FAST BLOOMERS Helps Companies Internationalization
© Katrien De Saedelaere.
Article from Made In East Flanders
AALST – Innovative ideas often find a too small market in Belgium. Efficient scaling and also internationally strong in the shoes is therefore essential. Fast bloomers from Aalst helps customers to take the road of success abroad.
manager Charlotte Noël searched the adventure in Central America at the age of twenty. An international trigger that she resolutely went through to her studies. She followed International Business Management in Toulouse, Barcelona and Berlin.
"With my experience in the software business, where I gave advice and training to companies such as BASF and Coca-Cola, I experienced how crucially fast international growth is. You have to be a fast bloomer and not a late bloomer. Fast switching to boost your business is a must, "thinks Charlotte Noël. "But how exactly do you start? Many companies have the same problem. We are putting them on the road.
Especially tech companies today form the main focus group of Fast bloomers. "They often come with a strong idea, but they also have to dare to grow quickly to survive. With Fast bloomers we give them a big push in the back. We Analyze the market, trace potential pitfalls and opportunities, and pour those together into a plan. "
A well-worked plan and research is the first step towards internationalisation. "On the basis of a conversation, we test the international goals of a company and we wrist how they want to achieve it. Workshops with a bottom-up approach should then ensure that the entire team is motivated to take the step. " Furthermore, the market that the customer has taken into account is also examined.
"Also within Fast bloomers The goal is to grow internationally. But first we want to continue to challenge companies to step out of the comfort zone and walk the international path. "