A global supply chain founded on trust is helping children’s product supplier Worlds Apart to open up new markets.
Even as figures delineate Chinese economic growth, even they are shocked by the sales rise in luxury goods.
The speed of change when it comes to doing business in China means having eyes and ears on the ground can be critical to success.
People are becoming increasingly interested in paying for access to goods rather than ownership of them, argues Nicolas Brusson, COO of BlaBlaCar.
Installing an Aga is a luxury, and many UK households are holding back in the current quiet housing market – so its makers hope overseas cooks will warm to this quintessentially British kitchen range.
Despite an uncertain global economic environment, the recovery in the UAE remains strongly on track
China continues to be the big story of the high-growth economies, as affirmed by speakers and delegates at HSBC’s International Exchange in Shanghai this September.
Speaking at the HSBC International Exchange to China, Richard Cant of Dezan Shira & Associates gave some fascinating insights into the changing nature of the Chinese market
Richard Cant, Regional Director of Dezan Shira & Associates describes how China is transforming into a consumer market and the some of the opportunities this offers.
There is little doubt that the slowdown in China’s economic development has become the economic commentators’ favourite talking point.
Noel Quinn, HSBC's Regional Head of Commercial Banking, Asia Pacific explains the factors driving China's rapid growth - and where the opportunities lie both in China and the rest of Asia Pacific.