USA - Trade Promotion
Address: 2316 Arbor St. Houston, TX 77004 USA
Members: Bruno Tateossian
Tel: +1 832 516 8125
Founded in 2002, Ouino Consulting is an international strategy and business development firm located in Houston, Texas. Their client list includes companies and organizations from Europe, Africa and Asia.
Among their activities the company provides business and trade consulting, conducts market research and provides commercial feasibility analyses. They provide a complete market analysis including trends, competition, distribution options and regulatory obligations in order to identify and quantify business opportunities. Market research will include a SWOT analysis and will provide quantifiable conclusions on the feasibility of market entry, the time needed to penetrate the market and profit.
In the area of business partner searches, the firm is a master networker, constantly exchanging ideas and information with industry leaders in a variety of fields. Ouino is a diverse team of professionals who will work to research and cultivate contacts to address client issues. From their base in Texas they provide full coverage for accessing the benefits of doing business in the U.S.
Bruno Tateossian began his career in Montreal setting up and managing the Canadian office for the Paris Region Economic Development Agency. Between 1995 and 1997, Bruno identified over 30 investment projects and assisted many companies in defining and implementing their European development strategies. Bruno then moved to Houston, Texas to become Vice President for the Invest in France Agency. Bruno's responsibilities included developing and maintaining relationships with key accounts, delivering customized solutions to clients and leading the North American team in prospecting the “key technologies of the future”. Bruno founded Ouino Consulting in 2002 to offer trade development and FDI services to companies and government organizations. A native of France, Bruno earned his Master of International Management from the Clermont Graduate School of Management where he was a Calouste Gulbenkian scholar, following a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.