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For Sale – Profitable Party Hire Business – Cash Flow Generator

This business has a great client base with “word of mouth” being a key component in client loyalty. The business is easy to run, with key staff in place.

Everyone loves a party and the business services some of Melbourne’s more affluent suburbs and is just branching into a new niche.

The last two months of the year are the busiest, so get in now and reap the rewards.

With a great range of products, ranging from marquees, chairs, tables, crockery, cutlery and glasses, the business caters for private parties and corporate events.

This is a walk-in/walk-out price with a generous handover period. So what are you waiting for?

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How to Build a Better Relationship with China by Overcoming the Communication Gap

The Eight Fatal Mistakes Most People Make in Doing Business with China and How You Can Avoid Making Them Too.

Discover Why Businesses Dealing with China Don’t Make Any Money and How Chin Communications Can Make Your Entry into the China Market Much More Rewarding.

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Shanghaied – Why Foster’s Could Not Survive China

Shanghaied: Why Foster’s could not survive China analyses how cross-cultural barriers impact the success of Australian companies doing business in China. The conclusions from three years of research have enabled the author to publish three major contributions that will help organisations find the right strategies in planning, negotiation, management and marketing.



Carl Jetter – Profile Prior to his recent re-election as councillor to the City of Melbourne, Carl Jetter’s main business...



Carl Jetter – Profile
卡尔•杰特 – 简介



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Shanghai Architecture

Shanghai Architecture by Anne Warr, published by Watermark Press Dec 2007.

Covering 270 of the city’s buildings and places, both old and new, the Guide is organized into nine areas with clear and original maps accompanying each. It also includes essays about Shanghai’s history, biographies of architects and personalities, and insights into the city’s urban development. It is an essential introduction to the most dynamic city on earth.


Think like Chinese

The difficulty Westerners have doing business in China is in the cultural differences that affect the commercial realities. Westerners identify an opportunity; thinking revolves around making that opportunity work financially in order to do the deal. If the figures stack up the game then becomes getting the customer, regardless of who she/he is, to sign on the dotted line.