CAG’s clients rely on our strategic advice on a range of critical business activities, including:
- Scenario and strategy development and planning
- Global and regional future trends horizons and foresight
- Market entry and prioritization
- Engagement strategy and deal support
- Portfolio, geographic footprint and due diligence
- Enterprise risk management, assessment and awareness
CAG is a new platform for you to expand your business into Central Asia regions – Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Kyrgyzstan and since you’ll be the first to know, you are always invited to any part of Central Asia regions to expand not just for business, but also for personal time-spend or family vacation.
CAG work closely with clients to incorporate geopolitics insides into strategic plans and processes. From scenario planning that connects the dots between the external environment and tangible implications, to market sizing engagements that incorporate politics into quantifying opportunities.
Management teams and boards face the challenging task of balancing present and future—between real-time performance and longer-term trends. We support our clients by leveraging our global network of experts and thought leaders to filter and prioritize future trends, identifying those that are not only novel but also relevant ones.
Market entry strategy is a planned distribution and delivery method of goods or services to a new target market. In the business environment services, it refers to the creation, establishment, and management of contracts in a foreign country.
CAG unpack factors in the business environment that impact deal feasibility and valuation, including foreign investor treatments, a target’s operational environment, and repatriation risks
Corporate leadership is ever more aware that geopolitical risk is important, but often struggle with how to identify and measure the relevant risks. CAG helps clients tie specific external risks to performance drivers, and to develop individual metrics for continuously monitoring risk levels and deltas over time.
CAG provides a framework for risk management, which typically involves identifying particular events or circumstances relevant to the organization’s objectives (risks and opportunities), assessing them in terms of likelihood and magnitude of impact, determining a response strategy, and monitoring process.