China Business Startup Guide

China Business Startup Guide

The China Business Startup Guide provides an independent expert guide on how to strategize, start and grow a business in China.

The report features the latest information covering regulations from the Central Government as well as key Provinces.

Who is the Report Useful To?

Afriscaper’s China Business Startup Guide is useful to foreign entrepreneurs looking to start a business in China, C-Level executives in existing firms looking to enter the China market, corporate strategists, corporate analysts, trade associations, foreign government departments and regulatory bodies.

Business In China

When foreign investors and companies try their luck abroad, the Chinese market offers an uncountable number of opportunities. However, in order to successfully set up a business in China, it is crucial to proceed correctly according to the regulations and rules. Failure to do so can lead to many difficulties and issues in the company’s future, leading to the possibility of an eventual failure in China.

This guide provides information on issues covering business registration, business licenses, learning how to target Chinese customers, whether business to consumer (B2C) or business to business (B2B); recruitment, taxes, visas, insurance and much more.

Key Benefits

  • Independent business environment analysis on China – a key input for successful budgetary and planning in the China market.
  • Target business opportunities and risks in the China marketplace through our reviews of trends and regulatory changes in China.
  • Practical advice on marketing to businesses as well as directly to consumers

Table of Contents

1.Introduction

2.China Overview

I.Demographics & Economy

II.Ease of Doing Business

3.Conducting Market Research Before Jumping In

4.Legal Entity Options For Operating In China

I.Wholly Foreign Owned

II.Joint Venture

III.Representative Office

5.Choosing a Location To Establish In China

I.By Industry Clusters

II.By Free Trade Zone Locations

III.By GDP Per Capita

IV.By City Tiers Classification

6.How To Reach Your Target Market In China

I.Business to Business Marketing

II.Business to Customer Marketing

7.How To Protect Your Intellectual Property In China

8.How To Recruit Your China Team

I.Insight on Labour Supply

II.Recruitment Channels

9.Accounting Requirements & How You Can Keep Good Books

10.Payroll & Tax Requirements In China

11.Banking & Payments For Your China Operations

I.Opening a bank account

II.Other payment solutions

12.Understanding Insurance In China

13.Understanding China Work Visas & How To Obtain Them

14.How To Plan Migration & Relocation For Foreign Employees To China

15.Office Rental Options & How To Rent an Office In China