We enable and support Strategic Alliances. We identify and facilitate opportunities for Joint Ventures, Buy Back Agreements, Technology Transfer, Private labeling contracts and Under License Manufacturing.

In our experience of growing the business through Business development activities, we have observed a growth in business from 10-40% annually, but when a company decides to make a leap growth, they have to opt for some sort of Strategic Alliance.

We support and enable strategic alliances like:

  • Joint Ventures Joint Venture is a business entity created by two or more parties, generally characterized by shared ownership, shared returns and risks, and shared governance. We understand that the execution of a joint venture is really critical as strengths and weaknesses of both companies need to be identified and a way to combine the strengths and plug in the weaknesses needs to be formulated. A successful JV needs to ensure cooperation of all the stakeholders of both the companies. Some of the historically successful JVs are, Toyota and Mazda, Chery Jaguar Land Rover Automotive Company, Tata Starbucks Pvt. Ltd. , Sony and Ericsson.
  • Technology Transfer This contract is used when a company, the Licensor, assigns or licenses to another, the Licensee, registered industrial and intellectual property rights like patents, utility models, trademarks, copyright etc. as well as technical assistance and know-how.
    We understand that its important to find the right match as the technical competency needs to be similar.
  • Private labeling We facilitate and support private labeling contracts for you to get components manufactured under your brand name.
  • Licensed Manufacturing When inventors do not have the means or the competency to manufacture and market their patented products, they opt for licensed manufacturing. This allows the manufacturer to produce and use the product in exchange for a royalty or specific lump sum. There are three types of licenses, exclusive license, non-exclusive license or sole license. An exclusive license gives the licensee full rights to the products. The licensor is not able to sell rights to any other manufacturers. A non-exclusive license means that a licensor has the right to sell non-exclusive licenses to as many other manufacturers as he chooses. A sole license gives the licensor the ability to sell and manufacture products on his own, but he cannot sell licenses to any other licensees.