AmCham China Launches Online Resource To Improve Businesses In China.
The American Chamber of Commerce in China today launched itsAmCham China Business Center website, a unique resource for company executives on conducting business inChina. Drawing on the vast experience of the chamber’s more-than-1,000 member companies, the site aims to provide the most up-to-date information on the business environment in one of the largest and most dynamic economies in the world.
“The AmCham China Business Center is an exciting new initiative that harnesses the deep China expertise of the chamber’s staff and ecosystem of members to provide an amazing resource on every aspect of doing business in China,” said AmCham China President Mark Duval. “For those considering China, or who already have a presence but want to expand, the AmCham China Business Center will be an essential partner in helping you understand, plan and execute the next step.”
Key features of the site include:
Sector Snapshots: Discover the potential opportunities in your industry.
News Bureau: The latest news on everything relevant to your business in China.
Research Hub: In-depth analysis of your sector provided by AmCham China members.
Ask John: Ask our resident expert any questions you have about doing business in China.
Under construction are new sections on the basics of building a China presence, where in China to locate your business, corporate social responsibility, and a B2B discount program, with more sections planned.
“This is just the start of a new range of business development offerings from the chamber that will better connect the American business community in China,” Duval said. “China is open for business, and we’re ready to help you overcome the challenges and make the most of the opportunities.”
The American Chamber of Commerce in the People’s Republic of China (AmCham China) is a non-profit organization which represents US companies and individuals doing business in China. AmCham China’s membership comprises more than 3,800 individuals from over 1,000 companies. It has more than 50 industry- and issue-specific forums and committees, offers unique services such as the Business Visa Program, holds a wide range of networking and informational events, and meets with US and Chinese officials to discuss challenges and opportunities facing US firms doing business in China. The Chamber’s mission is to help American companies succeed in China through advocacy, information, networking and business support services.