We have received a total of 108 responses. A overwhelming majority of them says that a China strategy is extremely important to them. About 40 percent of the survey responders say the biggest challenge for them to enter the China market is “government regulations,” and 35 percent says “no connections.” Almost 80 percent people indicate that they are likely to attend our seminar.
Currently, this survey is closed. Since we have a basic account at SurveyMonkey, we are only allowed to collect the first 100 responses. If you haven’t received our free report yet, that means you are among the last 8 people who responded our survey. You can go to our Free Downloads page to download your free report.
Thank you again for your interest. Please stay tuned for our upcoming seminar The Secret of Succeeding in China.
In this three minute vedio, Stephen Roach, a professor at Yale University and former nonexecutive chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia, summarized one of the key points of my book The Chinese Dream:
China is well on its way to "create a consumption dynamic that will outstrip the growth of any consumer market in the world,” how the U. S. should embrace the opportunity, and why improving the China–US bilateral relationship is so critical for the economic future of both countries.
I will be speaking at Bay Area Council in San Francisco on March 22, at their luncheon series “How to Do Business in China.” See the details below:
The Bay Area Council is a business-sponsored, public policy advocacy organization for San Francisco Bay Area. Founded in 1945, the Bay Area Council has more than 275 of the largest employers in the region and is widely respected by elected officials, policy makers and other civic leaders as the regional voice of business in the Bay Area.
Please join me:
When: 12:00pm – 1:00pm, March 22, 2012
Where: Nixon Peabody LLP, One Embarcadero, 18th Floor, San Francisco, CA