About Market Research Mongolia

Our company thrives in understanding the Mongolian terrain best, especially at a stage where its marketplace is on its way to be dubbed the next “Asian Tiger”. Mongolia has likely become the world’s second fastest growing economy in 2010 in terms of Nominal GDP growth rate, positioning it favorably for both manufacturers and investors.  With a growth rate of 44% y-o-y in 2010, Mongolia is fast becoming a contender on the stage of emerging economies worth participating in. Our team excels in tracking and understanding Mongolian market trends and activities. We specialize in key industries that drive the Mongolian economy and advise clients on how best to participate in one of the world's fastest growing economies.

At Solidiance, we aim to give our clients the reassurance of having acquired the proper knowledge of the Mongolian market, as well as having developed the right strategy to successfully integrate their businesses.

To be more specific, our core expertise includes mining, agriculture, heavy industries, telecommunications, green technology and healthcare.


Pilar Dieter

Pilar is Principal for the China office. Prior to joining Solidiance, Pilar has served as an advisor to Fortune 500 seeking process improvements and growth opportunities for the past 14 years. She has advised multinational companies such as Corning, Honeywell, Applied Materials, Steelcase, and Harley-Davidson. She has been based in China for the past 5 years, where she most recently was Senior Director for a Global Strategy Consultancy in Shanghai.  Pilar graduated from the University of California at Los Angeles and holds an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. 






Some of our staff

Allen Lee

Allen is Manager in the China office. Prior to joining our company three years ago, Allen worked for several years in Consulting at McKinsey. Subsequently, Allen started his own venture, advising international clients on market entry and product launch strategies in China for health products.  Allen has worked for many multinationals, advising on Pan-China strategies. Clients include Philips lighting, Covidien, Monier, Rockwell, Alghanim industries, Bluescope, IBM, American Express, Alcatel. Allen holds a Bachelor Degree in Finance from Fudan University, Shanghai, and a certificate from Harvard Business School’s Executive Education Program.


Batkhuyag previously worked for 3 years as research analyst in Bank of China. He has succesfully conducted quantitative analyses of information, monitored developments in the financial field, and informed investment decisions by analyzing financial information to forecast business, industry or economic conditions. Batkhuyag holds a Bachelor's degree in Economics and Finance from Tsinghua University in China.