Creating new business in Asiafor consumer brands

AsiaCorp Services

We are working in three main business areas:

Matchmaking with License-, Distribution-,
& Franchise Partners

We search the Asian market for the right partner on behalf of our clients. We assist in negotiations of commercial contracts, and navigate the many local conditions.

Selling IP-Rights

We assist global brands in selling their
IP-rights for selected Asian markets. Our acces to significant brand operators and investors specifically across Asia, puts us in a unique position that allows us to explore these possibilities, for brands considering this.

Company Buy-Out

We have gained access to a diverse field of big investors interested in consumer/lifestyle brands, through decades of working with and in the Asia Pacific region.

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Industry News


The APAC Luxury Goods Market size is expected to grow from USD 136.29 billion in 2023 to USD 166.30 billion by 2028, at a CAGR of 4.06% during the forecast period (2023-2028). The Asia-Pacific region is the world's largest consumer of luxury products and has grown to be a significant market for international luxury brands. In the Asia-Pacific region, China and Japan rank among the top consumers of luxury goods and have the highest average per capita incomes.

Global personal luxury goods market projected to grow by 5-12% in 2023

The global personal luxury goods market is projected to grow by 5-12 per cent—or between €360 and €380 billion—this year, up from €345 billion in 2022. The market is likely to reach €530-570 billion by 2030—more than double its size in 2020. Southeast Asia continued its brilliant growth path, while Japan is the shining star in the Asian landscape.

The millennials in India are looking towards sustainable and green brands

Indian retail market is estimated to reach $2 Tn by 2032, driven by socio-demographic and economic factors such as urbanization, income growth and rise in nuclear families. On the other hand, the Indian e-commerce industry is expected to cross $350 Bn mark by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 23%. The Indian e-commerce market was estimated to be worth over $55 Bn in Gross Merchandise Value in 2021. By 2030, it is expected to have an annual gross merchandise value of $350 Bn.