Assisting Fortune 500 and SMEs to develop practical growth strategies and tactics across Asia.
Steve has extensive experience across multiple industries and geographies through over 30 years of international consulting. He has completed over 700 assignments for many of the world’s leading companies, assisting clients in international market entry and strategy development throughout Asia and China since the early 1980s. Prior to Solidiance, Steve was the Managing Director of Shanghai-based growth advisory firm Technomic Asia. He has established offices across Asia and has practical background in developing growth strategies through both organic and acquisition approaches. He is a frequent speaker on topics related to business development and growth in Asia. He is author of the book, “The China Ready Company”, and has won an Emmy for his role in the development of the DVD series, “On the Frontlines: Doing Business in China”..
- Education :
MBA – Thunderbird Garvin School of International Management , BA in Economics and English Literature – Vassar College
- Functional Experience :
Competition Benchmarking , Due Diligence , Growth Strategy , Market Entry , Merger & Acquisition
- Industry experience :
Automotive , Healthcare , FMCG (Fast Moving Consumer Goods) , Machinery
- Relevant country experience :
ASEAN , China , India , Japan , Singapore , United States
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Steven Ganster, Managing Director at Solidiance US, shares his views on why acquisitions in China fail and steps companies can take to address the issue. Ganster stresses upon the importance of...