iSay Research provides value added research and consulting services to international as well as domestic companies and investors regarding setting up their facilities as well as doing business in India. We fully understand the challenge of expanding the business across borders and how difficult it can be to build a distinguished and reputable position in the market. Given the fact that India offers potential opportunities to foreign as well as domestic investors, even more so after the MADE IN INDIA initiative that encourages global companies to manufacture their products in India, it will soon emerge as a favoured destination for investments. Keeping in mind the current scenario, we effectively sift through these opportunities and bring forth only the best prospects for our clients.
Following an integrated approach, we assist the companies and investors in business planning and advise on financial and legal matters. Our team of consultants, working closely with our skilled researchers, hold expertise in various industrial verticals such as food and beverage, energy, chemical, healthcare, materials, technology, retail, etc. We further provide complete industry analysis covering industry statistics, processing and manufacturing requirements, project cost, project funding, machinery, project economics, expected returns on investment, profit margins, etc. to back up our clients’ new ventures.
Our consultancy comprises of the following services:
Assistance in setting up a manufacturing plant: We have assisted many of our clients in overcoming various challenges associated with setting up a facility such as picking the right location for the plant, recruitment of skilled workforce, insights on machinery requirements, approvals and clearances from government, etc.
Procurement research: Procurement research is important not only to achieve the cost targets but also to drive the profitability of the company and add value to the product.
Distribution: We solve critical sales and marketing challenges by determining the key areas in the distribution strategy that need improvement.