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

Superdry to sell Asia Pacific IP assets to South Korea's Cowell

Superdry is continuing its drive to rationalise its business while also expanding its brand reach and on Wednesday announced a deal for the sale of its intellectual property (IP) assets in parts of Asia Pacific for an upfront fee of US$50 million, payable in cash. And it said it’s “considering additional steps to further strengthen its balance sheet”.

Meet four types of APAC consumers driving physical retail’s comeback

With the last of Asian markets opening up borders and lifting pandemic measures, the region is set to embrace a return to normalcy. And while economies in the US and Europe fend off a recession, analysts anticipate moderate to strong growth in Asia.

China accounts for close to 30% of global manufacturing output, an incredible share.

There is no other country that can offer the same scale and production capacity. However, between 2013 and 2022 manufacturing wages in China have doubled to almost USD 8.30 per hour and foreign companies (quietly) reduce their dependence on the Chinese market; be it for strategic, political or ideological reasons