AsiaAustralis consolidates its position as the leading Asian market advisory firm in Australia

Adelaide based Asian market advisory firm, AsiaAustralis, closes out the financial year winning more than $50 million in Asian business for its corporate and government clients across Australia.

 AsiaAustralis – an Asian market advisory firm formed in 2012 by Adelaide based strategic management consultants Dr Nathan Gray and Mr Phill Hudson, specialises in developing trade and investment between Australia and Asia, and draws upon the more than 40 years of combined Asian market experience of the Principals of the firm.

AsiaAustralis has successfully won government and private sector contracts over the 2013/14 financial year to develop strategic market plans and facilitate new export and investment business for a range of industry sectors in South East Asia including; Property Development, Agribusiness, Vocational Education, Higher Education, Health and Aged Care, Human Services, and Mining, Oil and Gas Services.

AsiaAustralis has successfully developed projects in the ASEAN Region worth over $50 million for clients this year, supporting over 600 jobs in the Australian economy.

Managing Partner Dr Nathan Gray commented on the success:

 “AsiaAustralis’s business is demonstrating first hand that an Adelaide based consulting firm can succeed not just in Australia, but across Asia.

 This year has been a tremendous success for AsiaAustralis, and is an indication of the capabilities the firm can deliver in Asia.

 AsiaAustralis consultants have spent a combined 5 working months in Asia during the past 12 months on a range of trade and investment projects in Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Hong Kong and China.

 Asia is our most important trading region and it’s important that organisations get the right advice on how best to tap into these large growth markets.

 AsiaAustralis, through its regular in-market work, has demonstrated that it is better positioned than competitors to deliver strategic advice to Australian business and governments on how to develop and access Asian market opportunities.”

Senior Partner Phill Hudson commented:

“AsiaAustralis exceeded its revenue forecasts for 2013/14, and plans for sustained growth over the next few years. This growth has allowed the firm to build its consulting team during the year, and we expect to expand further in the years ahead.

 AsiaAustralis’s strength is its ability to assist businesses with trade and investment throughout Asia across multiple industry sectors, with a specific focus on the ASEAN region”.