accessing greater markets

In economics, internationalization is the process of increasing involvement of enterprises in international markets. Internationalization also includes the process of planning and implementing products and services so that they can easily be adapted to specific target markets.

C-S-I researched and arranged $35 Million CND in research and development grants for a client’s solar plant in Germany. C-S-I led and coordinated the entire grant application project between the Canadian corporate headquarter, the EU grant commissioner, banks, lawyers, real estate agents and field engineers.

C-S-I brought a German manufacturer before the world's leading plumbing distributor. C-S-I performed the market research analysis, created marketing material conform to the North American market, organized sales campaigns and arranged face-to-face meetings.

C-S-I coached a Swiss ICT firm in establishing its subsidiary in Kelowna, BC, Canada. C-S-I's engagement helped to strategically position the client’s firm in North America what provides current and future clients the tremendous benefit of working with one ICT firm on either sides of the Atlantic. 

C-S-I supports companies in importing and exporting. C-S-I brought a Swiss high-tech mats manufacturer before the Canadian oil and gas industry and organized extreme condition field tests in Northern Alberta, potentially replacing Thousands of traditional wooden mats.

C-S-I restored supplier relationships on behalf of their customers. C-S-I's local presence in North America and Europe combined with their trusted reputation and professional services helps to prevent misunderstandings, missing materials, delivery stops and more even with remote suppliers.