Acquisition Project Management for a major Motor Retailer

Project management of a complex £8m acquisition project to ensure successful mobilisation and transition

How we helped...

Marshall Motor Group has experienced rapid growth in recent years due to its continued success. Its federated model and fast growth has been effective in achieving year-on-year business growth and the project we led was a major milestone in their growth strategy.

Marshall Motor Group were in a process of completing a large acquisition worth circa £800m in 2021 with Constellation Automotive Group, the largest vertically integrated digital car marketplace in Europe, owner of We Buy Any Car and Cinch. This was a significant milestone for the company and required a dedicated project management resource to ensure successful mobilisation and transition due to its complexity and size.

We led all project management activities including project planning and preparation, coordination of workstreams, prioritisation of key milestones and urgent tasks immediately prior to Go live, risk and issue management, governance management, reporting and stakeholder management.

The Commercial Development Director said “I wanted to say a huge thank you for helping us with this project. Getting this across the line in the time frame was a huge task and in the face of mixed engagement you persevered.”

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