How Small Companies Can Do Business in China
December 15, 2008: 6:30 PM - 8:45 PM
How can a smaller company obtain the knowledge and ability to tap the huge market in China? Three experts in assisting smaller U.S. companies to do business in China tell you how to succeed.
Illinois Institute of Technology -- Wheaton, IL Campus
First Floor Lobby
201 East Loop Road
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$25.00 to public; $20.00 for Chicago Booth alumni/students/faculty.
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Bill Wentz,'88, [XP-57] or Mary Brown
Coordinator, Entrepreneurial Roundtable
A U.S. citizen, Jon Anderson lives and works in China assisting companies both large and small to market their products and services to the largest nation in the world. Jeffrey Day assists middle-market companies in entering China and other Asian markets. Louise Kern has over 20 years of international experience and founded Globis in 2003 to advise small and mid-sized companies expanding internationally.
Come to learn how even small and mid-sized businesses can sell into China:
• The characteristics of the Chinese market
• Keys to success in marketing products/services into China
• What companies have been most successful and why
• Where to go to learn more and to obtain assistance
• How to select and qualify potential partners
• How to develop suppliers
• How to protect your company from fraud