Sunday January 19, 2020

Tips to smooth your path in China

Doing business in China is completely different from doing business in Ireland, or anywhere else in the west.

18th March, 2006

Doing business in China is completely different from doing business in Ireland, or anywhere else in the west.

Before the MBA students left Dublin for Shanghai, Victor Huang, who advises businesses through his company, China Opportunities, outlined his top tips for Irish entrepreneurs.

First, bring plenty of business cards, making sure that one side is in English and the other in Chinese. Include your professional title if you are senior enough to make decisions.

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