Willkommen bei Expandeers, dem globalen 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 StartUps eine verlässliche, sofortige und schlüsselfertige Expansion in jede Region der Erde. Schnell, fair, transparent und nachhaltig.
Nicht zuletzt durch das Internet, werden die Märkte immer transparenter. Hierdurch entsteht zweifelsohne mehr Wettbewerb, dem u.a. dadurch begegnet werden kann, indem ein Unternehmen eine aktive Weiterentwicklung der eigenen Absatzmärkte mittels Business Development Aktivitäten vornimmt. Dieses Expansionsbestreben können gerade Firmen im mittelständischen Bereich sowie junge Start-Ups meist nicht mit ausreichendem Know-How oder passenden Ressourcen entsprechen, da dieses Feld meist nicht das Kerngeschäft der eigenen Unternehmung ist. Expandeers verfügt über das große weltweite Netzwerk an verlässlichen und zertifizierten Business Development Partnern für einen direkten Zugang zu allen gewünschten Zielmärkten in der Welt. Diesen Service bieten wir Ihnen als vollkommen transparente, schnelle und ressourcenschonende Lösung mit einem sehr geringen und absolut kalkulierbarem Risiko bei höchstmöglicher Flexibilität für Ihr Unternehmen.
The time right for you!
CETA (Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement) is a new trade agreement between the EU and Canada. It makes it easier to export goods and services, benefitting people and businesses in both the EU and Canada. On 21 September 2017 CETA entered into force provisionally. As such most of the agreement now applies.
Expandeers is a personal global network of senior business development professionals for midsize companies willing to expand to foreign countries. Our local partner in Canada, George, states the importance of CETA and the implications for any business in EU and/or Canada.
- The value of trade in goods between the EU and Canada equaled €64.3 billion in 2016.
- The EU is Canada's second-biggest trading partner after the United States, accounting for 9.6 % of its trade in 2016.
- Canada accounted for almost 2 % of the EU's total external trade in 2016.
- The top three categories of products which the EU and Canada exported to each other in 2016 were:
- Trade in services between the two amounted to €30.1 billion in 2015.
- The EU exported €5.1 billion more to Canada than it imported.
- Examples of services exported between Canada and the EU are transport, travel, insurance and communication.
-79% of EU companies exporting to Canada are Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs).
CETA benefits them directly by reducing export costs and simplifying procedures.
CETA offers new opportunities for EU businesses of all sizes to export to Canada. It will save EU businesses €590 million a year – the amount they pay in tariffs on goods exported to Canada. As of 21 September CETA removes duties on 98% of products (tariff lines) that the EU trades with Canada. It also gives EU companies the best access ever offered to companies from outside Canada to bid on the country's public procurement contracts - not just at the federal level but at provincial and municipal levels, too.
The agreement will especially benefit smaller companies who can least afford the cost of the red tape involved in exporting to Canada. Small businesses will save time and money, for example, by avoiding duplicative product testing requirements, lengthy customs procedures and costly legal fees. Member States' authorities dealing with export promotion stand ready to help businesses to start exporting overseas, boost existing trade, and attract investment.
CETA is possibly the farthest-reaching FTA between the EU and a foreign country.
If you are thinking about expanding your business into Canada or from Canada into the EU, Expandeers will provide any service related to your expansion - from research to revenue. Please feel free to contact us at mailto: email@example.com.
Business Development - Malaysia 2.0: In November we had our last Malaysian conference and speeches on Expansion into Europe in Kuala Lumpur. Since then Expandeers has successfully taken over expansions of many mid sized companies to and from Malaysia.
Due to that great echo we received, this March we did it again and went further North towards the border with Thailand. In conjunction with KTPC (Kulim Hi-Tech Park) and MATRADE (Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation) the event in Penang and Kulim hosted almost 200 representatives of mid sized Malaysian companies. They all were eager to learn about the potentials and hear about exciting opportunities to enter European markets as well as to get to know options on how to enter and also associated pitfalls. In a following panel discussion two experienced managers from ViTrox Technologies Berhad and Amiran Tech Berhad were interviewed by Dr. Annuar Mohamad Safar from Kulim Technology Park about their experiences and goals as well as their decision on why they work together with Expandeers in this respect. A networking lunch was rounding up that event. This whole event brought again the two continents Asia and Europe a bit closer and surely lead to further exciting opportunities on all sites.
Following that event, further seminars and workshops of Expandeers took place in Penang, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.
We are inviting any SMB and also interested Partners to join us on March 15: Matrade and MIDA together with Kuhlim High Tech Park (KHTP) and Expandeers Global Network proudly present another seminar on expansion into Europe. This time it takes place in the high tech region of Penang at the West Coast of Malaysia.
In September 2010 the EU Member States approved the launch of negotiations for a Free Trade Agreement with Malaysia. One month later, negotiations were launched in Brussels. After seven rounds, negotiations were put on hold in April 2012 at Malaysia's request. A stocktaking exercise is being finalized to assess the prospect to resume negotiations. In 2016, Malaysia remained the EU's 22nd largest trading partner in goods. Bilateral trade between the EU and Malaysia is dominated by industrial products. The EU mainly imports machinery and appliances and mainly exports electrical equipment and machinery (both ways industrial products account for more than 90% of trade). Other sectors of relevance in terms of EU imports from Malaysia are plastics and rubber and animal and vegetable fats and oils and in terms of exports, mechanical products. That balance however may change, as Malaysia is a High Tech spot in many segments including software, robotics and cloud based solutions.
Join us in Penang to hear more about the relationship of EU and Malaysian trade.
For almost 40 years, Werner has been living in Thailand, Laos, Saudi Arabia and many other regions of the world. Offering a very exciting and diverse professional history and career path, Werner nowadays works in business fields such as: Export of Beans & Pulses from Thailand, Revitalization of 25 Villas in Bangkok (350-390m2 ea.), Regional Business development in ASEAN and a Luxury Train Joint Venture with SRT.
Please get in touch with us, if Thailand, Laos and further ASEAN countries are of interest for you!
2018 is the year of the dog -in fact the earth dog- in China. We at Expandeers wish you a prosperous year ahead.
The dog is generally considered to be loyal, reliable and hardworking - these qualities will be supported by the element of Earth in 2018.
In the year of the dog, loyalty, discipline and reliability are the main focus. Both privately and professionally, stable partnerships can now be established and networks can be further expanded. And now the time has come to pay off all the effort and effort of the last few years and reap the rewards of your hard work. So the year of the dog obviously is the year companies around the world should tie up with EXPANDEERS to experience what loyalty, discipline and reliability is all about in expanding globally.