Succeeding in China’s crowded business education market

Over the last two decades, competition in China’s business education market has become more intense.

East meets West: The future of business education in China

When China first began the process of integrating into the global economy there was a necessary and rapid assimilation of Western business practices.

So much to give: International students in China

The number of foreign students in China has been growing annually since December 1950, when Tsinghua University enrolled the first batch of overseas students since the People’s Republic of China was founded.

Better Healthcare for Europe:

COCIR’s Integrated Care White Paper

Duty of care: Looking after the new mobile workforce in China

Companies have a responsibility to provide duty of care solutions for this new mobile workforce, this should be extended to all staff.

Going global with education: Internationalising the Chinese curriculum and what it means for European businesses

In the several decades since China’s opening and reform in the late 1970s, China’s education system has evolved in an unprecedented manner.

It’s all about the people: professional services in China

Launched in Beijing over 22 years ago with a staff of just two, KPMG China now employ around 9,000 people.

Digital tourism

With China’s outbound tourism ready to shake global tourism trends, European nations need to reinvent strategies to reach out to young Chinese consumers

Are you being served?

China’s serviced office market is the largest in Asia, with a network of more than 150 quality serviced offices across 12 cities.

On the move: changes in logistics legislation

Logistics legislation and regulations are changing inside the China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone (CSPFTZ or Zone).