The Joint Venture Handbook
JVs were once the domain of international market entry – a "necessary evil" to comply with restrictions on foreign ownership. In so doing, they also afforded access to local expertise and enabled companies to effectively "trial" a foreign market entry with a smaller commitment of resources – and with a natural exit option in the event that the trial failed.
However, the nature of JVs has changed. Previously in decline, we have seen a new surge in collaborative deals in many sectors and countries, with the goal to gain access to positional assets, organizational capabilities and technologies, to gain scale, or to syndicate risk and capital.
JV success is as much about finding an attractive opportunity as it is about – deal design, design of the operating model and implementation. In this handbook, IHS consultants share their perspectives based on their research, empirical data and their field experience, helping you structure successful deals for your organization.
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