Expandys is a global boutique consulting company dedicated to helping businesses expand and optimise their operations both locally and across borders
Are you looking to grow Internationally or Establish yourselves in new markets?
Is your company already present in a market but you are looking to increase its revenues or (re)structure or optimise its activity locally?
If yes, you are in the right place.
We are experts in Market Entry Strategies, in International Business Development, in Incubation & Subsidiary Management, in International Acquisitions & Investments and in International Event Promotion
Analyse your ecosystem in order to provide you a determining strategic advantage
Increase your turnover in strategic Business areas and/or manage your key accounts
Identify your targets, undertake your Due Diligence and negotiate your commercial and industrial agreements
Identify collaborators on your export markets. Hire employees through our local office
Assist professional associations and government agencies to support their clients’ international development
Recruiting in Australia
Australia is a favourable market for international expansion with one of the world’s most varied and well-educated workforces. Thus, for such expansion, recruitment is one of the most critical factors to be considered. A business requires recruiting people who will be able to help the organisation develop and succeed. Similarly, as people are the foundation […]
The Luxury retail market in Australia
Australian luxury market got A$2.3 billion in revenue and A$216.2 million profit during 2018-19 financial year. The Australian luxury market shows stable growth and is anticipated to reach A$3 billion in revenue by 2024-25. The market is in transformation phase due to response to the COVID-19 and online sales of major luxury brands are thriving. […]
Five ways your business can respond to the Coronavirus
The spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) impacts many businesses. While there may be some industries that are more directly impacted by the virus – including health and aged care, education and tourism – with international travel and trade suspended, and no way to predict how many people may contract the virus, all industries will face […]