Opportunities for Korean companies in international markets

Opportunities for Korean companies in international markets

29 November 2021 — With the vaccine roll-out continuing and a gradual resumption of economic activities ongoing, the world is slowly seeking a way to live with COVID-19. For Korean companies, while the local economy is still weak, now is a good time to look for further opportunities in new markets.

The untapped business opportunity in Southeast Asia – productivity improvement

The untapped business opportunity in Southeast Asia – productivity improvement

30 March 2016 — Low productivity is the main challenge facing Southeast Asian economies. There is a macroeconomic imperative to boost productivity but implementation is difficult. In this article, we address automation, efficiency and human capital development as key new business development areas in the region.

Competitiveness of the Korean technology startup ecosystem and opportunities for global corporations

Competitiveness of the Korean technology startup ecosystem and opportunities for global corporations

14 October 2021 — In this webinar organized by the European Chamber of Commerce in Korea, we discuss the competitiveness of the Korea technology startup ecosystem and what it can provide to global corporations.

Business in Europe for Korean companies: mid-pandemic opportunities

Business in Europe for Korean companies: mid-pandemic opportunities

12 October 2020 — COVID-19 is accelerating socio-economic structural changes, supported by policies of European and Korean governments. However, given the magnitude of economic challenges, government actions are not enough.

A data-driven approach to validate product-market fit with early adopters

A data-driven approach to validate product-market fit with early adopters

14 April 2014 — Finding product-market fit is a prerequisite for any early-stage company to achieve fast-growth. This requires a data-driven approach towards product iteration. In this article, we introduce practical methodologies and tools that we have successfully used to test and achieve product-market fit.

China ambitions in cruise sets their agenda for full value chain – a potentially lucrative opportunity awaits

China ambitions in cruise sets their agenda for full value chain – a potentially lucrative opportunity awaits

22 December 2021 — Reddal was invited as a speaker to the Finnish Marine Industries Association (Meriteollisuus ry) international business session. We presented an update on the cruise ecosystem development in China, including views on cruise tourism, cruise ship building, and short- to mid-term opportunities.

Market leadership in the digital and customer centric age

Market leadership in the digital and customer centric age

10 June 2020 — As enhanced customer experience, customer centricity and intimacy become increasingly common as a winning strategy across the B2B world, we argue in this article that they no longer provide sufficient and clear strategic direction to drive companies toward market leadership. We also propose a revision to a classic framework on market leaders’ value disciplines in today's digitalized business world.

Securing strategy implementation through iterative operating model design

Securing strategy implementation through iterative operating model design

21 September 2012 — One of the most common debates in management literature is whether the strategy or the operating model should deserve more focus. The answer is usually something in between – strategy alone does not determine a successful company, but an operating model does not do that either. The trick lies in designing the equilibrium between these two; ensuring that the strategy is implemented through a good operating model design.