Continuing its expansion strategy across the South East Asia region, Infinite Sum has announced the opening of a new entity (Infinite Sum Thailand Ltd) and office in Bangkok, Thailand.
Over the past twelve months, Infinite Sum North American and European clients have significantly increased their use of Thailand based manufacturing suppliers, as many of them diversify their offshore sourcing and minimize the risk of over-reliance on China and other countries in the region.
In recent years, Infinite Sum has provided specialized sourcing and supplier management services to support our existing clients’ interests in Thailand through our Vietnam office, which has provided the majority of our staffing needs to deliver our project commitments.
“The new Bangkok office is being opened to support the fast-growing need that our existing clients have for our global sourcing and supplier management services in Thailand,” said Jack Yao, Senior Director Asia Operations at Infinite Sum. “While we will continue to utilize staff from our already existing South East Asia offices including China, India, Vietnam and Hong Kong to support Thailand, we have aggressively started hiring and training Thailand based staff to help our company aggressively ramp up and grow to meet our client expectations in Thailand in 2019 and beyond”.
About Infinite Sum
Infinite Sum is a global management consulting firm made up of experienced business executives and consultants that deliver immediate and long-term solutions and real profit to our clients. Since 1993, we have been retained as consultants and trusted partners to many clients ranging from fortune 500s to some with revenues of less than $100m.
Combining deep industry knowledge with specialized expertise in global sourcing, operations consulting and international market development and sales solutions we advise our clients on their most critical issues and opportunities relating to their global initiatives. We provide this advice and support across numerous industries and geographies, with particular emphasis on emerging markets.