Bright Intervals recently worked with Eptheca on a short project looking at the market for antiques in China.
As middle classes get more affluent, tastes are becoming more sophisticated as Chinese people acquire and develop their tastes for Western luxuries.
The Western way of life is attractive, and in recent years, major western luxury brands have made huge inroads into markets in China. The automotive market in China is already the largest, and luxury fashion and accessory marques are in high demand.
As these tastes become more sophisticated, many are looking for other ways to spend, or even invest, their money. As the wealthiest Chinese are looking for more discerning purchases to distinguish themselves above the growing middle class antiques are becoming more attractive.
There is still a long to go for these markets to develop. Potential buyers are starting to educate themselves about the market and the intricacies of what they might purchase, looking for value for money.
But like many things, the potential for the market is there.
Bright Intervals is currently working with 2020 Delivery on a project for the NHS.
Bright Intervals is assisting a UK water company, together with Eden McCallum, to identify future options for growth, develop its renewables strategy and prioritise its activities, both in the short and the long term.
Bright Intervals is delighted once again to be working with Eden McCallum, assisting a UK trade distributor identify growth opportunities for its Canadian subsidiary in a number of product divisions.
Bright Intervals is delighted once again to be working with Eden McCallum to help assist a telecoms client to understand technical issues driving calls to their support operations and identifying opportunities to reduce churn.
Bright Intervals has been brought on board work with a technology company to design and implement a five-year strategy to grow their business.
Over the next three months, together with Eden McCallum, we will be drawing insights from customers, the markets they operate in, their offer and internal structure, to deliver a strategic plan outlining the business opportunities to expand the business over the next 5 years.
Bright Intervals is once again working with Eden McCallum, this time, helping a major European pharmaceutical company transfer its knowledge of a therapeutic market between divisions as part of its internal structural reorganisation.
The project involves aggregating existing data on the market, carrying out an analysis of the market, profiling the competitor landscape and understanding the regulatory dynamics in the geography.
Bright Intervals is working with Eden McCallum to map operational processes for a division of a large non-banking financial institution.
Bright Intervals will be working with the client to document their current processes and develop an operating manual for management and the company’s Board. The project is expected to be complete in September 2011.
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