Interim Management in Asia
The interim management company MANAGERIM offers you interim managers in Asia (Japan, China, India, South Korea, Indonesia…)
All of our interim managers were carefully selected through a rigorous and demanding process.
Find an interim manager in Asia
Many companies of all sizes (start-ups, SMEs, midcaps, large groups, investment funds) and all sectors (industry, retail, services, etc.), based in Asia, face emergency situations or the need to rapidly transform.
Interim management is now recognized as a managerial solution to meet such challenges and drive change.
Contact MANAGERIM, your interim management company to mobilize an interim manager in Asia
MANAGERIM, an expert interim management company, rapidly mobilizes the interim manager with the profile best suited for each situation for its clients in Asia (Japan, China, India, South Korea, Indonesia…)
Our interim managers have developed a solid track record of intervention in various situations in:
- relay/interim management - replacement of a manager on short notice
- operational reinforcement
- project management
- performance improvement
- process optimization
- crisis management
- restructuring and turnaround
- transformation management
- growth acceleration
- launch of a new activity
- integration of an acquisition
- managing a carve out
- company digitalization
Our vast community of experts brings together interim managers, executives and leaders in all functions of the company, in top and middle management and in diverse sectors of activity.
Our interim managers are men and women selected after a rigorous and demanding process, as much for their expertise as for their interpersonal skills.
Economic dynamism in Asia
The largest economies in Asia are China, Japan, India, South Korea and Indonesia. China is the second largest country in the world by nominal gross domestic product (GDP), behind the United States. The country’s workforce is made up of 800 million people.
- Agriculture accounts for 30% of the workforce in 2020 but only 10% of the GDP.
- The industry employs about 30% of the workforce and is the most productive sector, accounting for almost 50% of the GDP.
- China’s economy has generated huge trade surpluses that give China foreign exchange reserves that allow the country to have considerable financial power on the international stage.
Japan is the world’s third largest economy. The Japanese economy is mainly a service economy with, however, a powerful industry with automotive and transport equipment, shipbuilding, electronics and optics.
India is the second most populated country, and in 2022, the 5th largest economy in the world. India is the world’s fourth largest agricultural producer; its agri-food trade balance is in surplus. The mining industry is very strong with coal, lignite and iron which allow India to be the 8th largest steel producer in the world. The IT sector is essential with hubs for software production, advanced hardware and data entry.
South Korea is the world’s tenth largest economy. It ranks first in the world for consumer electronics, automotive manufacturing and the steel industry.
Indonesia with an estimated population of 270 million is the fourth most populated country in the world. Its foreign trade is mainly based on mining production (coal, nickel, oil) and the agricultural sector (wood, palm oil).