Accessing New Markets
Companies typically have to consider entering new markets when their core markets start declining, or they have outgrown their core market and need new markets to continue to grow. In either case, there are significant risks and challenges to overcome.
There are certain best practices for mitigating the risks inherent in entering any new market, so as to achieve desired business results in the most cost effective way possible.
How can we go global and turn our brand into an international reference and a market leader?
Our recommendations are to follow the best practices which include: making a clear and real commitment to dominate the market you enter, clearly identifying the best entry point, defining your market entry strategy, assembling your market entry playbook, validating your assumptions, piloting your playbook, ramping up the right way, and having a proper exit plan if things don’t work out.
Accessing new markets implies to reduce the dependence risk to one market.
To achieve it easily we need to prepare our company, brand and products to be desired.
Having right selling tools and an appropriate methodology reduce time and money you need to be successful internationally.
Let’s define a market strategy together