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In today’s interview, Thomas Reichenbach shares with us his fascinating experiences of coming to China in the mid 80th at the beginning of the urban reform, and what has kept him believing in China over the years.
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Thomas Reichenbach

In today’s interview, Thomas Reichenbach shares with us his fascinating experiences of coming to China in the mid 80th at the beginning of the urban reform, and what has kept him believing in China over the years. He talks about some exciting life and working experiences he has here, and shares his take on some most important factors for foreign entrepreneurs that are looking to get into Chinese market. Tune in to find out more in this iTV-China program.
Thomas has experienced the start of the reform policy in China as a university student in Beijing during the mid eighties. He started his professional life as foreign trade consultant in Germany and led delegations to China for direct investment projects where he got first experience with joint ventures during the nineties. Finally, Thomas moved to Shanghai in 1998 working as manager and coach for medium sized companies at the German Centre Shanghai. In 2000, he signed up with the German Confederation of Small and Medium Business (ZDH), running the China office since then. Thomas contracted various third party projects for EU, UNIDO, German Ministry of Education and German Ministry of Economic Cooperation. Thomas has expertise in direct investment and M&A projects and coordinates a large china-wide network of chambers, sector associations and business clubs staying very close to the private enterprises sector. READ MORE

China Entrepreneurs

Get in touch with the ideas behind business entrepreneurs in China. "Entrepreneurial thinking" has rippled though the lively pond that is the Chinese market, but not without its share of obstacles. Understand how entrepreneurship shapes Chinese marketing, Chinese advertising and China business news today.

Carlo Wolff

Host: Carlo Wolff - Vice President, Business Developmemt, IMIG China

Carlo Wolff is a China Specialist with a gift to enthuse and entertain audiences on Business, Finance and Social subjects. He has been in China since 2003, acting as an advisor to industries ranging from design management to sourcing and is currently the Managing Director for Herzog International Consulting in Shanghai, a market entry consultancy. Prior to setting up in China he worked for over six years at Deloitte and Fortis Bank in M&A and Debt Underwriting. He has mastered five languages and is President of the China Advanced Toastmaster Club, and is taking public speaking to a higher level in China.

 

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