China Import-Export Guru to Hold Free Online Seminar on Building Profitable Business

China Import-Export Guru to Hold Free Online Seminar on Building Profitable Business

Businessman and longtime China-hand Tom Galey will also discuss why the Chinese credit crisis isn’t a crisis at all, the top five mistakes import-export businesses must avoid and his new book Making the China Connection

SAN FRANCISCO – Wednesday, January 29th, 2014.  After 25-plus years of experience working in Asia, businessman, author and import-export guru Tom Galey will share his China business secrets in an online, interactive seminar on February 7th from 11:00am to 12:00pm PST. Registration is free and can be done here or via the link at the bottom of the page.

Tom Galey is a man ahead of his time. In the early 1980s, long before China’s economic modernization, Tom ventured to China. His goal? To become an import-export pro. Years later when many were just discovering how important China had become to the US economy, Tom had already run buying operations for myriad Chinese clients and multinational corporations like Anheuser-Busch, and had started his own lucrative consulting firm.

In this exclusive one-time event Tom will share his expertise and insight into how you too can build a business in China. He will give practical, down to earth advice on running an import-export firm as well as analyze the so-called Chinese credit crisis (Hint: It’s not a crisis!). Tom will discuss how, with the right information, anyone can create sustainable and profitable relationships with Chinese partners.

Tom will also talk about his new book, Making the China Connection. Published by Long River Press, an imprint of Sinomedia International Group, Making the China Connection explains how to approach the Chinese market as a smart and savvy business player. The book blasts some of the most pernicious myths about China right out of the water. It also serves as a step-by-step guide to factory payments and shipping options, and cultural concepts like Face and Guanxi.

Doing business in China might be intimidating for some. After all, big companies have at their disposal lawyers, quality control firms and a raft of contacts that smooth their entry into the Chinese market. Luckily for the rest of us, Tom Galey is here to help.

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