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How to Establish Your China Distribution Network Effectively

How to Establish Your China Distribution Network Effectively

Chao Cheng

China Market Expert Expert, Senior Partner at SinoStep
Author of Sell Online To China (Your Opportunity in China’s Booming Cross-border eCommerce Market) andHow to Build A Right Chinese Website That Works In China.

Cheng Chao has extensive expertise in China market entry, global translation & localization, cross-border business development, and global digital marketing.

Chao founded ChineseTrans, where he led a team of senior linguists to establish ChineseTrans as the market leader in professional Chinese translation services.

Since 2011, Chao has served as the managing director of SinoStep, a consulting agency helping foreign investment enter into the China market. Backed up with a strong team of China business consultants experienced in different sectors, Chao has successfully introduced dozens of overseas brands into the China market, established their operations in China on early stage and adapted their businesses to the China market.

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Selling to the rapidly expanding market in China is a great opportunity for most global businesses.

While many business owners may be very excited by the market potential in China, it’s very difficult for them to start with the strategy and establish distribution channels in the Chinese market.

Sinostep had helped a variety of international companies develop and manage their China distribution networks in China with China market entry services. we have gained valuable experiences in the process for overseas business entering the Chinese market.

Products including but not limited to the following

  • Imported Food: Chocolate, Ham, Pecans, Olive Oils, etc.
  • Nuts: Pecans, Pistachios, Macadamias, Cashews, Walnuts, Pine nuts.
  • Wine: Red wine, Liquor, Whiskey, Beer, etc.
  • Frozen Products: Pork, Beef
  • Fashion: Women Apparels, Bags, etc.
  • Baby Products: Baby shoes, Infant formula milk powder, etc
  • Medical: Medical Equipments, etc.
How to Establish Your China Distribution Network Effectively: (Photo by Chao, City SuperMarket at IFC, Shanghai)

How to Establish Your China Distribution Network Effectively: (Photo by Chao, City SuperMarket at IFC, Shanghai)

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Understanding Fapiao — Local Invoice in China

Understanding Fapiao — Local Invoice in China

Chao Cheng

China Market Expert Expert, Senior Partner at SinoStep
Author of Sell Online To China (Your Opportunity in China’s Booming Cross-border eCommerce Market) andHow to Build A Right Chinese Website That Works In China.

Cheng Chao has extensive expertise in China market entry, global translation & localization, cross-border business development, and global digital marketing.

Chao founded ChineseTrans, where he led a team of senior linguists to establish ChineseTrans as the market leader in professional Chinese translation services.

Since 2011, Chao has served as the managing director of SinoStep, a consulting agency helping foreign investment enter into the China market. Backed up with a strong team of China business consultants experienced in different sectors, Chao has successfully introduced dozens of overseas brands into the China market, established their operations in China on early stage and adapted their businesses to the China market.

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Understanding Fapiao—Local Invoice in China

Definition: “Fapiao” (发票)  are official invoices in China, registered at the local tax bureau, which are used as some kind of final proof-of-purchase of a good or service.

In China, “fapiao”s are more than just ordinary receipts. They are also a way that the government monitors the tax paid on any transaction.

Fapiao-general invoice

Fapiao in China-general invoice

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