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Training & Advisory

Getting a better understanding of the challenges and opportunities presented in doing business in China is always the first step in the journey to the East. Crayfish.io’s Business Training and Advisory service aims  to offer you guidance and insight on the right direction. Our bespoke training and advisory sessions are practical, interactive and illuminating, with a strong focus on Chinese business matters and best practice covering a wide range of topics. Participants are guided through the important dos and don’ts and will be equipped with  comprehensive tools to maximise their chances of success in doing business in China.

We offer a range of standard services which you can purchase to suit your requirements. However, if you need more tailored solutions, we are always happy to discuss how we could help you. Please get in touch and book a free initial consultation.

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