Providing support to SMEs has been a long-standing policy of the European Union, particularly helping them to establish businesses and succeed overseas.
Having changed profoundly in just 10 years, it is perfectly conceivable that the pace of change to China’s business landscape will increase further over the next decade.
One of the keys to SMEs’ success is a focus on long-term economic growth and financial stability.
Although China is gradually shifting to a consumer-driven economy, opportunities for domestic consumer goods companies are actually becoming scarcer.
The digital economy has become a crucial driver for China’s economic development, and its market is now a global leader, opening new opportunities for foreign business.
The process of digital globalisation is allowing enterprises to expand their reach beyond what they may have previously thought possible, in an efficient and cost effective way.
A key for talent engagement and sustainable business development in China
On 29th June, 2007, the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress (SCNPC) promulgated the Employment Contract Law (ECL).
Talent management is a perpetual challenge for employers, and one which seems to become more challenging with each new generation that breaks through to the job market.