Examples of Clients

Godrej Indonesia and Latin America

The Godrej Group is a global conglomerate with strong presence in consumer goods, real estate, appliances and other sectors. They have a global revenue of USD 4.1 billion and are growing fast. Expansion Asia have together with our partner Abington Advisory been involved in two large and successful business transformation programs for Godrej Consumer Goods - one for Indonesia and one for Latin America, were significant performance improvements across their business processes were achieved leading to tangible positive effects on their EBITDA.

Enel Green Power

Enel Green Power S.p.A. is an Italian multinational renewable energy corporation, headquartered in Rome. The company was formed as a subsidiary of the power generation firm Enel in December 2008, grouping its global renewable energy interests. Enel Green Power has operations in over 18 countries across the world. It generates energy principally from hydroelectricity, wind, solar power, geothermal electricity and biomass sources. At the end of December 2014, the company's total worldwide installed capacity was 9,600 MW.

MS Assistance

MSAssistance is a local service partner for companies doing business in China. MSAssistance is founded and operated by a Scandinavian with 12 years experience in China. In line with the increasing number of foreign chain and brand stores entering the Chinese market, MSAssistance can offer these brand/concept building and maintenance services to the market through its knowledge of the retail business both in China and abroad.

WeDo Technologies

WeDo Technologies is a worldwide leader in Enterprise Business Assurance, providing software and expert consultancy, to intelligently analyse large quantities of data from across an organisation helping to negate or minimise operational or business inefficiencies and allowing businesses to achieve significant return on investment via revenue protection and cost savings. WeDo Technologies works with some of the world’s leading blue chip companies from the retail, energy, insurance and healthcare industries, as well as more than 180telecommunications operators from more than 90 countries.