Business strategy planning between East and West
An ideal option for businesses who can’t access in-person training or do not have time, we can arrange webinars to:
- prepare your company for market entry
- evaluate your current business model
- assist you while you’re in a foreign country.
We offer pre-departure briefings and individualised training for your staff, depending on your goals and specific projects in a region. Regardless of your staff’s experience in Asia, we can prepare them for cultures, regulations and political environments.
Customised consulting with business specialists experienced in your industry. Evaluate current procedures. Create a plan for your entry and expansion into countries including China, Japan, Korea and more.
Helen Brown offers her expertise in hosting and participating on panels for Asian-Australian business events. She has hosted the Advance Awards and facilitated panels for Asialink Business, the Australian Indonesia Centre (AIC), and Global Table.
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Expanding into Asia requires strong management.
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