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BFPA and Sannam S4 establish strategic alliance partnership across India, Brazil and China
23 July 2015
British founded company, Sannam S4 and the British Fluid Power Association (BFPA) have established an exclusive partnership, to deliver a suite of market entry and business support services across India, Brazil and China, to the Association’s members.
Commenting upon the new Alliance, Chris Buxton, BFPA Chief Executive said: "A growing number of our member companies are now looking to expand into these fast-growth markets and our alliance with Sannam S4 will provide a range of new services which will enable even the smaller, understandably risk-averse members, to meet this objective and ‘dip their toes’ into these all important regions. Our members can now take full advantage of Sannam S4’s expertise, in delivering high quality market entry and business support, in a way which up to now, has not been available.”
In India, Brazil and China, the revenue potential for UK business is great, yet doing business in these markets is not easy. Sannam S4 has a long history of supporting clients in generating new revenue streams from these fast-growth markets. With their wide international experience they are able to combine sector expertise and technical resources with practical local advice to deliver low-risk and cost-effective solutions that enable companies to take full advantage of local opportunities as they arise. Sannam S4 services cover partner & distributor search and due diligence, company structuring, financial, tax, accounting & compliance services, recruitment and HR advice, opportunity assessment, venture validation, market entry as well as M&A related services.
Adrian Mutton, Chief Executive at Sannam 4, commented, "We are very pleased to have been selected as the exclusive strategic alliance partner to BFPA and look forward to helping the member companies to take advantage of the significant business opportunities that exist across these key growth markets.”