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October 2017 Archives

U.S. businesses and market access concerns regarding China

Pursuing opportunities in China can have many complex aspects for U.S. companies. So, there are many concerns owners of such businesses may have in connection to doing business in China. This includes worries about how legal issues and disputes that come up for their company in China will impact their company in the present and the future.

The difficulties of protecting IP rights in China

With a population in excess of 1.3 billion people, China is the most populated country in the world.  It also has one of the fastest growing economies and is continuing to see an improvement in infrastructure, education, and overall technology.  Because of this, China would be a great place for any business to operator or sell its products.

U.S. investigating IP in China

Following the United States Government move to investigate China's involvement in the theft of intellectual property, a lot of speculations have been cast on its impact on small businesses with IP rights. We have looked at the possible outcome scenarios of the move. If you are interested in doing business in China, you are at the right place to learn a few tips and ideas that you may need to succeed. Information is crucial for the success of every business.

Common obstacles for new businesses in China

The Asian markets present a golden opportunity for businesses looking to expand. This area has a tremendous number of people who represent an avenue for new customer acquisition in addition to having a significant amount of technological advancement in recent decades. With these points in mind, a myriad of businesses are looking to expand their base by opening up branches in China; however, there are several obstacles and misconceptions that business executives and leaders should remember before laying the groundwork for this expansion process.

Etiquette tips for doing business in China

It's challenging to do business in a different country with different customs. This is especially true if you're doing business in China. Chinese people place a great deal of emphasis on etiquette and correct behavior, so if you want to close a big deal, you'll need to be aware of the nuances of Chinese business culture. Here are a few dos and don'ts for your next business trip to China.

Survey points to Chinese consumers having a fair level of trust in IoT devices

New technologies can carry all kinds of new potential capabilities. Consumers from different countries can vary considerably in what concerns and level of trust they have when it comes to such capabilities.

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