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As the global marketplace becomes more accessible and your business continues to expand beyond borders, understanding the importance of culture in global business can go a long way in furthering your company’s goals.
Understanding cultural differences can provide telling insights and help to facilitate conversations and negotiations. While some confusion can often lead to amusing misunderstandings, it can also make a serious impact on your business relationships.
With China’s middle-class expected to reach some 800 million people by 2030, the demand for goods and services will inevitably rise. To thrive in this market, you need to have an understanding of the challenges you will face if you want to be successful in doing business in China.
The aim of the workshop is to help you understand the cultural differences in business to enable you to develop successful relationships in China.
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This workshop is part of a series of training programs delivered under the Victorian Chamber FTA Next Step Program, which helps businesses take advantage of the opportunities available under Australia’s free trade agreements with China, Japan, and South Korea to grow and build sustainable exports.
Alternatively, work one-to-one with our trade specialists to develop your export strategy, identify potential opportunities and position your business for success. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more*.
This activity received funding from Austrade as part of the Free Trade Agreement Training Provider Grant Program. Normal Price for Half Day Workshops is $190. The normal price for our One-to-one Export Development Coaching is $2,000* (Plus GST). The Australian Government’s subsidy reduces the fees by 50%. To find out more about the Program, call the FTA Advice Line on 03 8662 5488.
The views expressed herein are not necessarily the views of the Commonwealth of Australia, and the Commonwealth does not accept responsibility for any information or advice contained herein.
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