The internet has changed the business world
In is happening daily all over the world
Like the printing press over 650 years go
The printing press enable commutations to towns and cities. The internet enables commutations world wide.
Many buiness are not see the changes
Is your internet present support your trading or point in which you start trading?
The race is on world-wide to control and profit from internet explanation.
Given the indepenant deveopment of the internet in China there are two countries running the internet: USA and China
The internet is merging markets world-wide.
With a little time and knowlodge you can see the opportunity
Your local market in now available internationality
You no longer need to leave your office to trade overside your local market.

Want to grow your business in Chinese market?

The Chinese market is not just trading in China and in the past.

Your local market now has access to Chinese market.

This is due to;

  • Chinese international trading over the internet,
  • Chinese delegations traveling world-wide for trade and education,
  • Chinese people on holiday exporting the world and returning to China with gifts of expletive banded products,

You on longer need to visit China to trade with China.

If you are serious about China, you need to be visible on the Internet in China!

Most overseas websites cannot be seen in China. It is a straight forward process to correct this using Access to China products and services.

We have a unique understanding of the practical and legal web issues, restrictions and requirements in China and how to help companies have optimum web visibility there. We have over 16 years’ experience serving international companies working in China.

Our company was founded to help business be seen in China on the internet and to give software companies access to the Chinese market.

This year we see the start of our own Cloud Hosting Services in China. We believe this is a first for an overseas company in China.

Our knowledge and advice is free. Our Chinese Cloud Hosting Services is available when you want to make a start in the Chinese market.


Chinese e-Commerce from Outside China

chinese ecommerce from outside china

There are great success stories of overseas companies selling directly to the end consumer.

We offer the following approach for SME wishing to enter the Chinese consumer market.

Our recommendation is based on a business which wishes to enter the Chinese consumer without high costs / risk. The offset to this is your margins will be lower but could match your margins you achieve in your local market. The opportunity is increase turnover in the world’s largest market at ow risk.

This approach is for overseas that own the products and therefore can supplier the Chinese e-mall reseller at wholesale prices.

  • Complete your company brand and product registration (page 65)
  • Check on the major Chinese e-Mall services to see if your / like product is being sold already.
    • JDBuy
    • Taobao
    • TMall
    • Tmall global

One you have your bands successfully registered you can control the selling of your products in the Chinese e-Malls.

  • Find local Chinese e-Mall resellers in the major Chinese e-Mall
    • Selling like products
    • Selling to your targeted market place
    • High number of follows
    • Successful and high turnover
    • Good feedback
    • Have a track record of selling goods from overseas
  • Make contact with the Chinese resellers interesting. Maybe you offer your wholesale prices?
  • Agree the shipping costs to e-Mall central clearing centre (see page 69).
  • Goods clearance is the responsible of the Reseller as it’s is their account with the Chinese e-Mall. This will should be straight forward for the Reseller as they already importing good from overseas through the Chinese e-Malls
  • The Reseller should pay for the goods before they leave the UK. Remember you could be offering wholesale prices.
  • Make sure your supply marketing information. This will speed up the process of listing your products
    • Media information (pictures, video, etc.)
    • Product descriptions
    • Testing papers
  • Do not sign an exclusive deal with a Chinese reseller under less it is performance based.
  • If you cannot get the right deal for your business move on to the next Reseller.
  • Do not pay any listing e-Mall fees. That is the responsibility of the Reseller. The e-Mall fees are a lot lower for a Chinese business than an overseas company.
  • SME should not open their own Chinese e-Mall store unless you can see very high demand from the Chinese market. It is very costly for an overseas company.