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JuliusHuett Affiliate Programme 2013
JuliusHuett Affiliate Programme 2013
JuliusHuett Affiliate Programme 2013
JuliusHuett Affiliate Programme 2013
JuliusHuett Affiliate Programme 2013
JuliusHuett Affiliate Programme 2013
JuliusHuett Affiliate Programme 2013
JuliusHuett Affiliate Programme 2013
JuliusHuett Affiliate Programme 2013
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This is the brand new 'Affiliate Programme' launched by JuliusHuett today, Monday 8th April 2013. This Programme is for those who would like to join us on our journey to becoming a truly unique, …

This is the brand new 'Affiliate Programme' launched by JuliusHuett today, Monday 8th April 2013. This Programme is for those who would like to join us on our journey to becoming a truly unique, specialised consultancy for those wanting to enter the Southeast Asia markets, more precisely in INDONESIA.

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  1. 2013 AFFILIATE PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT CONSULTING INTERIM MANAGEMENT MARKET & BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE STRATEGIC SOURCING© 2012 JULIUS HUETT CONSULTANCU LIMITED. SPECIALISED CONSULTANCY FOR SOUTHEAST ASIA
  2. JuliusHuett®Consultancy, established in February 2012, is a consultancy firm providing Management & Business Consulting, Interim Management as well as Market & Business Intelligence Services to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), but also large corporations such as US Fortune 500 companies wishing to enter, improve or turnaround their businesses in the emerging markets of Southeast Asia, in particular Indonesia. In due course, we will be also offering services in Strategic Sourcing. MANAGEMENT CONSULTING Helping organizations to improve their performance, primarily through the analysis of existing organizational problems and development of plans for improvement. Organizations may draw upon the services of JuliusHuett®Consultancy for a number of reasons, including gaining external (and presumably objective) advice and access to our specialized expertise in manufacturing industries in emerging markets. JuliusHuett®Consultancy provides organizational change management assistance, devel- opment of coaching skills, technology implementation, strategy development, or operational improvement services. INTERIM MANAGEMENT (iCEO™) JuliusHuett®Consultancy provides temporary provision of management resources and skills, so called ‘Interim Manage- ment Services’ which can be seen as the short-term assignment Julius Huett | 1908 - 1990 to manage a period of transition, crisis or change within an Grandfather and Inventor organization. MARKET & BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE Market intelligence is the information relevant to a company’s markets, gathered and analyzed specifically for the purpose of accurate and confident decision-making in determining market opportunity, market penetration strategy, and market develop- ment metrics. Business Intelligence refers to skills, processes, technologies, applications and practices used to support decision-making. Business Intelligence often aims to support better business decision-making and as such can be defined as a decision support system. With this Affiliation Programme, we are opening ourselves to let other talented partners to participate on our journey to becom- ing one of the very unique, specialised consultancy firms with strong focus within the Southeast Asian region, more precisely Indonesia. We are looking forward to hearing from you. Yours sincerely, MATTHIAS W STROBEL PRESIDENT & CEO2|
  3. FACTS OF INDONESIA SOUND ECONOMY With the GDP expected to reach US$ 1trillion this year, Indonesia is the largest economy in Southeast Asia. Much less affected by the global financial crisis compared to its neighboring countries, Indonesia’s economy grew by 6.3% in the first semester of 2012, making it the fastest growing G20 economy after China. Indone- sia grew by 6.5% in 2011and is expected to grow by 6.3% this year, providing a case for the country’s inclusion in the so-called BRIC economies. Future economic expansion is expected to include more inclusive growth as nominal per-capita GDP is expected to quadruple by 2020, according to a Standard Chartered report. A large part of our economic success is a result of prudent fiscal stewardship that focused on reducing the debt burden.Real GDP Growth Indonesia’s debt to GDP ratio has steadily declined from 83% in 2001 to less than 25% by the end of 2011, the lowest among ASEAN countries, aside from Singapore which has no govern- ment debt. As a result, by early this year, Moody’s and Fitch had uplifted Indonesia’s credit rating to investment grade status. The rating reflects Indonesia’s resilience to the global financial crisis, improving government and external credit-metrics, and an ability to manage domestic political challenges to the reform agenda. Economically strong, politically stable and reform minded, Indonesia is an emerging global powerhouse in Asia. BURGEONING DOMESTIC MARKET Having the 4th largest population in the world, Indonesia has a large domestic market to offer, over 53% of which lives in urban areas and adopts a modern lifestyle. A growing and affluent middle class supports GDP growth with approximately 56.7% ofTotal Debt / GDP GDP accounting for private consumption in 2010; while Consumer Confidence in Indonesia is at an all-time high, consist- ently reaching over 110 points until May 2011. The service sector in Indonesia has also grown over 16% points from 1998 to 2009 and continued to grow at a pace of 6% in 2010 from the previous year. These statistics fare well for many industries, including retail and consumer products, food processing, as well as the automotive industry.Realised Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) |3
  4. FACTS OF INDONESIA TOP 20 INVESTORS (2012) 1 Singapore 4,856.4 2 Japan 2,456.9 3 South Korea 1,949.7 4 United States of America 1,238.3 5 Mauritius 1,058.8 6 Netherlands 0,966.5 7 United Kingdom 0,934.4 8 British Virgin Islands 0,855.9 9 Australia 0,743.6 10 Taiwan 0,646.9 11 Malaysia 0,529.6 12 Hong Kong (SAR) 0,309.6 13 Switzerland 0,255.1 14 France 0,158.7 15 People’s Republic of China 0,141.0 16 Seychelles 0,136.2 17 Luxembourg 0,098.0 18 India 0,078.1 19 Germany 0,075.8 20 Thailand 0,068.0 in Million US$ 3% 2% Organic Copper Chemical 4% Clothes 4% Paper 28% 7% Minerals, Fuels Machinery and Oils 5% Ores, Slag and Ash 12% Electrical Equipment 23% Fats, Oils and Waxes 12% Rubber & Rubber Articles Top 10 Export Markets 20124|
  5. FACTS OF INDONESIAINDONESIAN MARKETS STRATEGIC LOCATION ANDThe industry sector is the economys largest and accounts for EXPANDING GLOBAL INFLUENCE46.4% of GDP (2010), this is followed by services (37.1%) and Indonesia lies at the intersection of the Pacific Ocean, along theagriculture (16.5%). However, since 2010, the service sector has Malacca Straits and the Indian Ocean. Over half of all interna-employed more people than other sectors, accounting for 48.9% tional shipping goes through Indonesian waters. Increasingly,of the total labor force, this has been followed by agriculture Indonesia is playing a more dominant role in global affairs. It is(38.3%) and industry (12.8%). Agriculture, however, had been the Southeast Asia’s only member of the G-20 and an active voice forcountrys largest employer for centuries. developing world’s concerns. Standard Chartered sees Indonesia’s inclusion in the G-7 by 2030, projecting thatAccording to World Trade Organization data, Indonesia was the Indonesia’s economy could be the 10th largest in 2020 and the27th biggest exporting country in the world in 2010, moving up 5th largest in 2030.three places from a year before. Indonesias main export markets(2009) are Japan (17.28%), Singapore (11.29%), the United States Indonesia has also become part of a new grouping called(10.81%), and China (7.62%). The major suppliers of imports to “Growth Markets” by Goldman Sachs’ Jim O’Neill, the man whoIndonesia are Singapore (24.96%), China (12.52%), and Japan coined the term BRIC. The Growth Markets grouping includes(8.92%). In 2005, Indonesia ran a trade surplus with export four countries (Indonesia, South Korea, Mexico and Turkey) eachrevenues of US$83.64 billion and import expenditure of representing 1% of the total world’s GDP.US$62.02 billion. The country has extensive natural resources,including crude oil, natural gas, tin, copper, and gold. Indonesias Being the current chair and a leading member of ASEAN, Indone-major imports include machinery and equipment, chemicals, sia shapes integrative approaches in the region for security, tradefuels, and foodstuffs. And the countrys major export commodi- and commerce, and will be the integral part of the ASEANties include oil and gas, electrical appliances, plywood, rubber, Economic Community in 2015.and textiles. Finally, Indonesia is emerging as a key player on cross-cutting international policy issues as climate change and the global INDONESIA - THE HIGHLIGHTS financial architecture, which will have direct and indirect impacts on business and investment decisions. > POPULATION OF APPROX. 242 MILLION > 4TH LARGEST ECONOMY IN THE WORLD > 3RD LARGEST ECONOMY IN ASIA AFTER CHINA AND JAPAN |5
  6. THE IDEA BEHIND JULIUS HUETT United Kingdom (HQs) Indonesia THINK GLOBAL. ACT LOCAL. COOPERATION JuliusHuett®Consultancy provides services for JuliusHuett and INDOSIGHT - the Jakarta-based consul- > MANAGEMENT CONSULTING tancy firm providing > INTERIM MANAGEMENT services to foreign compa- > MARKET & BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE nies entering or expanding in Indonesia - have recently to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), but also large signed a LOI to form a corporations such as US Fortune 500 companies wishing to cooperation. enter, improve or turnaround their businesses in the emerging markets of Southeast Asia, in particular Indonesia. In due course, INDOSIGHT is a specialist for we will be also offering services in Strategic Sourcing. Incorporation, Market Studies, Local Representa- tion as well as Back Office Support. This cooperation will finally complement JuliusHuett’s full-service- package to companies wishing to enter the market in Indonesia, with equally same benefits for INDOSIGHT in utilising JuliusHuetts services. For more information please visit www.indosight.com6|
  7. THE CONTINENTIAL AFFILIATES NETWORK 4 1 5 3 2 6 ASIA China, Hong Kong, AFRICA South Korea, Japan, South Taiwan, India, Africa Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand EUROPE Germany, France, United Kingdom, SOUTH AMERICA AUSTRALIA Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, and VenezuelaNORTH AMERICAUSA, Canadaand Mexico *Underlined countries are priorities in 2013 |7
  8. RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES PHASE 1 PHASE 2 (from 2014) CLIENT A CLIENT B HQ HQ CLIENT ACQUISITION in the assigned region. JuliusHuett JuliusHuett Associate Associate COMMUNICATION TO JULIUSHUETT with all required paper- work, project data COMMUNICATION TO CLIENT & PROJECT HANDLING in Indonesia CLIENT A8|
  9. AFFILIATE MARKETINGWebsite LinkedIn Twitter MANAGEMENT & BUSINESS CONSULTING INTERIM MANAGEMENT MARKET INTELLIGENCE STRATEGIC SOURCING Online AD Campaigns, SEO FIRSTNAME LASTNAME JULIUS HUETT CONSULTANCY LIMITED ASSOCIATE | PARTNER JULIUS HUETT CONSULTANCY INDONESIA 6 LANGDALE COURT | WITNEY | OXFORDSHIRE | UK | OX28 6FG OFFICE 8 | LEVEL 18-A | JL. JEND SUDIRMAN KAV. 51-53 T: +44 (0)7506 722163 E: INFO@JULIUSHUETT.COM W: JULIUSHUETT.COM SUDIRMAN CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT (SCBD) REGISTERED IN ENGLAND AND WALES NO. 7970666 | VAT. REG. NO.: 131 7903 27 JAKARTA | SELATAN | 10310 | INDONESIA | T: +62 (0812) 12 556861 JULIUS HUETT CONSULTANCY LIMITED 6 LANGDALE COURT | WITNEY | OXFORDSHIRE | UK | OX28 6FG T: +44 (0)7506 722163 E: FIRSTNAME.LASTNAME@JULIUSHUETT.COM W: JULIUSHUETT.COMStationary JULIUS HUETT CONSULTANCY INDONESIA OFFICE 8 | LEVEL 18-A | JL. JEND SUDIRMAN KAV. 51-53 SUDIRMAN CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT (SCBD) JAKARTA | SELATAN | 10310 | INDONESIA | T: +62 (0812) 12 556861 |9
  10. TERMS & CONDITIONS 1 JOINING FEE This is a one-off administration fee to cover set up costs as well as your production of business cards, setting up your own JuliusH- uett email account. The fee is £500 + VAT (UK only) or US$750 to be paid by registra- tion. You will receive an invoice. 2 COMMISSION You will receive commission on all business generated in Indone- sia from your acquired client in your affiliate territory. The commission is 10% on net billing (fees only, expenses and other additional handling costs are not included) and will be paid to you upon clients payment receipt. With consulting fees varying from US$ 1,000.00 to over US$2,400.00 per day (depending on project) there is substantial commission to be made for you. 3 INCOME FROM DIRECT REGIONAL PROJECTS From 2014, JuliusHuett will expand its services and offers to other countries, in particular the country you are already assigned for. This would mean, that you as affiliate will be able to not only generate business in your territory for Indonesia (ASEAN) but to handle projects directly in your region. JuliusHuett will ask for a commission on fees created by you. More details soon. IF YOU WANT TO DISCUSS THIS IN MORE DETAIL, PLEASE CALL US ON +812 12 556 861 OR SEND US AN EMAIL AT AFFILIATES@JULIUSHUETT.COM10 |
  11. DIVERSIFICATIONPRIVATE EQUITYIt is our aim to constantly watch out for promising investmentopportunities. In fact, many of our assignments consist of usobtaining shares in our clients business as part of our fee andremuneration arrangements.JuliusHuett Private Equity, which will be an entire independentventure based on London, UK, will make it its goal to providefunding capital to promising business and entrepreneur who willotherwise not see their idea going any further.Further information about will follow in due course. | 11
  12. CONTACTJULIUS HUETT CONSULTANCY INDONESIAOFFICE 8 | LEVEL 18-A | JL. JEND SUDIRMAN KAV. 51-53SUDIRMAN CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT (SCBD)JAKARTA | SELATAN | 10310 | INDONESIA | T: +62 (0812) 12 556861JULIUS HUETT CONSULTANCY LIMITED6 LANGDALE COURT | WITNEY | OXFORDSHIRE | UK | OX28 6FGT: +44 (0)7506 722163 E: INFO@JULIUSHUETT.COM W: JULIUSHUETT.COMREGISTERED IN ENGLAND AND WALES NO. 7970666 | VAT. REG. NO.: 131 7903 27 © 2012 JULIUS HUETT CONSULTANCU LIMITED. JULIUS HUETT IS REGISTERED TRADEMARK NO. 2587834. | VAT. REG. NO.: 131 7903 27 TO APPLY PLEASE CONTACT US BY USING ABOVE DETAILS OR SEND US AN EMAIL AT AFFILIATES@JULIUSHUETT.COM WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO HEARING FROM YOU.

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