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Key Indicators has been around the world - literally.

Living, working, touring, studying in Europe, Africa, Asia and South America means that if we don't know the person or company that can help your business, we know someone who does, or we know how to find them.

Here are some examples of ways that we can help:

  • Define Relevant International Product & Market Opportunities - what value does your business have that someone in an international market needs
  • Identify Appropriate Customers & Partners – who are the players, what are their needs, how are they contacted

  • Establish & Develop Relationships – get a meeting, make the pitch, secure the relationship

  • Develop Internal Sales & Support Systems – international sales efforts require specific and dedicated resources

  • Establish Internationally-based Operations - sales & support offices; manufacturing & distribution facilities


Various assignments as a consultant or executive in a variety of international businesses:

A multi-national instrument company needed a European distribution center to support its local sales organizations.

A mulit-national telecommunications company with sales offices throughout Asia wanted local technical & sales engineering support to meet the needs of customers and company sales personnel.

An American computer company wanted Asian manufacturing to supplement its U.S. operations.

A Japanese food manufaturer wanted to introduce products to the U.S. market.

A multi-national telecommunications company needed to define a "factory" as a product as part of an international technology transfer program.

A privately held telecommunications company wanted introductions to the nascent Indian telecommunications market for small wireless switches.

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