Made It in China

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Simon Cann, 2009 - Business & Economics - 292 pages
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Made it in China features the experiences and lessons of international entrepreneurs who have left their own country and built successful businesses in China. It focuses on nine entrepreneurs who talk about how they grew their companies in this new and developing market. Each of these entrepreneurs was invited to participate for the expertise and focus they bring to the book. Their stories are both practical and entertaining, combining first-hand anecdotes about the challenges they faced and how these were met with their own observations and thoughts for dealing with each situation. For further details about the book, go to http: // and to http: // to read more about the featured entrepreneurs. You can read more about the Made It In... series of books at http: // There are two authors behind Made it in China and the Made It In... series: Simon Cann and Graham Jeal. Simon Cann is the author of a number of business-related and music-related books. Before turning his attention to full-time writing he spent over 15 years as a management consultant where his clients included global music industry, entertainment, and broadcasting companies, as well as companies in the financial services, aeronautical, pharmaceutical, and chemical industries. To read more about Simon and his books, check out his website http: // Graham Jeal is a British born entrepreneur who has been working in China since 2001. In 2002 he established Shanghai Vision Ltd, a property investment company which now has over 500 property investors from around the world and over US $200 million of assets under management. Graham also set up Euro-ChinaConsulting Ltd, a consortium of companies spanning investment, venture capital, international trade, e-commerce, and the construction industry. Previously Graham worked for JPMorgan in the City of London, New York, and Hong Kong. Graham lives in Shanghai.

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