For many foreign SMEs that produce consumer goods e-commerce is the best way in to the Chinese market, offering a B2C channel that is relatively cheap and easy to setup and maintain. Naturally, trading on the web comes with risks, but just a few key steps are necessary to ensure a basic safe strategy. In this ‘SME in the Spotlight’ post an anti-pollution mask producer shares their experiences of doing business in China….
Your IP Insider has been on the road recently, in fact, it’s been more of a voyage of discovery…. The subject? Myanmar.
Political and civil unrest have kept this country in almost complete isolation for decades but with the success of the National League for Democracy in by-elections held in 2012, Myanmar is gradually opening its market to the outside world. We’re going to describe the considerations for doing business in Myanmar in a mini-series of posts starting with part 1 today: The economic situation and challenges & opportunities for European businesses. Continue reading “Doing Business in Myanmar: Part 1 – Challenges & Opportunities” »