In an international context directly impacted by Covid-19, business leaders can no longer travel abroad and wonder about the resilience of their activities outside their home market.
Remove uncertainty surrounding the resilience of your activities outside of your home market:


/ Should I redefine my strategy and adapt my export development model?

/ How can I build an international strategy without travelling?

/ Can I open and manage new markets remotely?

/ How do I set up a new production line without going to the country?

/ Who can help me to create a marketplace within a month in China?

/ How can I develop sales without trade fairs?

/ How can I ensure my global supply chain?

/ How can I audit remotely my Brasilian subsidiary which is losing money

/ How can I manage my employees’ mobility during the pandemic?

/ How can I recruit my new local ASEAN manager based in Singapour?

/ Am I eligible for grants if I decide to develop my business in Italy?

/ Can I get trusted information about a potential target acquisition in the US?

Altios offers support every step of the way thanks to its new offer

A 4-points plan for 4 quick wins!

/ Identify your main challenges

  • International strategic review
  • Identification of priority issues
  • Markets reorganisation / prioritization
  • Development recommendations

/ Facilitate the international rebound

  • Strategic market scan
  • Audit of existing partners (agent, distributor, etc.)
  • Field support: prospecting, development, negotiation
  • Market development recommendations


/ Access local HR solutions

  • HR status internationally or in specific countries
  • Diagnosis, analysis and HR advice
  • Optimisation solution & development recommendations

/ Secure your local locations

  • Subsidiary diagnosis: Strategy, Sales, HR, Finance & Governance
  • Diagnosis of acquisition targets: qualification, market synergies, risk areas
  • Recommendations & Operational Development Plan

ALTIOS Australia: your trusted advisor in navigating India's complex mining sector

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February 2024

With a team of 270+ India-based experts, ALTIOS International stands as a trusted advisor who can help you navigate India’s burgeoning mining sector and reap the many benefits of.

India boasts the production of nearly 95 minerals across fuel, metallic, non-metallic, and minor categories and holds a significant position in the global mining landscape. This, coupled with the recently established Free Trade Agreement between India and Australia paves the way for a host of opportunities.

ALTIOS Australia has been a proud member of Austmine for 5 years, – Australia’s leading association in the global mining industry.

Most recently, ALTIOS was privileged to take part in Austmine’s first training program of the year 2024: “Australian METS India Growth Program”. This provided the most innovative businesses in the Australian METS sector with a detailed introduction to the Indian Mining Market and an overview of the key networks and events in the industry.

ALTIOS’s experts delivered insights on:

  • Successful Market Entry Strategies for India
  • How to do business in the Indian business environment (clue: it is not a single market)
  • Step-by-step overview of the export plan essentials and the considerations in the Indian market
  • Advice on how to refine a marketing and value proposition, and Pitch Preparation

India’s markets are exciting and growing and we find more companies asking us how to best enter and succeed  in India. Having helped 100s of companies from all types of industry including many machinery manufacturers for mining and associated industries, we know that preparation is key to success. Understanding your market potential and the best way for you to tap it can help you save a lot of time and money down the line” says our Head of Advisory in India Vipulansh Sharma.   “One case study is the journey of Ammann in India: here is our MD interviewing their Director”

“The insights provided by ALTIOS have been critical to preparing our members for entry into the Indian market. This will no doubt lead to increased sales and business growth for the Australian METS sector, and will help participating companies manage the complexities and risks of operating in international markets.” Sheldon Varcoe, Manager – International Projects, Austmine.

Why India?

Want to learn more?

Contact our team for more information on market entry strategies and insights on conducting business in India and fostering networking opportunities.

/ Daniela TOUZE, Business Development Manager, Australia email:

/ Vipulansh Sharma, Head of Advisory, India email: