We provide access to sales channels via our extensive network of sales agents to help you gain access to prospects and clients.
We provide insights on the size of the market opportunity, as well as key players and prospective partners. We also provide due diligence and assistance in partnership building and negotiation.
We help you understand the role of government in your industry; connect with the right contacts; build trusted relationships.
We provide advisory on your incorporation, strategy, risk management, and human resources via our trusted and seasoned business advisors.
Liang & Co. is a business development consultancy specialised in client acquisition, partnership development, government relationship and general advisory. We're retained by small and medium enterprises from Europe, North America and China. We've delivered projects in China, USA and Europe.
Our company was invited by AsiaBizStories to explore the challenges of doing business in China: Business West – Relations East.
Articles on Doing Business in China
In recent months, China’s Internet regulators have further restricted the already limited access that the nation’s 648 million Internet users have to the web. Several Google services, including Gmail and Google Drive, have become inaccessible. Virtual private networks (VPN) that once let users skirt online censorship have also been keeping disconnected. Everyone I know who uses personal VPN services like[…]
When doing business in China, the ability to navigate culture difference issues is just as important as the goods and services you bring to the market. This applies whether your company is just now considering the China market, recently gained its first sale or maintains an in-country presence. Relationship and Trust There are two opposite[…]
Many of the industries with the highest growth potential in China over the next decade are in the services sector. Below is a very brief snapshot of where we see opportunities. Education It’s hard to find many sectors growing at a 20% YOY these days, but the Chinese education is a clear exception, benefiting from[…]