• Feasibility Studies
Analysis and evaluation of a proposed project to determine the profitability, technically feasible and feasible within the estimated cost. If customer has already a business plan or study we are able to give an expert / second opinion. Feasibility studies will be done for risk mitigation, to achieve in depth knowledge on specific topics (additional to a business plan) and if large sums (costs and investments) are at stake. Feasibility Studies
• Market Research
A desk study (primary market research) for collecting (basic) target market data and other business information to studies the influences upon users behaviour (B2B customer and/or B2C consumer) and the analysis of market characteristics, trends and regulations. Market Research
• Market Analysis
An extensive desk study to determine the attractiveness and the dynamics of a special market within a specific industry and specific location, and this may comprise one or more specific market analysis studies such as; market analysis of SWOT, marketing strategy and modelling, marketing mix analysis and modelling, market volume and the market potential, industry cost structure, customer analysis, risk analysis, product research, test marketing, advertising and social media applications effectiveness etc. Market Analysis
• Competitive Analysis
Listings of an in-depth competitor analysis profile description may include the competitor’s background, sales (results), finances, products, markets, facilities, personnel, and strategies. Additional an assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of these current and potential competitors will be presented as a relevant framework supporting and being an input for its own, efficient and effective strategy formulation, implementation, monitoring and adjustment. Competitive Analysis
• New Market Entry
Planned method of serving a market (B2B or B2C) within a specific industry and specific location, delivering goods or services to a new target market and distributing those in the new market. Development factors will be; viability of entry market entry, potential competitors, possible customers, production and supply chain (distribution) costs, local (sales) presence and office, manufacturing & trade barriers, local knowledge, price localization, legal and financial commitments and export subsidies. New Market Entry
• Strategic Business Planning
Active in preparing, collecting and ordering market information and financial substantiations, writing the strategic plans, assisting in the allocation of the resources to prepare budgets and to supervise the execution of strategic business goals. We support, coordinate and/or supervice in strategic business planning processes, plans, implementation and progress. In our opinion strategic business planning is a systematic process of envisioning a intended business future and also clarify this vision into extensively defined objectives or goals as well as sequence actions to accomplish the objectives. We are an advocate “reverse business planning” where the local expertise of situation, possibilities and impossibilities are an important factor. Unlike long-term planning which starts with the present position and status and sets a course to fulfil projected future demands, strategic business planning begins with the desired-end and works backwards to the current status. Similarly, as opposed to tactical planning which concentrates at achieving narrowly specified interim objectives with a fixed methods, strategic business planning considers a broader vision and is more versatile in options and methods. Nevertheless, Asia Market Experts offers also long-term planning, strategic business and tactical planning business services.
• Strategic Scenarios & Prognoses
Dynamic scenarios are the outcomes of a systems thinking approach in scenario development to be used as a substantiation in decision-making within strategy and policy processes. The advantage of strategic scenarios & prognoses method is a changing mind-set, indicating the links and gives insights into possible consequences of difficulty to formulate factors such as future developments, values, regulations or inventions. Dynamic scenarios refine envisioning; potential future conditions or events in relation to the business consequences and effects and the best ways to respond or take advantage in those (realistic) strategic scenarios & prognoses.
• Financial Modelling & Valuation
Are financial abstract mathematical representation of some, or all, key financial and operational aspects of the firm or securities. Comprising of one or a number of sets of formulas, it is utilized in analysing a business responds to various economic scenarios or occasions, and in estimating the result of financial decisions prior to committing any kind of funds. Financial modelling usually consists of cash flow forecasts, devaluation schedules, debt and financial obligation overviews, inventory levels, price of inflations and so on. It could additionally evaluate the financial effect of the company’s plans as well as the constraints or commitments imposed by financiers and other loan providers; hypotheses about the behaviour of financial markets. Business valuation is a procedure of examining various economic financial aspects of a business utilizing predetermined formulas to estimate the present and/or future economic value of a company or business. Valuation is additionally utilized by financial market participants to identify the price they are willing to pay or obtain to effect a sale of a business or to establish an collaboration. In this, parties might rely on professional business valuators such as Asia Market Experts for an objective estimation of the business value.
• Emerging Market & Investments
Emerging market is a term that investors use to describe a developing country, in which investment would be expected to achieve higher returns but be accompanied by greater risk. Global index providers sometimes include in this category relatively wealthy countries whose economies are still considered underdeveloped from a regulatory point of view. Emerging markets are a true indicator of the socio-political and economic landscape of a country. The majority of the economic development in emerging markets will be achieved increasing use of skilled labour, abundant natural resources and clear and sound financial systems. Emerging markets have attractive future projections, creating opportunities for new investments, as well as lay the foundation for sustainable future growth. With the opening up and expansion of these economies it will show a clear growth in GDP levels and creating a new and larger middle class causing increasing needs. Prominent Asian emerging markets are China, South Korea, Taiwan, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines and Thailand. Understanding – especially of the previously cited countries – the national economic status, stock market trends and investment opportunities and sharing these information is a source of knowledge that can be very lucrative for potential investors.