UK Market Entry – China

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Ambassador of China HE Liu Xiaoming & David Stringer-Lamarre

Starting off properly saves time, energy and resources. ‘Be fully prepared to drive success.’

We help Chinese companies successfully enter the UK market.

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Fortis Consulting London has deep expertise working with Chinese Government organisations and companies to improve their knowledge of effective engagement with the UK. The team has engaged with many delegations, including from Beijing, Nanjing, Chengdu, Tianjin. Guangzhou and Shanghai.

We combine extensive UK connections, engagement with international organisations, business knowledge and a deep understanding of Chinese & British business cultures.

Fortis Consulting London has a wide range of inputs which may stand alone or be combined, for example report production, assistance with scheduling meetings & the process of ‘setting up’ in the UK.

Inputs

  • An assessment of your entry strategy
  • Connecting with potential partners &/or clients – helping you to schedule meetings
  • Accompanying individuals and/or groups during visits
  • Market Entry Reports
    • Market Analysis
    • Distribution Channels
    • Establishing and Building a Brand
    • Funding Options
    • Human Resources Management
    • Market Development Strategy
    • Office/HQ Location
    • Routes to Market
    • Setting up a Trading Entity
    • Staffing Options
    • Target Clients
    • UK Entry Strategy Options
  • Expert Briefings on economic sectors e.g. FinTech, EdTech, Banking, Manufacturing
  • Coaching & seminars:
    • ‘How to do business in the UK’
      • How to present information
      • How to behave in a business meeting
      • Negotiating
      • Decision making methods
    • ‘Living & Working in the UK’
  • Setting up in the UK
    • How to set up a trading entity in the UK – sole trader, partnership, limited company etc
    • Office and/or production facility locations
    • Accountants and lawyers
    • Banking & finance
    • Immigration considerations
    • Recruiting and hiring staff