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September 18 (Financial Times)– When the US National Football League hit a snag sending equipment to amateur American football teams in China two years ago, it approached a Chinese-speaking former top US commerce department official for help. For the full article, click here.  Note: Requires subscription to Financial Times
Export Now Road Shows 4/16/2012 – 4/20/2012 Location: Michigan Michigan consumer goods companies interested in reaching new customers in the fastest growing economy in the world have an opportunity to take part in a new exporting pilot program which was detailed in four informational forums that took place around the state in April. (Frank Lavin, […]
State of Michigan to support businesses that want to sell to Chinese consumers Businesses across Michigan can reach new customers in the fastest growing economy in the world under a new program launched by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation. In partnership with the export-services company Export Now, MEDC will help consumer-product companies in the state […]
Chinese online luxury shoppers can now buy beauty and food products by subscription. Bringing this sales technique to the Chinese e-commerce market, MyLuxBox.com sells subscriptions to patrons who receive a new box of luxury goods each month. MyLuxBox.com recently received attention from Tech in Asia for its offerings, which include a “beauty box” of high-end […]
The rising incomes and increasingly global tastes of Chinese consumers have made the Chinese e-commerce market one of the fastest growing online markets in the world. As VP of Global Sales and Services for Alibaba.com, Brian Wong is one of the best authorities on export opportunities via e-commerce platforms in the region. Due to the […]
Chinese Advertisers Follow Audiences Online  As readers demonstrate a clear preference for online media over print, news organizations are putting more resources into digital platforms, e-commerce is growing and advertisers, too, are spending money where they know they can find the audiences they need — online. In China, this shift has led to explosive growth […]
Rolls-Royce is honoring the Chinese New Year with a new  “Year of the Dragon” model. Barbara Demick of the Los Angeles Times describes the growing taste for luxury goods in China in her article Chinese are up to speed with life in the fast lane. Demick reports that the $1.6 million vehicles will have  “hand-embroidered versions of […]