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IMC is a cross border advisory firm focusing on the AMEA (Asia, Middle East & Africa) markets. We specialize in corporate advisory services, global mobility services, private client & family advisory, international tax, corporate finance, mergers & acquisitions, investment advisory and business support & outsourcing solutions.
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The client, Baxter is a USA based health care company with a global presence. Baxter International Inc. is a Fortune 500 American health care company with headquarters in Deerfield, Illinois. The company aims to achieve healthy life for every individual which is free from illness and full of possibilities. The company primarily focuses on products to treat kidney disease, immune disorders, hemophilia and other chronic and acute medical conditions.
A US based Digital and Social Media Marketing services provider, with over 100 clients was planning to start their branch in Dubai with operations extended towards Middle East and North Africa. They were looking for a vendor that could process the company’s regular accounting in a cost-effective manner. To download the datailed case study, please click the link below.
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German companies, which are typically used to structured, single-digit expansion rates in mature markets, operating in the Middle East though would be fascinating…