Monday, October 03, 2011

Article of Interest: How to Do Business in China

Nanjing, China
At some point with a business, you look at how to achieve greater and faster growth without breaking the bank.  Expanding internationally is a wise choice.

Below, Inc. Magazine contributor David Freeman makes a solid case for doing business in China.  Although China is a complicated and a frustrating market to enter (definitely not for the timid business owner), it does offer unlimited upside growth potential for a business. After all, we are talking about selling to more than 1.3 billion consumers.

Read:  How to Break Into China

For additional help in going global or entering China, visit: Import and Export Guide site, The Global Small Business Blog and Women Entrepreneurs GROW Global (full disclosure: Laurel Delaney manages these sites).

Posted by:  Women Presidents' Organization Chicago

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