Management Consulting

Strategic alliances

Li­mited re­sour­ces mean that ow­ners and ma­nage­ments are in­cre­asin­gly ta­king ad­van­tage of op­ti­ons to coope­rate with com­pe­ti­tors or with suc­cess­ful com­pa­nies in re­la­ted fields.

The aims and em­pha­ses of these pro­jects are pri­ma­rily to im­prove terms in purchasing al­li­an­ces, coope­ra­tive de­ve­lop­ment pro­jects to op­ti­mize in­no­va­tion, mu­tual op­ti­miza­tion of pro­duc­tion and lo­gistics th­rough spe­cia­liza­tion, bet­ter hand­ling of exis­ting mar­kets and dis­tri­bu­tion chan­nels, and tap­ping sa­les in new mar­kets th­rough joint dis­tri­bu­tion com­pa­nies.

To suc­ceed, it’s cri­ti­cal to ex­amine pro­jects like these care­fully, struc­ture them cle­anly, im­ple­ment them fault­lessly, and keep de­ve­lo­ping them ap­pro­pria­tely for their pur­pose. We as­sist com­pa­nies with buil­ding stra­te­gic al­li­an­ces in every phase of the pro­cess.In the struc­tu­ring pro­cess pro­per, we of­fer our prac­tical ex­pe­ri­ence with many dif­fe­rent coope­ra­tion con­tracts up to and in­clu­ding joint ven­tures.Our cli­ents be­ne­fit from the smooth in­ter­ac­tion among the in­ter­di­sci­pli­nary ca­pa­bi­li­ties of our cor­po­rate con­sul­tants, at­tor­neys, ac­coun­tants, au­di­tors and tax ad­vi­sors.And as part of in­te­gra­tion ma­nage­ment, we make sure that your stra­te­gic al­li­ance also achie­ves its eco­no­mic goals.

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