The Cross-Culture Training is an intensified
course providing an insight into the country's current dynamic
economy and business practices. Factors that influence doing
business in China, including business ethics, business-related
rules, regulations and laws, are examined. Held in English,
the lecturers and speakers are appointed business professors,
senior executives of foreign and local companies. This one-day
workshop allows you to expose yourself to a virtual business
environment in China while learning some useful Chinese phrases.
This seminar consists of six
sections (50 minutes each).
Section 1: Essential Chinese history,
geography, languages, and ethnics.
Section 2: China’s
political system, government structures, and laws.
3: Chinese economic environment, forms of incorporation,
and procedures for registering a new business.
Section 4: Taxation, business related rules,
regulations, and laws.
Section 5: Chinese business
culture and courtesy, how to greet and address people, proper
protocol at meetings,
negotiation strategy, when "yes" means "no",
corporate gifts and entertainment, essential business attire, and local
management style. This section features role playing
and encourages questions and feedback.
Section 6: Simple
Chinese phrases that evoke a favorable response in
people you meet. You will learn key words needed for daily
use and business occasions,
asking directions, event etiquette and customs, shopping, and exchanging
Day One: Exactly the same
as One-Day Training described above.
Day Two: A custom-designed
workshop that focuses on your specific business needs. You
will tell us where and what type of business you want to do
in China. We will then provide a market analysis
based on your industry
intended location. This will include details of the local government,
local business community strengths and weaknesses, things to do
and not to do, and problem-solving.