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BUSINESS CONSULTING

ESTABLISH YOUR PRESENCE IN THAILAND

STARTING A NEW BUSINESS

Starting a new business in Thailand can be confusing.

We have many years of experience with new ventures, from getting them setup to getting them running, and we can help you make the right choice for your specific situation.

There are various types of business in Thailand which can be owned by an individual or jointly invested with other people as a group:

  • Sole Proprietorship
  • Partnership
  • Limited Company
  • Application for Foreign Business Certificate
  • Foreign Business License (FBL)
  • Application for Investment Promotion Certificate

Premises and Land Acquisition

We understand, that right location of your business may be a vital element of your success.

We will help identify available spaces for you to choose.

We can also help in Land acquisition with all legal and formal aspects of it.

RESTRUCTURING AND TURN AROUND

BUSINESS ENVIRONEMENT ANALYSIS

Doing business can be confusing in all places in the World.

We have many years of experience with different businesses in Thailand and Worldwide and we can help you make the right choice for your specific situation.

In case a company needs a change we can assist you doing in-depth analysis of the situation in hand. Our experts will be fully dedicated to the problems without any day-to-day issues.

  • Market analysis
  • Competitors review
  • SWOT analysis
  • Internal processes review
  • Employees review

GROW YOUR BUSINESS BY JOINING WITH AN EXISTING PLAYER

Growing a Business by Merger or Acquisition

Opportunities to grow by merger or acquisition may exist where the target business:

  • Is undervalued
  • Does not use its assets to maximum effect
  • Would benefit from relocation
  • Has poor management
  • Has managers who want to leave or retire
  • Has complementary products or services which, when combined with yours, will enhance the offering to customers

Identify Target Company

The most effective way to find a target is usually through using a professional advisor in your sector. They should be experienced in handling transactions similar to the size of both yours and the target business. Although you should typically ask for a shortlist of ten potential businesses, you would normally pay the bulk of the advisor’s fee when you have successfully completed business with the final target.

Due Diligence Process

  • Due diligence is an investigation of a potential investment (such as a stock) or product to confirm all facts and to ensure the purchase will meet the buyer’s needs.
  • You should consider a variety of factors when performing due diligence on a stock, including company capitalization, revenue, valuations, competitors, management, and risks.
  • By taking the time to perform due diligence on a stock before making a purchase, you’ll be better equipped to make a decision that aligns with your overall investment strategy.

Valuation and Closure

Once you’ve completed all steps, you should be able to evaluate the company’s future profit potential and how the business might fit into your investment strategy.

Inevitably, you’ll have specifics that you will want to research further. However, following these guidelines should save you from missing something that could be vital to your decision.

YOU MAY CLOSE THE DEAL.

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