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US firms looking to expand into UK market

 
#1 US firms looking to expand into UK market
06/08/2003 00:00

Dave

Top-Consultant reports the UK market has attracted a number of US consultancies to establish offices in London during the last year. I am highly experienced in growing consulting businesses in the UK and would be interested in talking with any US consulting companies looking to start up or grow their UK presence. If this is of interest to your business, please post your contact details / info about your firm. Thanks

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#2 Re: US firms looking to expand into UK market
06/08/2003 00:00

Terry Brazeau

Hi my name is Terry Brazeau. Being an executive for 17 years I have written a business model on company wide promotional product spending habits. I recommend new ways of efficiently managing any current situation on the supply chain. Most companies don’t look at total spending in this area or have a knowledgeable person responsible for this type of spending. To consult on this specific area of expertise would be my goal, at this point developing some opportunities to find what will be best for me. I have a digital solution that can be integrated into any current business system.

At this point I’m looking at a consulting firm that I can add my solution to. My target market would be companies with 500 employees or more because they can benefit just from their internal spending and it won’t be small change. 85% of these companies though, buy promotional product that goes out to the public. This would just add to the total spent. I can on average save 30% on product and 60% on the transaction costs.

Would you like to look at some data on the industry and my business model? How best to send this to you? I have it in PDF format and word documents.

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#3 Re: US firms looking to expand into UK market
20/08/2003 00:00

Mick Majid

We are interesting in exploring the opportunities in the UK market for our Collaborative Business Intelligence Processes.

Would like to open a discussion and the possibilities.

Thank you and look forward to your response.

Cheers,

Mick Majid

Senior Partner

BDStrategics Inc.

www.bdstrategics.com

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