Your International Partner

At Roscoe Consulting, we specialise in helping companies create and implement strategies for entry and growth in unfamiliar markets. We discover how big the market potential is, where clients should focus their efforts, and how they should position themselves to leave competitors in the shade.

Every company is complex and unique, we believe in working closely with our clients to fully understand your objectives and create bespoke solutions to reach your goals. We see ourselves as a partner to your business, our aim is to deliver true measurable value to your company.

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StartUps

We advise start-ups at various stages of the business lifecycle to formulate and implement effective strategies.

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SMES

We understand the challenges involved in taking your company into new markets with limited resources.

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Big Corporations

We help organisations implement the right strategy to enrich connections and drive change.

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Non-Profits

We help to grow your social impact and draft campaigns to encourage immediate involvements from the public.

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1400
China Population (millions)
1140000
China GDP (millions $)
8
Projected Growth 2017 (%)
50
Your Current Potential (%)

Thinking of Entering the Chinese Market?

Would you rather be a big fish in a small pond or a small fish in a big pond? In most cases the reward of entering the chinese market outweighs the risk of doing so. As it appears to be a tough and scary decision to enter a new territory, such risks can be mitigated through detailed market research and finding the right angle to appeal to the local market segment. We want to help you in finding out if there is a right opportunity for your business before you waste your time and money trying to explore the market yourself and come to realize that you could not compete. We help to adjust your products or services according to the behavior of the local target market and help you understand the preferences and demand after performing the competitors’ analysis.

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