As Wakefield based Web-Translations focuses its business development on the Asian markets, the partnership with Connect China, located in Batley, offers fantastic new opportunities to develop the number of services both companies offer together.
Gone are the times when ‘Made in China’ suggested poor quality, now businesses across the globe are clambering to get into the Chinese market, known for its high quality competitively priced goods and its never ending labour supply. Businesses realise that being successful in business in China just isn’t the same as in the western hemisphere –this is where Connect China and Web-Translations can help.
The partnership offers excellent business opportunities for both Web-Translations and Connect China’s clients within the rapidly growing Chinese economy. Sound business advice from Connect China will compliment Web-Translations’ high quality service, further enhancing the already successful service Web-Translations offer.
Clients such as Guernsey based Polar Instruments and Essex based Phelan Barker have gained new clients and business opportunities from their localised Chinese websites both within the UK Chinese population and customers based in mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
Daniel Rajkumar, Managing Director of Web-Translations commented upon the partnership’s opportunities saying that, “The Chinese online market presents a different set of challenges to the relationship based business environment, yet the two are merging in the 21st Century. The combination of a localised website to stimulate interest, brand awareness, and generate contacts, combined with Connect China’s knowledge of the country’s business etiquette offer fantastic opportunities for business success in the market.
About Connect China
”Batley based Connect China Ltd work with businesses and organisations across the UK to help them build their business opportunities with China. Companies looking to export, source or build their skills and contacts to trade with China, can contact Connect China in order to take advantage of their business potential in one of the world’s fastest growing markets.
16 January 2006 16:46