We have particular strength in Asia, particularly China, Singapore and Thailand, where we work hard to find local language partners able to adapt our approach to accommodate local trends and sensibilities. But recent business also took us to Scandinavia, North America, Latin America and the Middle East. Business strategy differs a great deal depending on where in the world you are. It is no good making initial communication via email in China for example. Know the markets as we do and you will find that the right doors open much more easily.
Think of us as a business exchange, a trade show where only the people you need to meet are in the room.
WMM (Where Markets Meet) specialises in helping businesses expand their profile overseas.
Through direct matchmaking and advocacy, we put your business in front of the right partners and investors. And by selecting them from cities and countries with an economic profile that matches the trajectory of your business, it gives you the greatest chance of sustainable growth.
By working with carefully selected agencies and partners around the world, WMM finds the companies able to take your business to the next level; a goal that can take a lifetime to achieve.
Our understanding of the economic development in overseas markets, coupled with a history of reporting on and marketing trade show destinations, has also positioned us very well when it comes to destination promotion for investment and industrial growth.
Arcimedia Ltd is the holding company and former trading name of WMM.
Arcimedia's strength is built on a history of working with overseas partners and agencies - Trade Promotion Organisations, NGOs and municipal development authorities, relationships built over more than a decade spent writing about emerging markets and innovation. Our capability is built around ensuring you are presented only with potential partners and investors that have the capability to specifically benefit your company.
A former trade and industry journalist, Antony Reeve-Crook's work brings him face-to-face with destinations vying for innovators, investors and the trade promotion bodies that drive economic growth on both sides.