Management and oversight is very difficult for a Western company with a China presence.
China’s government is notoriously private about the nation’s macro-economic situation and, with a language barrier and cultural differences, discerning the facts amid the fog of war is extremely difficult.
Missed opportunities and outright failure occur for lack of accurate data alone.
- Chinese: 中文
- 20 years of management consulting specializing in three areas that focus on helping companies develop and implement global strategies for moving into and out of China
- Devise market entry strategies
- Construct and execute implementation plans
- Develop brand strategies
- Management consulting focused on growth, cost reduction and transaction support for North American Companies operating in or planning to operate in China
- For industries that buy, make, move and sell products
- Private Equity Clients: Allied Capital; American Securities Capital; Bear Stearns Merchant Banking; Liberty Partners; Kirtland Capital Partners; Sun Capital; Trivest Partners
- Commercial Clients: Bosch; Honeywell; Pitney Bowes; Rubbermaid; Steelcase
- China market entry
- Financial and operational due diligence
- Adjunct Professor of Marketing, New Product Development - University of Chicago (2002-2004)
- China Business Review - Rising disposable income levels across China’s second- and third-tier cities mean more opportunities for purveyors of branded goods (November 1, 2010)