Have you ever thought about the differences between exporting a product and internationalizing a business? We believe that selling your product or service abroad is just the first level of the complex international trading supply chain, whilst internationalization grants you access to certain market positions that are either invisible or unaccessible if you are not fully internationalized.
We help SMEs to become SMMs (Small & Medium Multinationals).
"OUR GOAL IS TO HELP AMERICA'S SMEs TO BECOME SMMs:
SMALL AND MEDIUM MULTINATIONALS"
The Asian market is a great opportunity for USA companies to expand their businesses and reach a huge and growing middle class in the region. With the population of Asia increasing rapidly and the rise of middle-class consumers, there is a great potential for USA companies to enter the market and establish their presence. Companies that are willing to explore the Asian market have a great opportunity to tap into a large customer base that is willing to spend on high-quality products and services.
One of the key advantages of exploring the Asian market is that it offers companies access to a vast and diverse consumer base. The region boasts of a growing middle class with a higher disposable income and a greater inclination towards western products and services. USA companies can capitalize on this trend by offering high-quality products that cater to the needs and preferences of the Asian market. The cultural diversity of the region presents a unique opportunity for USA companies to adapt their products and services to local preferences, thus enhancing their appeal and competitiveness.
Another key advantage of exploring the Asian market is the potential for growth and profitability. The region offers USA companies an opportunity to expand their customer base and increase their revenues.
With a large and growing middle class, the demand for high-quality products and services is expected to increase in the coming years, providing USA companies with a lucrative opportunity to expand their businesses and grow their profits. Additionally, the low cost of labor and production in many Asian countries can help USA companies improve their profit margins.
Finally, exploring the Asian market can help USA companies diversify their business and reduce their dependence on domestic markets. This can help companies mitigate the risks of economic downturns and market fluctuations. By diversifying their businesses and expanding their operations to the Asian market, USA companies can build a more resilient business model that can withstand economic shocks and fluctuations.
In conclusion, the Asian market presents a great opportunity for USA companies to expand their businesses, increase their revenues, and diversify their operations. By exploring this region, companies can tap into a vast and growing middle class, adapt their products and services to local preferences, and establish a foothold in one of the world's fastest-growing markets.
What is Internationalization?
LEARN THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN EXPORTING A PRODUCT AND INTERNATIONALIZING A COMPANY
Internationalizing a business is much more than just exporting products or services.
When you export, your role in the production chain, from manufacturing to the end consumer, is significantly reduced and ends when your product is shipped from USA.
However, there are still many deeper levels within this complex market structure after shipment, and access to these levels is only possible through the internationalization of your company.
This means that instead of simply selling your product to an importer, you can negotiate with local entrepreneurs and investors such as wholesalers, distributors, and retailers who otherwise would never have any contact with your product because they do not have direct contact outside of China.
It is precisely at these levels of the production chain where the greatest profitability resides. And the only way to have contact with these levels is through the internationalization of your company because it will place you within the market context of the target country without any pre-existing disadvantage such as language, culture, or geographic location.
WE ARE CREATING INCUBATORS FOR BUSINESS INTERNATIONALIZATION IN SEVERAL COUNTRIES, TO HELP SMEs TO ENTER FOREIGN MARKETS
Our first Incubator For Business Internationalization (IBI) is in China, and will help western companies interested in enter the Chinese Market. Soon we will be launching other IBIs in USA (Florida), UK (London) and Brazil.