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Newsletter #1 - January 2022

Discover the first edition of our Newsletter, starting with a Greetings video, then telling you the 3 success stories of our clients, passing by an interview of our Partner on International Strategy. Enjoy the reading of it!

Newsletter #1 - January 2022

Happy New Year from Altios International Team

Let's build the future together to reveal new growth opportunities around the world! Watch our Greetings card video by clicking on the image above.

Companies tell you their success story

Newsletter #1 - January 2022


European market leader in the formulation and production of powders, Innov'ia shares its five key learnings for midsize companies looking to expand internationally.

Newsletter #1 - January 2022

Rubicon Water

when Rubicon Water decided to expand in India and China, the company turned to Altios to understand the dynamics of these two markets fully.

Newsletter #1 - January 2022


To increase sales in India and adapt its products to the local market, Monin was helped by Altios' team and could expand through a Greenfield Investment Project.

Newsletter #1 - January 2022

Our Expertise
What about International Strategy?

Discover our Practice dedicated to the formulation of our clients' International Strategy with Gaël Sabbagh (Partner, Altios Strategy.

News & Events

Newsletter #1 - January 2022

Impact of Agritech Beyond Singapore

Governements around the world have realised the importance of creating sustainable food sources internally. Technology and innovation shall be the main drivers. Join us for a webinar and fireside chat with the industry experts on the landscape of Agritech beyond Singapore.

What can ASEAN offer the international manufacturers?


Is ASEAN the new global Manufacturing Hub?

The markets of the Southeast Asian countries offer very interesting prospects. 60 % of the region’s population is expected to be middle class by 2030.
ASEAN is also preparing its members for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

To get some insights on promising trends, and how to set up manufacturing in ASEAN.

Download our article dedicated to ASEAN:

20 years of BRICS: Are Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa still driving world economic growth?

This year we are celebrating the 20th anniversary of the BRICS idea. On this anniversary we discuss with our experts who lived and worked in these emerging markets whether BRICS has fulfil the expectations set in the different countries.

Twenty years ago the BRIC countries were highlighted as the new centres of international growth for the next 50 years, forecasting them to outpace developed countries for growth and suggesting a global economic shift to incorporate these fast-growth countries.

Over the next two decades, BRIC became a political movement and expanded to include more emerging markets and developing countries. Making emerging markets ever more important for the global economy. Without a doubt, spotlighting a select group of emerging economies has influenced investors and companies to look at global expansion in a different way for this century.

By 2019 the combined GDP of BRICS formed 55% of the GDP of the other G6. Predictions for each country for their place in the expanded global market have played out to some extent or other – Brazil as a food producer, Russia as a key energy exporter, India as key in the IT fields, and China as a global factory becoming the leader in digital transformation. It is China that has outperformed forecasts, while India’s growth has been less smooth than predicted, and Brazil and Russia still have not lost their dependence on raw materials and the global commodities cycles. Meantime the demographic projections have been more than realised with 3 billion of the world’s population in just those 4 countries which again highlighted the potential in many more emerging markets.

Twenty years on every company who has interests in expanding outside their home country should be active in these markets to some extent, and in all cases, M+V Altios can help. Altios has been in China for 22 years and M+V has 20 years of experience in India. We have 15 years of experience in Brazil and a long history in Russia. BRIC staff make up 50% of our international teams and over 40% of our revenues. BRICS will remain a very big part of our strategy and we look forward to helping you there.

To read our White Paper dedicated to BRICS

November 2021

As an SME or a midcap company, you are certainly looking to expand internationally. Watch Gaël Sabbagh’s video.

Listen to Gaël Sabbagh, Managing Director and Altios Strategy Expert who answers to 3 key questions regarding a company’s internationalization:
  • The main reason why you should go or accelerate your development on foreign markets
  • The Key Factors you should have in mind to succeed internationally
  • How you can adapt your #business model to the current situation
Gael Sabbagh also explains the solutions Altios could provide you to support your business abroad.

ALTIOS: 30 years old, an international success story

altios 30 ans

ALTIOS is the story of a passion for international business and the meeting of 5 personalities.

Founded in Sydney in 1991 by Bruno Mascart, Altios’ mission was initially to support European companies looking to set up in Australia. Over the years, Bruno was joined by David Gerard, Patrick Ferron, Boris Lechevalier and finally Klaus Maier, each one contributing to the Corporate DNA.

Altios’ journey

ALTIOS’ services have evolved considerably over the last few years to go beyond traditional marketing and sales assistance services. Today, the group offers real expertise integrating all the internationalization solutions enabling companies to expand at each stage of their growth on a market.

As a leading international advisory firm for Small and Mid-Cap companies expanding in the G30, Altios records:
+ 10,500 carried out projects
+ 2,000 managed employees
+ 1,700 created subsidiaries
+ 750 employees
22 locations spread over the largest markets
4 solutions adapted to each stage of #internationalization: Strategy, Development, Implementation & Investment