SECRETS OF DOING BUSINESS WITH ASIA REVEALED

Written on the 30 October 2012

SECRETS OF DOING BUSINESS WITH ASIA REVEALED

THERE is no mystery to doing successful business with Asia, nor are there any easy short cuts.

That’s the message in this month’s special edition of Brisbane Business News (pictured), which includes a 20-page feature on the Secrets to Better Business with Asia.

The cover story profiles a young entrepreneur who turned $2000 into a million-dollar import empire. The Brisbane-based businesswoman reveals her secret formula for success is due diligence, respect, patience and plenty of hard work.

She advises businesses against seeing Asia as a shortcut to profit and suggests doing research and sampling is the key to making profit through China’s $7 trillion economy.

Secrets to Better Business with Asia is a must-read for anyone doing business in Asia or contemplating a move into regional markets.

The feature provides a broad cross-section of stories including how successful entrepreneurs from various fields have gained their break into various Asian markets. There’s also tips on the dos and don’ts of dealing with Asian businesses and governments, and professional guidance on how to break through cultural, language and regulatory barriers.

Read the entire Secrets to Better Business with Asia feature in Brisbane Business News, available now at newsagents and on iPad.

To access a digital version of the magazine, and to download previous editions, visit the Apple Newsstand.

https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/brisbane-business-news/id563423532?mt=8


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