I'm in the application process for a very small niche consulting group within the industrials (metals) space, and moved through two phone interview rounds with the general manager and head of the consulting division. For the final round, they have asked me to prepare a presentation to give to about 3-4 senior people, followed by Q&A. The details are as follows:
Prepare a presentation on a subject of your choice which establishes a situation that represents a problem to a client and describes an approach to identifying / quantifying a solution and giving a solution.
I already have a topic in mind but am not sure how to give this presentation in a consulting approach since I have working in market research the past few years and don't have consulting experience. My topic will be related to "market entry" so would it be fair to structure my presentation in a manner consistent with how a typical market entry case would unfold (i.e. questions about the company, market sizing and competitive landscape, which entry strategy to use, etc.)?