Market, Competitor & Acquisition Consultancy
How can you benefit from business advice?
A professional consultancy service should be able to advise you on all business levels. As industry experts, they represent a valuable source of strategic knowledge and investment experience. Third-parties should be consulted as standard practice when venturing into new business sectors or establishing trade with unfamiliar counterparties.
Using bespoke research, industry networks, and businessanalysis, a consultancy service should be able to recommend a best course of action, whether this is to invest, partner, trade, begin negotiations, seek legal action, or step back. One of the most important considerations you should make when approaching a consultancy service is reputation.
Effective consultancy depends on the experience and knowledge of dedicated consultants, supported by a far-reaching network of contacts, sources, and industry insights.
Internationally renowned consultancy
Whether you are considering entering a new market, analysing competitors or making an acquisition, our consultancy service delivers the kind of deep insight that enables you to understand and manage both risks and opportunities. Drawing on the extensive and constantly updated knowledge within the Infospectrum network, we advise clients on doing business in the maritime and commodities markets as well as the wider industrial and manufacturing sectors.
We are internationally renowned for our consultancy service, delivering the in-depth intelligence crucial for risk management and industry insights. We tailor every consultancy package to fit each client's specific requirements, from regional analysis of their sector and competitor activity to site visits, one-on-one meetings, consumer research, and more.
Whether you are considering entering a new market, require competitor research, or are in the process of acquiring new business or trading partners, we draw from the extensive knowledge within the Infospectrum network to advise clients in the maritime and commodities markets, as well as the wider industrial and manufacturing sectors.