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ASIA - Business Development

 
#1 ASIA - Business Development
24/06/2004 12:08

John T

I've spent 10 years in Asia setting up and operating technology-based companies in the IT and Telecoms sectors, as a regional exec for Silicon Valley parent companies. Big chunk of that time involved market entry planning and execution with capital-intensive business plans -- "soup to nuts" accountability.

Very interested to now provide such activities for European firms under a consulting engagement. Any suggestions on how to identify and approach the best candidate firms would be much appreciated.

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#2 Re: ASIA - Business Development
27/06/2004 19:11

John Turner

Please contact me off-list as there may be something we can discuss.

John.Turner@TurnerProjects.co.uk

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#3 Re: ASIA - Business Development
30/06/2004 17:10

Peter R. Luiks

FYI, just out:

For most industries, there is no formal policy change, according to Forbes. But as China's economy develops, the government is trying to encourage companies to create jobs that are higher up the food chain. The Chinese government also wants foreign companies to teach Chinese workers how to invent products--a skill in short supply in China, where many successful companies have more experience filling orders from foreign companies or even illegally copying other companies' products.

"We are trying to do something new," says Yang Wenchang, commissioner of China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Hong Kong. "In the past, the China market was based on exports. Today, we need to modernize. That's why we need new kinds of investment."

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#4 Re: ASIA - Business Development
29/07/2004 18:00

Matias

John. I am independent with clients of tech sector (software mainly) and looking for network partner in Asia, USA and other European countries.

Please, contact by email heikki.lu@luukku.com

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