All Services Capital Sourcing and M&A Looking for investment from Asia? Need help to secure an Asian buyer of your business? Or perhaps you want to identify strategic partners to gain access to Asian markets? Our specialists in China, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan can help identify potential investors and make introductions to the most interesting candidates, arranging for you to visit or – during coronavirus travel restrictions – bringing you in via video conference. We can support you through the evaluation and due diligence stages, right the way through to final deal closure. We can also help you identify acquisition targets in Asia or look for buyers for your business. To learn more about how we can help you source capital or strike an M&A deal in Asia, please get in touch. Client stories Previous Next Photonic printing Batteries Technology:Phototonic printing systems Market:Japan Targets:Laser system makers, consumer goods/packaging manufacturers Result:7-figure investment by Japanese corporate SATO & JV to drive APAC sales DataLase tasked Intralink with engaging leading Japanese laser manufacturers and to drive direct sales with large, strategic end-customers across consumer goods and packaging. We helped Datalase develop its relationship with SATO and secured a 7-figure investment. We then supported Datalase in defining and negotiating the key terms of an acquisition by SATO. Technology:All-solid-state EV batteries Objective:Secure Series-A investment Targets:Battery, sub-system & materials firms Result:Investment from Sanoh Industrial Solid Power is a Colorado-based developer of all-solid-state EV batteries. The company brought us on board to engage potential investors in Japan and China as part of its $20M Series A fundraising roadshow. We engaged 200 Asian corporations before taking Solid Power to meet a shortlist of 40 over two weeks in China and Japan. We ultimately secured an investment of $4M USD from Sanoh Industrial, a major Japanese producer of powertrain and fuel injector technologies. "For entry into the Chinese market, look before you leap. Use Intralink as your binoculars."