Whereas the previous geopolitical shift after the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991 led to an era of economic globalization that made conducting business in foreign countries easier, the coming transition will likely be less business friendly. Already, various countries across the globe are implementing isolationist measures that favour domestic companies at the expense of foreign enterprises. Moreover, the geopolitical landscape based on international laws and norms is slowly deteriorating. This is perhaps best demonstrated by the World Trade Organization losing its teeth and thereby, its power to regulate international trade.
In order to successfully navigate your business through this new era, we provide Strategic Intelligence. Our forecast will assist you in identifying profitable new markets and sectors whilst evading those places that could potentially hurt your business. In addition, we will advise you on strategies to capitalize on the identified opportunities and be successful in foreign markets.