What Is The S&P Licensing Support Program?
In summary, Schweiger & Partners provides B2B support for services that are licensed out by you, our client.
These licensed services are provided to your licensees’ end customers who often are consumers. The services are provided at your licensees’ business premises. Hence, our Licensing Support Program supports the relationships between your licensees and their customers.
What Do I Get Out From The S&P Licensing Support Program?
Your own business will get two things out from our Licensing Support program: more direct customers for your own business, and licensing partners who pay for using your technology. Your licensees in turn will – by providing your licensed services – get more revenues from which they can pay license fees to you.
You can even send new customers to your licensees. And you can develop your license system into a proper Franchising system. This is how a franchising system is set up the right way. From bottom to top, and not the other way around!
Case Study 1: S&P Licensing Support program for Jenny Xu
Our licensing support program empowers Jenny Xu and EyebrowEmbroidery.com to broaden their scope of services, without any risk involved for both sides.
We are helping Jenny Xu to identify partners who would like to license her eyebrow embroidery methods. You should have a professional esthetic, beauty, or wellness practice with happy clients. And you believe that Jenny Xu’s methods and technologies are what you want to offer to your own clients. Jenny Xu will let you look over her shoulder and show you how you can do better eyebrow embroidery, and thereby be more successful in your own business.
Check out Jenny Xu’s website, start here: https://eyebrowembroidery.com/licensing-partners/
Case Study 2: S&P Licensing Support program for Shuidihao Melatonin
We support Medidest Enterprise Pte. Ltd. with importing and selling a unique melatonin product from Europe in Singapore, inclusive obtaining all product and advertisement licenses.
We are helping Medidest Enterprise to identify trade partners who would like to sell that melatonin product in Singapore and the ASEAN region.
Check out the Shuidihao.sg product website here: https://shuidihao.sg/
Case Study 3: S&P Licensing Support program for 2B4U BagCheck lamps
2B4U Pte. Ltd. is a local company in Singapore that develops and exports novel handbag lamps to countries overseas, especially to the USA and to Europe (Austria and Germany). We are helping 2B4U to identify trade partners who would like to sell that product there.
We also have been helping 2B4U to source parts and packaging modules in China and Malaysia, as well as local factories for final assembly of the lamps.
A further service is sourcing services for providing Freedom-to-Operate for 2B4U’s business operations in Europe.
Case Study 4: S&P Licensing Support program for Triple A Industries
Triple A Industries Pte. Ltd. is an international company that is headquartered in Singapore, with offices and representatives all over Europe and Asia. Triple A Industries is into trading modern materials in the form of alloys and composites that are used in the aircraft industry. We have helped Triple A Industries to set up the initial seed company in Singapore which is today the headquarter of the company.
Triple A Industries’ website is found here: http://triplea.tech/
Here is a powerful testimonial of Triple A Industries’ founder, Mr. Frank Genin:
“Martin’s team has helped us efficiently in setting up a fully operative company in Singapore within only weeks, inclusive of obtaining bank accounts and a work permit for a director from Europe. This sounds like a straightforward task, but it is surprisingly not.
Martin leveraged on his local network of business service providers and rushed them through the process so that everything was set on a “fast track”.
That was expensive but a hundred percent worth it.
I highly recommended their speed results and quality of service!”
Case Study 5: S&P Licensing Support program for Qatent
Qatent is a French company that has developed a technology that uses Natural Language Generation and machine learning to write better patents faster.
We are helping Qatent with sales and marketing to find new clients who would use Qatent’s technology to draft patents.
Check out Qatent’s website here: qatent.com