Maurice Roussety has worked side by side with small and large enterprises for over twenty years. His extensive education and business experience continues to differentiate him from other consultants and positions him as a key management resource for these organisations. He seamlessly blends his rich financial and marketing knowledge in franchising, structuring, low-cost growth strategies and financial modelling to bring creative solutions to complex problems. Leading brands such as Dominos Pizza, Australia Post, Bing Lee, James Hardie, Coles Myer Liquorland, Queensland Transport, Optus World, IAG, Quest Hospitality, Red Rooster, Westpac, Midas have benefited from his advice.
Maurice Roussety is a consummate professional who works as a Management Consultant and lectures in Small Business, Marketing and Franchising at Griffith University in Queensland, Australia.
Maurice Roussety is a proven analyst, strategist, change agent and franchising expert, committed to adding sustained value to small and large organisations. He has a passion for organisational best practice. Utilising lateral and conceptual frameworks, his distinctive flair for structuring complex business and financial models is highly regarded. His recent substantive post-graduate studies have resulted in the development of cutting-edge models and business frameworks that are current and highly relevant to financing, distribution, expansion, and franchising transactions.
Maurice Roussety is adaptable, has an enormous capacity for hard work and is receptive to new ideas in keeping with the altering demands of contemporary business. Mentoring others, leading large teams, and creating cohesive and productive relationships are strengths that he has developed in business and academia. His diplomacy, tact, and assertiveness skills are also highly developed. Above all, he continues to demonstrate a capacity for maintaining focus and resolve under stressful conditions.
Advanced Excel/VBA modelling for complex financial and forecasting transactions, project financing & restructuring, mergers & acquisitions feasibilities, product costings, marketing diagnostics, and administration. Overall, he has written more than three hundred Excel models which extensively and seamlessly integrated built-in functions such as sort & filter, data tools, defined names, lookup & pivot tables, mathematical, statistical & financial functions; and macros. He has developed techniques and processes that utilise built-in functions to deliver many routine tasks rather than the use of complex macro and VBA codes.