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When entering the Chinese market it is vital to stay within your financial means, particularly within the start-up phase of transacting. Budgeting allows you to create a spending plan for your Chinese investment. It ensures that you will always have enough money for the things you need and the things that are important for you to grow your business in China. As your business grows, you may feel it is too time-consuming to stay on top of every item spent by every department, every day of the week. Cost control may be unglamorous and difficult, but it is the one essential day-to-day process which could make the difference to your entry and survival in China. In this webinar we will look at whether you have the financial resources to get ahead of this growth opportunity and provide insight into how you can control your spending and implement processes to keep your business running.
Head of Business Advisory at Woodburn Accountants & Advisors
Kristina is a leading expert on inbound investment into China. She has 18 years of experience in corporate services and compliance. She is an expert speaker and author of publications on investment into China. She has worked with over 500 international companies, across industries and sectors on their China market strategy, implementation, and growth.