Doing Business in China

By March 1, 2006General

Let’s face it, that is a scary phrase for more than a few U.S. businesses. It’s not the easiest venue for sure, and there are risks. But there are also real profits to be made by savvy players who know the ins and outs and pitfalls to avoid as well as where to get good assistance every step of the way. Like to learn their secrets?

The U.S. Department of Commerce has teamed up with private sector industry experts to offer workshops across the country in the coming months to give you the help you need. Managing Risk and Preparing Realistic China Strategies in 2006 and Beyond workshops let you hear from foreign service commercial officers who have spent years working in the China market, business pros, and local exporters with real life stories – what they did right, what they did wrong, how they profited. You’ll find out how to access the world’s largest market successfully, plan your intellectual property strategy, the best sales prospects for your products, and how to put the U.S. government to work for your success in China.

Interested? Click here for more information.

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  • Judy Ebner says:

    Your timing is excellent! NAM and the U.S. Commercial Service, U.S. Deparatment of Commerce, are co-sponsoring a free web seminar on doing business with China next Monday, March 20, at 2 pm EST. The free webinar will feature Craig Allen, Senior Commercial Officer at U.S. Embassy Beijing. You’ll be able to ask your questions live at that time. Here’s a link to register:

    If you’re attending National Manufacturing Week in Chicago next week, be sure to attend Craig’s seminar at 11 am on Wednesday the 22nd. Craig and
    Jim Mathews, director of the Washington, DC, China Business Information Center, will also be available in booth #17000 for individual, one-on-one counseling sessions on March 22 and 23. Sign up soon – appointments are limited. Here’s a link to register for your appointment with Craig or Jim: Another resource for a wealth of information on all aspects of doing business with China is

    Best regards,

    Judy Rolph Ebner
    U.S. Commercial Service
    Senior Advisor for Trade Promotion
    National Association of Manufacturers (202) 637-3149

  • Brooke Cowen says:

    would just like to know a bit about the way china conducts business. in relation with culture differences, language differences compared to Australia’s way of conducting business. and what sort of agencies are available for support in beijing?