In Formula 1, one speaks of the best “Overall Package” in a race car as a decisive prerequisite of championship-winning performance. In other words, it’s not simply a question of the driver, the best chassis, most powerful motor or the most suitable strategy in a race. Rather, everything has to “fit” in order to bring a team right to the front. It is similar in the economy.
Dos and Don’ts to Ensure a Successful Partner Search:
The selection offered by a sales partner and the success of the market launch
The Thai medical device market provides with a total market volume of 1.6 billion Euro and an annual growth rate of 10% in particular SMEs great and long-term sales potentials. Sanet helps medical device companies to get “in on the action” in Thailand.
Mr. Michael Weikert, Managing Director of the German automotive supplier SGF, speaks in the interview with Sanet about the motivation, objectives and experiences in regards to the company’s direct investment in Thailand.
Thailand 4.0 is the Thai government’s ambitious plan for economic and digital growth. Among other industries, the plan supports growth in the digital sector. The offered incentives are especially attractive for SMEs and Start-Ups.
International companies staff entire planning committees for setting up production sites. In this context it is important to be open to effective alternatives, a principle demonstrated in a case study using the example of Thailand.
That the Asian economic area is likely the most lasting growth market for the next decades is well known among export-oriented companies. It is...
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