Clarity on Demand

Strategy DNA is full-service decision-support company helping startups, enterprises, and investors identify points of growth, predict disruptions, and adapt to market shifts.

We focus on the core challenges of next-generation business strategy – sustaining growth and innovation in the face of rapidly changing markets and societies.

Using cutting-edge strategic tools to analyze new opportunities, we help corporate decision makers zero in on the best areas and ways to expand their businesses, develop effective competitive positioning you agains, and help plan the steps required to roll out strategy in practice.

JUST-IN-TIME

We leverage nimble, small teams and proprietary data tools to deliver more impactful solutions and shorter time to decision.

RADICALLY TRANSPARENT

Iterative, personalized, collaborative project delivery. We are not a black box.

INDUSTRY- AGNOSTIC

To improve the quality of decision-making, we rely on cross-sector insight that will transform your organization. Because like you, we’re also disruptive.

HUMAN TO HUMAN

While we are AI-friendly, we also know that you and your company are the most important part of the story. You are always in the driver’s seat.

Experience Spanning 15+ Industries

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Strategy DNA’s founder, Valentina Fomenko participated in the 90-minute forum organized by the Green Building Initiative, Inc. (GBI) to share lessons learned from supporting ESG integration efforts within the buildings industry whether at a building, portfolio, organization, or policy-level. 

Being seen as a leader in climate action ensures better access to capital, favorable consumer attitudes and the benevolence of regulators.

By Valentina Fomenko November 1, 2021

Based on my experience working with companies large and small on a wide range of strategic issues, companies tend to make the following five key mistakes when tacking environmental, social and corporate governance.

By Valentina Fomenko November 26, 2021

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