Delcin Consulting Group offers services for management and legal consulting. We leverage unparalleled experience in three specific areas: Legal, Business and Life Sciences.
Our management consulting services include consulting on all aspects of business formation, growth, and strategic development of companies. We provide the appropriate infrastructure and support system to bolster our clients’ competitive edge.
Through our legal consulting services, we provide ongoing support for start-ups, small business owners. With a mission to protect Intellectual Property, we encourage ingenuity in arts supporting mainstream affluence of consumerism. We have customized services to help individuals and small businesses protect and retain the exclusive rights to works pertaining to inventions, literary and artistic works, symbols, names, images, and designs used in commerce.
MO: What inspired you to launch your business?
Catherine: I believe that some of us are called to certain aspirations because of innate talents and a set experiences that usher us in a particular direction. The decision to launch Delcin Consulting Group is a culmination of both. The starting point to taking that leap of faith was to identify whose needs I can meet, whose problems I can solve. The next inquiry required me to identify the point of difference that a business of my choosing would impart. Spending some time to understand the relative needs and custom designing solutions to meet those needs gave me the motivation that I needed to launch the firm. Every satisfied client reaffirms my decision and renews my desire to continually provide value solutions to the individual clients and the targeted industries that Delcin Consulting Group serve.
MO: What issue does your core product help solve and how so?
Catherine: Our firm takes an unprecedented approach to consulting: Hybrid Consulting. We coined the term hybrid consulting because we offer both legal and management consulting services. Generally, companies have to retain a law firm for legal services and a management consulting firm for management related services. Our approach is to provide both promoting efficiency of resources and holistic project management out look.
MO: What has been your biggest challenge as a business owner and how have you met that challenge?
Catherine: Our biggest challenge is operating outside the traditional confounds of existing providers of legal and management services. Our approach begs the question of whether we are a law firm or a management consulting firm. By categorization, we don’t fit either. However, we leverage legal and management credentials to offer same services as a law firm and management consulting firm. Combining both is our competitive advantage. With that in mind, we take every opportunity to share insights about the Delcin difference.
MO: Have you had any mentors or role models that have influenced you? Describe the impact.
Catherine: My Role model is Abraham Lincoln. I became enamored with Lincoln after a myriad of rejections from law schools. My second year applying to law school, I received an acceptance letter from a school with an 8 x 10 document featuring a prominent picture of Lincoln and a chronological narration of all his failures in business, politics and personal life. I remember reading it thinking: “Wow, after all these failures, this man dared to believe that he could hold the highest office: President.” Then, I knew, I couldn’t give up on my plan to attend the school of my choice. My mind shifted from just wanting to be part of the legal profession to thinking that I will use my point of difference to carve my own path for a legal career.
MO: Do you consider yourself successful and by what means do you measure success?
Catherine: My view of success, is informed by my humble beginnings. I was born and raised in the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, Haiti. I felt successful when the American Airlines airplane landed and the stewardess said: “Ladies and gentleman, welcome to Miami.” In my mind, I heard her say: “Welcome to success.” This is not say that success was handed to me as I got off the plane. But I knew, that the opportunity for success was within reach. Opportunities in entrepreneurship are of the utmost value to me as highlighted in my forthcoming book: Entrepreneur Initiative.
I have experienced success in this country. To say contrary, would be seeming ungrateful. I have not reached my final measure of success as I am still defining and refining what that picture looks like. Therefore, I will continually strive for more, not only for self, for my family and my fellow countrymen in Haiti.
MO: What do you wish someone told you?
Catherine: I think as a society, we are preconditioned to operate within the boundaries of existing structures. My advice to other entrepreneurs is to unlock the keys of the entrepreneur within. They will do that by identifying their innate talents/skill sets and build a business around it. I encourage them to take a leap of faith believing in their talents to generate and customize solutions that a business of their choosing can offer.
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