Expandeers is an accredited provider for international business development, go-to-market strategies, sales and marketing offering global expansion support (strategy & execution) to SME around the world.
Wherever your company is situated and wherever you want to expand to - Expandeers is your reliable single resource for global business development solutions including sales setup, marketing and digital channel support.
Expandeers offers a large network of reliable and certified senior experts for direct access to foreign markets and that in a transparent, very easy and fast way and with a high degree of flexibility to meet your requirements and targets.
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) region comprises ten countries with a combined population of over 650 million and a rapidly growing economy. It is a diverse and dynamic region that boasts some of the fastest-growing economies in the world. ASEAN's collective GDP reached $3.1 trillion in 2020.
Indonesia, the largest economy in ASEAN, had a GDP of $1.07 trillion in 2020, making up over a third of the region's total GDP. The country is rich in natural resources, with a growing manufacturing sector and a large consumer market. The Philippines, with a population of over 111 million people, had a GDP of $362.8 billion in 2020. Its service sector is a major contributor to its economy, with industries such as business process outsourcing, tourism, and remittances from overseas workers driving growth.
Malaysia, hub to Southeast Asia, with a population of over 32 million people, had a GDP of $336.3 billion in 2020. The country is a major exporter of electronics and petroleum products, and has a growing services sector that includes finance and healthcare.
Vietnam, the third-largest economy in ASEAN, had a GDP of $341.2 billion in 2020. The country has undergone rapid industrialization in recent years, with a focus on exports and manufacturing. Vietnam has also been successful in attracting foreign investment, particularly in the electronics, footwear, and textiles industries.
Thailand, with a GDP of $505.9 billion in 2020, has a diverse economy that is driven by exports, tourism, and agriculture. The country is known for its automotive and electronics industries, and has a growing service sector that includes finance and healthcare.
Myanmar, a country with a population of over 54 million people, had a GDP of $81.3 billion in 2020. The country has vast natural resources, including oil, gas, and minerals, and is home to a growing manufacturing sector. However, political instability and human rights concerns have hampered its economic growth in recent years.
Cambodia, with a population of over 16 million people, had a GDP of $27.7 billion in 2020. The country is known for its garment and footwear industries, and has seen growth in its tourism and construction sectors in recent years.
Laos, with a population of over 7 million people, had a GDP of $18.1 billion in 2020. The country is rich in natural resources, including hydropower and minerals, and has a growing tourism industry.
Brunei, with a population of less than half a million people, had a GDP of $12.3 billion in 2020. The country is a major exporter of oil and gas, and has a small but growing manufacturing sector.
Singapore, with a population of just under 6 million people, had a GDP of $323.9 billion in 2020. The country is a major financial hub, and is known for its advanced manufacturing and technology industries.
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Our Global Expansion Alliance (GxA) is designed exclusively for midsize companies for an instant and reliable access to international knowledge, markets and trusted resources.
Small and medium-sized businesses with limited international reach may feel the pressure to increase their global presence in order to keep up with larger multinational corporations. Global partnerships such as our GxA can provide a solution by giving these businesses access to multiple markets and helping to improve their competitiveness through the use of our partner's resources.
INTERNATIONAL EXPANSION LUNCHON-TALK 6 Feb 2023, London
An interview of Simon Denton (Sovereign Group) with Gerrit Stroomann (Expandeers) on:
Evaluating the weakening national economy as an opportunity for international growth
On 6th February our MD Gerrit Stroomann held a speech on the state of British economy and options in international business to get around Brexit hangover and overcome an economically unfavorable situation of the UK.
The introductory speech and following interview between Simon Denton of Sovereign Group and Gerrit D. Stroomann, Managing Partner of Expandeers Global Group, discussed the weakening national economy of the United Kingdom as an opportunity for international growth. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) recently announced that the G7 countries will experience GDP growth this calendar year, with the exception of the United Kingdom (-0.6%) majorly due to the impacts of Brexit that are adding to the cost of COVID-19, and the invasion of Ukraine by Russia and associated issues. The interview focuses on the options for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and larger corporates in terms of market entry and expansion in the European Union, starting with Germany as an idea.
The recent complications due to Brexit have made it difficult for SMEs to expand their business across the EU and the UK. A recent survey by the British Chambers of Commerce found that half of 500 SMEs asked are struggling with current European exports, and the difficulty of obtaining visas for employees and supplies from mainland Europe. The Economic & Social Research Institute in Dublin reported a 16% decline in UK exports and a 20% decline in EU exports to the UK due to Brexit. The UK has also seen a 25% decline in investment from the EU.
The ways of doing internationalization for midsize companies, success cases, pitfalls, recommendations, and the advantages of working with a competent service provider.
Expanding your company internationally can be a complex process, but it can also be a very rewarding way to grow your business. Here are a few steps you can take to expand your company internationally.
Hydrogen has been touted as a clean and efficient fuel source for decades, and its use in powering engines has been the subject of much research and development. While hydrogen has many potential advantages as a fuel, it also has some significant disadvantages that must be considered. In this article, we will explore the pros and cons of using hydrogen as a fuel for engines.
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) play a crucial role in driving economic growth and innovation in any region. For businesses looking to expand their operations into the Middle East, there are many opportunities and challenges to consider.
One of the key advantages of expanding into the Middle East is the region's strong economic growth. Many countries in the region have experienced significant increases in GDP in recent years, and this trend is expected to continue in the future. This provides a solid foundation for businesses looking to enter the market.
Another key advantage is the region's strategic location. The Middle East is home to some of the world's busiest trade routes, making it an ideal location for businesses looking to tap into the global market. In addition, the region's proximity to major markets such as Europe, Asia, and Africa makes it an attractive location for businesses looking to expand their operations on a global scale.
However, expanding into the Middle East also presents a number of challenges. One of the key challenges is the diverse nature of the region, with each country having its own unique cultural, economic, and political landscape. This can make it difficult for businesses to navigate and understand the local market.
Another challenge is the lack of a unified legal framework across the region. This can make it difficult for businesses to understand and comply with the various legal requirements in different countries.
In order to overcome these challenges, businesses looking to expand into the Middle East should consider seeking the advice of local experts or consulting firms. These experts can provide valuable insights into the local market and help businesses navigate the legal and regulatory landscape.
In conclusion, expanding into the Middle East presents both opportunities and challenges for SMEs. However, with the right strategies and support, businesses can succeed in this dynamic and rapidly-growing region.
EXPANDEERS is a globally active b2b growth enabler, consisting of over 55 highly experienced and accredited business development, sales, and marketing experts. We are providing global expansion support to small/medium sized and start-up companies around the world. Our core mission is to make internationalization for any SME as convenient, efficient, and riskless as possible with a transparent and performance-based pricing. For supplying that service Expandeers offers practical foreign market insights, recognizes potentials, prepares a suitable entrance strategy, and offers all sales- and marketing related developmental services with one single point of contact.
Talk to us for more information and your options: email@example.com
Following our Save-the-date messages: We are now cordially inviting all our associate partners, strategic partners and local shareholders as well as all prospects to our annual global partner meeting 2023 in Dubai.
In collaboration with our local company EXPANDEERS MIDDLE EAST COMMERCIAL SERVICES we will hold our annual conference this coming January (19th - 21st)in Dubai. As usual it will be a blend of personal networking, seminars on foreign markets, exchanging on global business opportunities, generating ideas together, experiencing the Arab culture, and spending some good time together. The event will be limited to 30 attendants.
This year we will open up our audience a bit for interested potential new partners from all around the world. When you are interested in global expansions and have a background in Marketing, Sales, Business Development, please get in touch with us.
Lesertipp: Firmengründungen im Ausland. Überblick, Abwägung Vor- und Nachteile. Weitere Titel ebenfalls verfügbar zum Thema Gründung, Steuern und Internationalisierung.
The success of any franchise system depends significantly on the success of the individual franchise owners. That’s why franchisors carefully vet candidates to gauge interest, skill set and enthusiasm, among many other factors. The process of determining whether a prospective franchisee is a good fit is one that franchisors must take very seriously.
Franchisors typically have a multi-step “discovery” process in place so that they cover all their bases. These include webinars, in-person and virtual tours of the home office and franchise locations (if applicable), review of the franchise disclosure document (known as an FDD), interviews with other franchisees and the corporate team, plus Q&A sessions. Sounds like a lot of work, right? That’s because it is.
So, it makes sense that franchisors want to start the process with candidates who are serious about franchise ownership, already know how much they can afford and have an interest and understanding of the brand.
The top sources of franchise deals include franchise referral consultants (aka brokers) and organic referrals (family, friends, associates and customers). It makes sense: By coming from a referral source, the candidate likely already knows a lot about the brand, its pros and cons and what’s involved in owning the business.
Finding A Fit For Your Franchise
While some franchisors rely heavily on referrals from franchise consultants, others are more focused on using web portals or exhibiting at shows. Keep in mind there’s no right or wrong way to approach finding potential franchisees, so consider using a combination of recruiting methods to cover your bases. Once a suitable candidate is identified, both you and the prospective franchisee should get to know each other to see if the fit is good. Culture can play a big role. Some brands, for example, are faith-based. If the candidate isn’t religious, it might not be ideal for either party. As a franchisor, you want franchisees who buy into the concept, the culture and the business model — and are excited about it. If you see a half-hearted interest, the candidate is not likely to work out, no matter how qualified they are financially.
Like with any team, a franchise system will always have a few top performers, franchisees who consistently reach their goals and others who may struggle. Just as a good coach wants all of their players to succeed, so does the franchisor. The best way to do that is by starting with the right people. That’s why you will often hear that a franchisor “awards” territory rather than “sells” it. Steve Jobs had it right when he said, “Quality is more important than quantity. One home run is much better than two doubles.”
If you want to learn more about our consulting and pragmatic approach to grow your franchise, get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Or meet us directly at the Frankfurt Franchise Expo on November 10-11th / 2022
Expandeers ist das multinationale und weltweit tätige professionelle Netzwerk für Business Development, Aufbau von Vertriebsorganisationen und Expansion mit Marketing- und Online-Begleitung. Wir verbinden Mittelständler und Start-Ups aus der ganzen Welt mit verlässlichen Senior Business Development Managern in der ganzen Welt. Wir bieten Mittelstand und Start Ups eine verlässliche, sofortige und schlüsselfertige Expansion in jede Region der Erde. Unser Service Portfolio erstreckt sich hierbei auf alle Segmente: Von Strategie, Markteintrittsplanung, Setup eines lokalen Vertriebes, begleitendes Marketing und Online-Maßnahmen bis hin zur Firmengründung und Stellenbesetzung einzelner Posten. Alle Segmente, die ein Business auf Expansionskurs benötigt. Schnell, fair, transparent und nachhaltig.
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Expandeers supports SME and Startups in expanding internationally. If you own a strong brand, a valid option would be to expand by giving our franchise licenses to trustworthy people abroad. We search for, identify and introduce those trustworthy parties to you.
We provide detailed insights into the foreign market, develop a suitable entry strategy, and offer all business, sales and marketing-related development services from one single source. Focus target segment are midsized 5-I customers, which offer an innovative service or product, are aware of the challenges of internationalization and do know, that exploring new markets always means an investment into the future. They have some internal resources but more over have the strong intent do grow internationally.
Our industry expertise ranges from mechanical engineering, electronics, pharmaceuticals, FMCG, restaurants and franchise concepts, through software, apps and cloud solutions to online marketing, e-commerce, ad tech and products and services connected to artificial intelligence. Our focus areas though are
Talk to us to learn more about our approach: Info@expandeers.com or by phone: +49 (0)40 - 80 60 36 70.
We are very please to announce that Ahmed Wasim has joint EXPANDEERS MIDDLE EAST.
Ahmed Wasim is a financial advisor and has a over 20 years of experience in the financial business.
He worked directly with the heads of Corporate Banking in ADIB as well as Dubai Bank, managing a total assets portfolio in excess of AED 4.5 billion and liabilities in excess of AED 1 billion. As a Senior Banker he has an extensive understanding and experience in Corporate Sector Business Development, Relationship Management, Portfolio Management, Credit Risk Management, Credit Facilities Restructuring, Remedial Management, Islamic Finance Product Development, Business Reorganization Strategies, Liability Management.
For information and opportunities around financial business in the Middle East please contact Ahmed at firstname.lastname@example.org