AUGEO has been contracted with a Canadian company that operates in the aeronautical components sector for its introduction in certain markets of the EMEA geographical area. The contracted project includes a detailed definition of the market (operators, segments, markets served, price positions, technological potential,…), determination of priority objectives, complete risk analysis (economic, commercial, climatic, military…, what a PEST analysis would be), legal limitations (barriers to entry, barriers to exit, specific legal requirements,…), Business Plan within a time horizon of three years, reasonable derived objectives and Contingency Plan.
The AUGEO Group has been hired by an investment group from the United Arab Emirates to provide advice on its investment strategy in Africa, particularly in the Maghreb and in certain countries in the Sub-Saharan area.
AUGEO has been contracted by a Norwegian company in the fish farming sector to describe a business development program in Central America. The project will begin in September and must present its results in December 2022, with the aim of developing the commercial program in January 2023.
AUGEO has contracted with a company from the Czech Republic the adaptation of the market intelligence system developed by AUGEO, as well as the implementation, start-up and training of the Czech company’s users. This project should be completed in November 2022.
AUGEO has started the international development project for an electronic components company based in Switzerland. Although no geographical area has been conditioned in the first phase of project execution, the Swiss Client’s international deployment efforts will be concentrated in Latin America and Africa, markets that the Swiss Company does not currently work on.
AUGEO has contracted with a Spanish company from the fishery industry to launch a project for the supply of fresh fishery products from Morocco and Algeria. This project includes the identification of potential suppliers, the biological and commercial standardization of the different objective references and the preparation of contract models adapted to the legislation of the European Union and of the supplier countries, as well as support in the negotiations that are made.
AUGEO has been contracted by a German Investment Group to provide advisory services on its investment plans in the food sector in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). The service will last for 18 months, a period in which it is intended to address investments close to 18 million euros.
AUGEO has proposed, will manage and execute for a consortium of Spanish companies in the fishing sector a program of visits to the main markets for the commercialization of fishing products. The objective of these visits is to assess the trends in the forms of commercialization of the main European markets (products, formats, packaging, price levels, average consumption per inhabitant,…), so that the production of the companies of the Spanish consortium is best suited to the requirements of these European markets.
AUGEO has contracted with a company from Uruguayan meat production and transformation sector a strategic plan for the introduction of its meat products in the European Union. This project, which must deliver its conclusions in September 2022, will include a detailed assessment of the company’s catalogue, the review and proposal to adapt the references to the current legislation in force in the EU, the description of the sector scenario by country of the EU, a precise development program (budgets, markets, calendars, marketing and communication…) and a contingency plan.
AUGEO has signed a contract with a Panamanian agricultural company with the aim of transferring technology in the field of intensive cultivation under plastic.
The advisory project will entail the training of the technicians of the Panamanian company, the support in the tasks of commercialization of the production towards the United States of America and the accompaniment in the negotiations with the purchasing centers of the national supermarket chains.