Aiming to capitalize on the strong growth of pharmaceutical and biotechnological sectors, Venair Group proceeds with their sales expansion plan that will be applied during 2016 and 2017.
Since it first stepped abroad and after the sales expansion strategy set by the end of 2012, Venair has experienced exponential growth. This can be evidenced by a 40% growth in three years.
Not only has Venair’s success been in Spain, but around the globe as well. 2015’s results overtook development expectations, especially in pharmaceutical and biotech divisions.
In the last three years, Venair has opened 12 sales offices in Europe, United States and Asia. Today, Venair now possesses delegations around Europe in Spain, France, Germany, United Kingdom, Italy, Poland and Turkey. In Asia and America, the Group operates with offices in India, China, Vietnam, Brasil, Mexico and the EUA.
The Venair’s new Business Development manager, Andreu Fernandez, declares that “in some growing markets such as the Asia, including such countries as Russia and Japan. Biotech and pharma sectors are prepared for rapid market expansion and Venair is going to capitalize on this growth in search of opportunities to expand and develop the business”.
The company’s immediate plans include the establishment of offices In Singapore, Moscow and Japan, where we are also looking to expand our production capabilities.
Moreover, during the last months the Group has been working in strengthening the older delegations through the opening of subsidiary offices in Italy, Germany and France. The company aims to achieve a new standard of success in Europe with the opening of new office in Stockholm, which will help consolidate our presence within Europe.
Venair’s efforts in 2017 will focus on capitalizing on our success in America. Today, Venair operates three delegations in Miami, California and Philadelphia while also being present in Brazil and, more recently, Mexico. This is on top of our plans to reach new destinies such as Colombia and Chile.
Venair Group management has expressed its satisfaction with international growth along 2015. “However, there is still much hard work to do”, says Andreu. Facing 2017, the Group envisions ending 2017 with a total of 25 delegations in 17 countries.