Friday, 22 September 2017

Expanding Business into Asia: Why It’s Important and How to be Strategic

A Knowledge Network Article: Telstra
Wednesday 17 September 14

Succeeding in Asia is not a given; many giants have boldly stepped into the region and sometimes failed to gain the traction they are looking for. However, these failures haven’t dissuaded competitive organizations, and as Asia’s economies continue to grow, the region remains an important target for companies looking to go global. As pipes get faster and smarter, and the cloud plays an increasingly significant role in global data management, the way the telecommunication industry supports its partners in Asia continues to change. Telecommunication companies no longer just support voice and data, but have taken on a critical role as a complete connectivity partner, where their regional knowledge and on the ground expertise can mean the difference between making a seamless and successful move into Asia or not. Spotlight on Asia today: Research suggests that today, forty per cent of global economic activity is now occurring in Asia, and world growth is expected to continue being led by Asia over the next decade. Half the world&rsquo…

Succeeding in Asia is not a given; many giants have boldly stepped into the region and sometimes failed to gain the traction they are looking for. However, these failures haven’t dissuaded competitive organizations, and as Asia’s economies continue to grow, the region remains an important target for companies looking to go global. As pipes get faster and smarter, and the cloud plays an increasingly significant role in global data management, the way the telecommunication industry supports its partners in Asia continues to change. Telecommunication companies no longer just support voice and data, but have taken on a critical role as a complete connectivity partner, where their regional knowledge and on the ground expertise can mean the difference between making a seamless and successful move into Asia or not. Spotlight on Asia today: Research suggests that today, forty per cent of global economic activity is now occurring in Asia, and world growth is expected to continue being led by Asia over the next decade. Half the world&rsquo…

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