International Market Entry Strategies

By: Jade Distribution  09-12-2011
Keywords: international trade, Market Entry Strategies, International Market Entry

International Market Entry Strategies

Being successful in international trade is more than just good marketing. Company’s products must be delivered to any prospective customers hands in the most efficient, safe, and cost effective method available. Jade Distribution can help companies formulate and evaluate market entry strategies and suggest ways of selecting strategies that will be most beneficial to a company’s proposed expansion into international trade.

Examples of services in this area include:
  • Basic Corporate needs assessments
  • Identifying and evaluating market entry and distribution options
  • Locating and evaluating appropriate partners, agents, or distributors
  • Identifying factors in setting up and managing international trade relations

Keywords: International Market Entry, international trade, Jade Distribution, Market Entry Strategies,

Contact Jade Distribution

Email - none provided

Print this page

Other products and services from Jade Distribution


International Factory Audits

Before a company buys a product from any factory overseas it should consider first traveling to the facility to inspect the factory’s ability to deliver good quality product on time. We have all heard about North American companies buying from sub standard manufacturers that put profit above the wellbeing of the environment, employees, and consumers.


Manufacturing Outsourcing

Even with the cost of shipping many components can be manufactured overseas for less, and add to your company’s bottom line. Jade Distribution can also arrange factory audits with the potential manufacturers your company is interested in. In markets where labour costs are extremely high it makes sense to outsource certain processes or procedures.


International Procurment

Some examples of products Jade Distribution has procured for companies include: drilling rigs, mud pumps, mud pump consumables, drill pipe, and various used equipment for the oilfield drilling industry. Improper procurement from substandard manufacturers or sources 2 or 3 times removed from the actual manufacturer can greatly add to product costs and affect the bottom line.