At the end of a case question it is important to provide a summary of the problem and a set of actionable recommendations that answer the question.
Recommendations should be justified with the key findings that you had been noting down as you progressed through the case.
For example, you might say something like “the company is trying to decide whether to enter the Canadian market. Our recommendation is that the company should enter this new market because they will capture significant market share, face limited competition, and break even within 3 years.”
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