Who they are
Solidiance established their China and Singapore offices in 2006. What sets them apart from other marketing consultancy firms is their connection. They have eight Asian locations where their presence is very visible. Instead of outsourcing and hiring freelancers, they capitalized on local human resources for a better understanding of the Asia Pacific Market. They have provided services to Fortune 500 clients by prioritizing commercial opportunities by fully understanding the needs of the market and what their businesses can offer.
What services do they offer
Marketing covers a lot of aspects which makes any consultancy firm unique on how they will help their clients. For Solidiance, they have divided their services in three important factors: GAIN, EXPAND, TRANSFORM.
- GAIN – Asia Market opportunity sizing, Asia B2B Customer Segmentation, Asia Key Account optimization, Asia Competitive Benchmarking, Asia Scenario Planning
- EXPAND – Asia Market entry strategy, Asia product launch strategy, Asia Channels enhancement strategy, Asia M&A support
- TRANSFORM – Asia Project Management Office, Asia acquisition integration, Define new business models, Digital transformation
Solidiance’s list of clients is definitely exceptional. Their client repeat rate is a testimony of the good working relationship and the results they have provided with clients. Toyota, Johnson Controls, Good Year, GS Caltex, American Chamber of Commerce, Shell, Emerson, Boehringer Ingelheim, Petronas and Bayer are just a few of the clients they have handled. Indeed, Solidiance is one of the leading companies in the marketing industry.
They say if you want to know what kind of company you will deal with, take a look at their portfolio. You can say that they are not a small company. They have what it takes to make your business big. They assist businesses from the driving, building, manufacturing, feeding and healing sectors as they call it. Although the price and packages (if there are any) are not stated in their website, it is actually a good idea to inquire and see what these Fortune 500 Companies are coming back for.