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Joint Venture

Joint Venture (JV) Consulting

CNJ can assist Korean or US companies entering into joint venture agreements, either domestically or abroad. CNJ offers cradle-to-grave service for joint ventures, from the initial formation stage, through the joint venture’s implementation and execution, to its termination, if necessary.

CNJ has local expertise in the creation and management of joint ventures in both USA and Korea. For example, CNJ registers and negotiates a joint venture in the United States for the Korean commodities, services, technologies and assists in negotiating project finance, legal and transaction services for Korea-US Joint Venture, based on the policy, economic, societal and legal risks of proposed investments/transactions.

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NJ, in particular, has an enormous capability for pursuing your business in the area of US government-related business.

In the area of Small and Minority Enterprise development (SME), CNJ focuses on four broad issues that the firm considers as fundamental barriers to successful SME growth: (1) Assisting to get your bidding eligibilities; (2) Participating in bidding opportunities by writing proposals and preparing for supporting documents; (3) Finding out teaming or Joint-Venture partners; and (4) Making your business sustainably grow. CNJ is focusing on practical implementation of systems that can greatly benefit the SME, including protection of biddable privileges. Our Joint Venture Business Development Services Practice addresses the questions of building and implementing sustainable high quality business services, ensuring that Korean joint-ventured SMEs recognize an internal need for and have sufficient resources to pay off this type of business development.

Business information on joint venture is typically difficult to come by and is often fragmented and disaggregated. CNJ undertakes initiatives that allow Korean SMEs to obtain the required joint venture business information and develop internal mechanism for market data gathering, evaluation and implementation. CNJ is also assisting Korean joint ventured firms in developing effective systems for relatively easy information aggregation, management and dissemination to the local market.

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orean SMEs access to finance may remain insufficient. CNJ works both with the administrators of the loan programs and SMEs to design and implement processes and programs that increase SMEs access to finance. Successful investments in joint venture efforts need good collaborative relations with stakeholders at both Korea and USA. 

Constructive relations with the business entrepreneurs between the countries are necessary to sustain the viability of the venture. Moreover, the industrial movements and economic conditions of the local economy benefit from joint venture business developments that address cultural and societal issues in the market.  Thus, as Korean investment by joint venture provides substantial growth for the US local economy, the presence of Korean business in conjunction with US business requires the investors to develop a rapport with the local authorities in order to be cognizant of its capabilities within the local market. 

CNJ consultants have considerable expertise in the field of government relations, as they have extensive governmental work experience. This familiarity with the local governments of the United States enables our consultants to efficiently address the issues that arise when Korean companies wish to invest in the United States.

Our consultants have considerable expertise in the field of government relations, as they have extensive governmental work experience. This familiarity with the local governments of the United States enables our consultants to efficiently address the issues that arise when Korean companies wish to invest in the United States.

  • Search for Joint Venture Partners
  • Joint Venture Partner Strategic Alignment
  • Joint Venture Model and Architecture
  • Governance-Business-Performance Model
  • Joint Venture Organization Design
  • Implementation Plan

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