Sanet PULSE February 2019:- Thailand becomes even more appealing for European Companies - Secure now Free ASEAN Consultation in March - Thailand's plastics industry draws in European machine builders
Sanet PULSE January 2019:- Thailand becomes "Simple and Smart" for Investors - Sanet celebrates successful year 2018
Sanet PULSE December 2018:– German company ASIS impresses Japanese automotive industry in Thailand – BOI promotion approved for Sanet client
The Thai medical device market provides with a total market volume of 1.6 billion Euro and an annual growth rate of 10% in particular SMEs great and long-term sales potentials. Sanet helps medical device companies to get “in on the action” in Thailand.
The Thai medical device market provides with a total market volume of 1.6 billion Euro and an annual growth rate of 10% especially European SMEs great and long-term sales potential. Sanet helps to get into the action in the Thai market.
During this year’s Metalex Trade Fair taking place from 21 until 24 November in Bangkok, the European Commission will arrange B2B matchmaking meetings between Thai and European companies in order to facilitate business opportunities and partnerships. Sanet assists in finding qualified Thai companies that are interested in meeting European innovation leaders.
Sanet PULSE: Latest News from the Sanet Group of Companies:- Sanet provides ASEAN consultancy to various European companies - Case Study: Sales partners abroad can be shiftily - How European companies find the perfect employees in Thailand
With their legal firm Sanet Legal Dr. Denk and Partner, the management consulting firm ASEAN ADVISORS, the German-led trade and service company Sanet Trade & Services and their recruiting service, CREATING CAREERS, the Sanet Group is a one-stop shop for internationally oriented companies.
A German company highly specialized in synthetic materials has an average global market share of 14%. But in Thailand the market share hovers despite fair prices and fair margins for the local partner around 3%. The company’s management decided to assign Sanet to have a look at the partner.
Over the past few days I have been notifying people via newsletters and various social networks of my decision to hand over my Sanet businesses to a highly capable successor. The response has been more than just a bit irksome – I only see one way to interpret the hundreds of ‘likes’ my posts have received – that everyone had been waiting for the day that I would throw in the towel.