Grace Zhao from London is the founder of China Unbound, an organisation specifically focused on helping SMEs do business with China.
This week, the UK government departments and partners, and Manchester City Council (Wuhan’s sister city in the UK), organised UK Week’ in Wuhan.
As more Chinese companies are globalising and have a presence in the UK and more UK companies are entering the Chinese market, we need a better understanding of this ‘HR gap’ to help professionals and students.
The #Eurozone’s three biggest economies have all agreed to follow Britain’s lead and join the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (#AIIB).
In a drive to demonstrate that Britain is a world leader in commercial creativity, the GREAT Festival of Creativity landed in Shanghai. The best of British talent and expertise inspired a high-level business audience from the UK, China and beyond.
Following the highly successful launch of its commercial office in Shanghai in 2011, AMCO’s Far East presence has evolved into the Chinese Hub. Through the hub, AMCO is supplying integrated procurement & sourcing, warehousing and logistics services, offering cost-effective production, storage and supply.
Nigel Rowley, Managing Partner at London and Surrey full-service law firm Mackrell Turner Garrett, has visited a number of cities in China to talk with Senior Officials, and business delegates about the opportunities for doing business in the UK.
Chinese speaking students are to be placed with UK companies to help them break into the Chinese market or find new investment, Trade Minister Lord Livingston announced on 25 November 2014.
The GREAT Festival is a dynamic celebration of creativity in business, and the start of a new dialogue between global enterprises. The festival will take place from 2 to 4 March 2015 in Shanghai at Long Museum.
UK Visas & Immigration recently announced a new scheme which will simplify the process of inviting colleagues from Chinese companies to the UK.