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Why Choose Us

Why Choose Us

We see ourselves as partners in growth and success of our clients, and not just the corporate advisors, as we commit to execute what we advise.

Our reputation is built on the excellent service we provide to our clients – we are reliable, practical, commercial and thorough – this is why most of our clients have been long standing.

Our value proposition:

 Proven results for a number of clients supported by their testimonials

 Service delivery by consultants, previously worked under big four brands

 Low cost and lean model to allow competitive fees to clients

 One-stop shop eliminating need to engage multiple experts and consultants

 Solution-oriented attitude and fact-based approach to problem solving

 Structure and simplify complex problems to enable effective decision making

What’s in the name: Cerule

Cerule means the colour blue in Latin. For us, blue symbolises the vast space, the unexplored territory and the unknown horizon – like a boundary-less blue sky or a limitless blue ocean. It also symbolises our unsigned over-arching strategy in each of our assignment – Blue Ocean Strategy.

Blue oceans denote something that is not in existence today—the market space like India where clients are not operating. In blue oceans and markets like India, there is ample opportunity for growth that is both profitable and rapid. The competition is irrelevant because the rules of the game are waiting to be set and deeper potential of market space that is not yet explored.

The corner-stone of Blue Ocean Strategy is ‘value innovation’. Businesses in developed markets are constantly achieving value innovation (in product, service, or delivery) that creates value.  

Cerule’s view is that in an emerging market like India, the focus of local businesses is less on innovation but more on adoption of technologies already existing in the world for a consumer market with a massive purchasing power. Hence, a gap in innovation can be filled in by the developed market businesses, creating plenty of opportunities.

Case Studies

  • How Di Bella Coffee found their way around in the mayhem called India?
    Opening up of FDI in Retail Sector was one of the factors that made Di Bella Coffee to invest in India.

  • First Impression Resources upskills for the India test
    “India needs 500 million skilled people and 250 million graduates by 2022” – when this was announced


– Dr Michael Sinnott, Managing Director

“Mr Aggarwal and his company, Cerule Consulting have been one of the most professional and successful consulting groups we have worked with.




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