Europe and Germany in particular is losing its attractiveness as an investment location. More than 30% of SMEs are considering relocating their production abroad. But where to and how? And which arguments are there in favor of investing in Thailand? And who possesses on-site experience and a team that can help even in difficult situations?
Thailand is traditionally known as a country that has largely stayed out of major world conflicts and now boasts an ultra-modern infrastructure. Southeast Asia is considered to be the fastest growing and politically safest economic region until 2035. An investment in Thailand is safe.
And with Sanet ASEAN ADVSORS, “Pilots” are on site to guide you through a project from planning to start of production.
A highly specialized German company in plastic materials has a global market share of 14%. But in Thailand, despite preferential prices and fair margins offered by the partner, the market share remains at only 3%. This is something the management does not want to accept any longer. They hired Sanet to investigate a possible fraud by the distributor.
Sanet assists SMEs in their investments in Thailand with practice-oriented advice on legal matters, investment promotion and project management.
Investing in a new market requires high professionalism of the management. The basis for decision-making must be a meaningful analysis of potential. This includes “quantitative” data, but even more so “qualitative” information about the entrepreneurial opportunities to exploit the identified potential.
The success of a business will stand or fall with its management. This is particularly valid for freshly founded subsidiaries, but also and especially for organizations in a critical situation. It is not uncommon for start-ups failing on this question. Or else they have to accept heavy initial losses until a subsequent improvement is made.