Practical Support.

Our Practical Support is designed to underpin your day-to-day operations in China and avoid pitfalls that can beset the unwary caused by cultural or language differences. Working with a bi-cultural team who understand every aspect of undertaking business in China, you will find that increasing your presence and success in China is no longer a stressful experience.

Our Practical Support includes:
ChinaHELPDESK

  • China Import Licenses and Certificates
  • Import & Export Support
  • China Visits and meetings
  • Ad hoc Assistance

ChinaSETUP

  • -Registration of Representative Office
  • -WOFE License Application
  • -Visas and Work Permits

“China Business Solutions helped with the set up of a Representative Office in Shanghai and liaised with all the relevant Chinese authorities and made this happen for us in a short timeframe. They continue to assist us with HR and legislative issues and are seen as a valuable part of our business.” Sourcing Manager, Aztec Global Sourcing

ChinaBRIDGE

  • -Translation and Interpretation
  • -Website Localisation

“China Business Solutions understands the nuances and subtleties required to make any business and social interaction with the Chinese successful. It?s good to have someone like that in your corner.”  CEO, Antonov Technology

For more information to engage our Practical Support services and enjoy the benefits already expressed by some of our satisfied clients, click here or call us now on +44 (0)1223 421968

“China Business Solutions worked closely with Porvair to create a list of manufacturers for senior Porvair staff to visit and arranged meetings with a number of Chinese companies as a result Porvair selected 2 companies to supply Laboratory plastics to be distributed throughout Europe in 2011.”

Managing Director, PORVAIR SCIENCES LTD

Listen below to the useful tip given in a recent BBC World Service interview by Ting Zhang, Founder and CEO of China Business Solutions, about the main issues of doing business in China:

How do things work when it comes to contracts? When you sign a contract in China, can you be sure that that is the way things will be?