Resources and Information

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Getting Started

Holds advice on the basics of starting out in China business, covering issues like: Due Diligence, Language, Marketing & Branding, Intellectual Property Rights, Getting Paid & Financial Issues, Management, Control & Quality Assurance, Bribery & Corruption, Scams: How to Avoid Them and the Certifications and Standards required for exporting goods to China.

 

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Know the Market

The first step for business in China is to know the market. You need to understand the initial questions you should consider. This section has advice to get you started. Like how to choose the right location, how to choose the best way to access the market, what are the first steps to take when doing business in China and when you should to talk to an expert.

 

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Setting up in China

Setting up in China presents companies with a range of options including using agents or distributors, having your own presence on the ground, opening representative Offices, working with a local partner to establish Joint Ventures or incorporation of a Wholly Foreign-Owned. This section covers the basic information you need to know for each choice. As well as tackling recruitment in China.

 

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CBBC produces a number of sectoral reports. These can give you information to help you understand the Chinese market and how your business can make best use of it. This section contains guides to understanding the new Chinese middle class consumers and E-commerce in China, a report on Wuhan as one of China’s emerging economic hubs and a regional cities guide, among others.

 

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The best way SMEs can prepare for the Chinese market is to learn from like-minded companies already doing business there. The following case studies and interviews are useful insights into the common challenges faced by British firms in China, as well as how companies can overcome these difficulties. - See more at: http://www.cbbc.org/services/resources/case-studies-sme-interviews/#sthash.x5ulN0sy.dpuf
The best way SMEs can prepare for the Chinese market is to learn from like-minded companies already doing business there. The following case studies and interviews are useful insights into the common challenges faced by British firms in China, as well as how companies can overcome these difficulties. - See more at: http://www.cbbc.org/services/resources/case-studies-sme-interviews/#sthash.x5ulN0sy.dpuf

The best way SMEs can prepare for the Chinese market is to learn from like-minded companies already doing business there. The following case studies and interviews with CBBC member companies are useful insights into the common challenges faced by British firms in China, as well as how companies can overcome these difficulties.

 

 

Lauren.jpgFor any general business enquiry contact:

Lauren Hume

Tel: +44 (0)20 7802 2000