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Selling to China: A Guide to Doing Business in China for Small- and Medium-Sized Companies Paperback – November 7, 2012
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"Chao's advice and consulting to my company has been indispensible. This book will pay for itself thousands of times over for any company, big or small."
- John Tu, Forbes 170th Richest Americans in 2012 and CEO of Kingston Technology
"Tightly written . . . entertaining account of real-world business tactics and strategy, rather than just another boring business book."
- Kirkus Reviews
"A useful book aimed at serious entrepreneurs to enter the China market."
- Library Journal
"Chao is a thinker and strategist whose book might be able to help you predict your chances [in China]."
- Reader Views
". . . this book simplifies and clarifies. For this, and its common sense, street-smarts, and savior-faire, this is a great book for anyone interested in entering the Chinese market."
- Michael Cormack, Agenda in Beijing
". . . a valuable resource for anyone seeking greater understanding of contemporary Chinese thinking and behavior."
- Burton Levin, former US ambassador to Burma and US consulate general in Hong Kong
"Stanley Chao will save small- and medium-sized businesss owners and managers a great deal of time and trouble when they do business in China. Selling to China is a welcome and timely guidebook by an expert who tells it like it is."
- ForeWord Clarion Reviews
About the Author
Stanley Chao is a Chinese American who has worked in China for more than twenty years and currently serves as managing director for All In Consulting, assisting companies in their Asia and China business strategies. During his career, he has worked for large multinational companies in China and consulted for dozens of large and small Western companies. He holds degrees from Columbia University, the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from UCLA. He speaks Mandarin and Japanese and can be contacted at allinconsult.com and email@example.com.
Top customer reviews
I can know what I did in Chian, also I can have many ideas about what I am concerned during my business in China.
It's really practical and many things referred about how we can do business in China.
Strongly suggest to read if you are in charge of Chinese market in small company.