The Asia Pacific (APAC) region provides plenty of reasons for optimism, including rapid growth and improving operating environments. But slowing growth in China plus intensifying local competition, pricing pressures, digital disruption, and global forces—whether from US-China trade tensions or tightening monetary policy in major economies—could seriously disrupt businesses in APAC.
Focus on understanding the complex growth dynamics in the region, optimizing your channel mix, and navigating localization pressures to succeed in this increasingly competitive environment.
DuckerFrontier serves a range of executives across the region, from Sydney to Singapore and Shanghai to Mumbai. Our clients are senior leaders and managers operating in APAC’s most important markets, and they span the industrial, consumer goods, healthcare, and technology industries.
Using our provincial and city-level data, we help you evaluate whether and where to localize to get closer to customers and beat increasing local competition.
We provide the insights and strategy support you need to build up your digital channels to reach more customers in key markets such as China, India, and the ASEAN nations.
Our analysts closely monitor economic, trade, and policy changes in China to keep you informed about the potential impact on the rest of the region.
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Analyst, Asia Pacific