TTIP expands into Asia
24th July 2019
TTIP Consulting is pleased to announce today the expansion of our team into Asia. Dr Andy Wynn, Managing Director of TTIP Consulting, said ‘The TTIP team has always had a strong network in Asia, since many of us have lived there during our careers, but today’s announcement further enhances our capability in helping clients internationalise their business.
'Our new China and Japan based consultants can provide truly local new business development support to Western companies looking to enter the world’s No.2 and No. 3 economies and can serve as the conduit for Asian companies looking to expand into the West.’
‘Since our launch last year, TTIP has been working with companies and organisations in North America, across Europe and in Asia, so today’s announcement is a natural evolution of our business to help support our growing network. With the expansion of our team, we can now service clients locally in all of the world’s major economies. It is great to be working with Young Sung and Tad Nakajima again, colleagues who I have worked closely with many times over the years. I would like to welcome them to the TTIP team and we look forward to supporting our existing and future clients in both the West and the East together.’
TTIP helps industrial manufacturing businesses transform ideas into profit by building a culture and organisation that promotes innovation and by giving them the tools to deliver on it. Working in close partnership with clients, we identify those organisational barriers that prevent them from successfully delivering new products and then deliver tailored improvement programmes to debottleneck their most challenging structural, process and behavioural barriers, and help deliver profitable growth by supporting commercialisation of their new products.
Head of Creativity & Engagement, TTIP Consulting
Young is TTIP’s consultant in China and brings over 25 years of experience of leading businesses in a variety of Industrial sectors, throughout the Asia region, including 12 years based in China. His expertise is in New Business Development and he has a world class network of contacts throughout Asia.
Tad is TTIP’s consultant in Japan and brings over 40 years experience of technology and business development in the Advanced Materials sector. Having worked with many international businesses, he is highly experienced at successfully commercialising Western technologies into Japan.