What could be more rewarding than seeing your company grow beyond borders?
This series of Businesss Culture Workshops gives you the chance to learn about a markets culture before visiting, making sure you make the best impression and start your business relationship off on the right foot.
The masterclasses will cover:
What could be more rewarding than seeing your company grow beyond borders...
China is often perceived as being a “difficult” market for a variety of reasons, but cultural differences are often cited as one of the main areas of concern.
The purpose of this Chinese Business Culture Training is to provide delegates with an awareness of China and Chinese business culture and an insight into how misunderstandings can arise (and be overcome) during business interactions with Chinese people. Delegates will also learn about practical skills that can make business interactions with China more successful.
CBBC’s mix of UK and Chinese staff also make it well placed to identify and communicate cultural differences and pass on practical observations, strategies and straight forward tips.
This half-day training session, organised and delivered by the China British Business Council (CBBC) in partnership with the Department for International Trade (DIT) to maximise your potential to succeed in China, will provide attendees with:
This session is aimed particularly at those companies on the verge of exporting to China for the first time or those looking to increase their China business
If you would like any additional information prior to registering you can contact our dedicated Language & Culture specialist, as detailed below:
Gerti Willis AMIEx | Communication & Culture Adviser Tel: +44 (0)121 607 1942 M: 07971 144070 E-mail: email@example.com
PLEASE CHECK THAT YOU ARE ELIGIBLE BEFORE REGISTERING:
This event is funded by West Midlands Chambers of Commerce’s ERDF SME International Growth Project and we therefore require attendees to complete and submit this simple online form unless your firm has done so already. In order to attend you must be an SME registered within the West Midlands. On receipt of this we will process your place on the workshop.