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 / IP Joint Ventures

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

Growth in Asia Pacific emerging markets to remain strong in 2024: Fitch

he economic growth in Asia Pacific will remain strong in 2024 and GDP is expected to grow by about 5 per cent in India and a host of emerging market countries, Fitch Ratings said on Wednesday. In its report titled 'APAC Cross-Sector Outlook 2024', Fitch said the outlooks for the banking sectors in India and Indonesia, as well as APAC emerging markets as a whole, move to improving in 2024, partly reflecting the robust economic backdrop.

The New Silk Road: Bridging Western Brands With the New Asian Luxury Market

The global luxury market is experiencing a shift with the rise of affluent Millennials and Gen Z consumers from Asia, notably from regions like China, South Korea, and Japan. As these young consumers redefine luxury, they are creating a modern-day Silk Road, where high-end fashion, fine dining, and luxury experiences form the trade of desire. Unlike the passive consumers of yesteryears, they actively engage with Western luxury brands, primarily through digital platforms, influencing both market trends and brand strategies.

India a bright spot in Asia-Pacific, UN report says

Average economic growth in the developing Asia-Pacific region picked up from 3.5% in 2022 to 4.8% in 2023. India has become the world’s fastest-growing major economy in 2023 and a bright spot in the Asia-Pacific amid robust household consumption and public investment in infrastructure, a UN report said. “India registered an economic growth rate of 6.8% in FY2023 supported by government spending on infrastructure and strong growth in manufacturing, mining and construction, which offset lower agricultural output,”