10 Reasons Why Some Businesses Are NOT Successful in The Chinese Market

  • When:
    Tuesday, 18 September 2018, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
  • Where:
    British Chamber Shanghai - We suggest that you enter the ZhangYuan community from the north gate on Taixing Lu (near Wujiang Lu)., 上海英国商会 (建议从泰兴路上的张园入口进入)
    No.9, Sub-lane 56, Lane 590, Weihai Lu, Jing'an District
    上海市静安区威海路590弄56支弄9号
  • Price:
    RMB 150 including two drinks and snacks. Members only.

The Chamber's Small & Medium Enterprises Focus Group invites Kristina Koehler-Coluccia, Head of Business Advisory at Woodburn Accountants & Advisors, to identify 10 common problems, which, individually or combined, can keep a business forever knocking on the door of expansion but never being allowed in.

There are millions of smart business ideas -  millions of entrepreneurs setting up companies to deliver a brilliant product or service. China has more than its fair share of exciting startups, which means the culture here is ripe for business success. Yet we hear from many companies who have successfully set up their business but have become frustrated by their inability to grow. For one reason or another their progress has slowed, and they are looking for something to kick-start them towards expansion. In a surprising number of cases, it is the business owner / overseas office who is responsible for the stagnation of the company. The inspiration, single-mindedness, perseverance and attention to detail that breathed life into the business in the first place can become the millstone that drags it down. It’s important, then, for all companies to be aware of the traits within themselves that can lead to the arrested development of their enterprise. 

Rundown

6.30-7.00pm Registration & Networking
7.00-7.05pm Opening Introduction
7.05-8.00pm Presentation with Q&A 
8.00-8.30pm Networking

Location of the British Chamber Shanghai Office - we suggest that you enter the ZhangYuan community from the north gate on Taixing Lu (near Wujiang Lu)

New office map - Jun

No-show Policy: Please note you must cancel your reservation in writing to the event contact staff 24 hours in advance. No-shows without prior notification will be charged a no-show fee of RMB100. 

Walk-in Policy: Please note that members who attend the event without prior reservation will be charged an extra walk-in fee of RMB50 if spaces are still available. 

Speaker Introduction

Kristina Koehler-Coluccia

Head of Business Advisory, Woodburn Accountants & Advisors

Since 2003 Kristina has been a leading expert in China inbound investment. With international expertise and cross-industry experience, Kristina is detail-oriented with a creative personality and a can-do attitude – important traits to have for China. She has supported start-ups, SME’s, multinationals and publicly-listed companies with their China market-entry and expansion; focusing on their legal, corporate, tax and administrative needs.

Event contact

Hilary Wu
+862162185022
hilary.wu@britishchambershanghai.org