In the early 1990s, Wall Street veteran Jack Perkowski saw opportunity and relocated to China and, in 1994, he founded what is now one of China’s most-respected companies, ASIMCO Technologies. In January, 2009 he left ASIMCO to establish JFP Holdings, a merchant banking firm focused on helping companies gain access to the China market. His perspective on doing business in China is unmatched and he shares with audiences what awaits Western businesses wishing to take advantage of the booming Chinese market. In his presentations, he shares colorful and amusing anecdotes on conducting business in China and he answers the tough questions: Is China stable enough for Western businesses? What does the future hold for the Asian markets in general? Perkowski is also the author of Managing the Dragon: How I’m Building a Billion Dollar Business in China (2008). A transplanted Westerner, Jack Perkowski’s first-person look at the realities of doing business at the frontier of the global economy is unmatched as he provides insight into how other economies affect China and the implications of China’s rise, what to anticipate – and what to look out for.
Doing Business in China
Jack Perkowski, the founder and CEO of ASIMCO Technologies, one of the largest, Western-owned components manufacturing businesses in China, shares with audiences the importance of developing a local management team and how to successfully navigate around the cultural differences and China’s unique ways of doing business to achieve business and financial success.
Business Outlook for China
Jack Perkowski, a successful Western entrepreneur doing business in China, shares his thoughts on what the future holds for the largest market in the world. Taking an economic snapshot of China, Mr. Perkowski provides insight into how other economies affect China and the implications of China’s rise, what to anticipate – and what to look out for.
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