Expanding your food processing business into China requires much more than a capital investment—it requires a significant investment in upfront planning and research. Expats who are currently operating a business in the country can be your greatest source of information, both in navigating China’s financial industry and in identifying trusted sources. Here are a few key things you need to know about banking, taxes and staffing before expanding your food processing operations in China.
Clint has over 14 years of accounting and financial experience in construction, development and real estate throughout the commercial, hospitality, institutional and residential marketplace. His responsibilities include analyzing, tracking and managing overall financial performance of Stellar, in addition to facilitating the company’s financial and legal strategies for international growth and future technology strategies. He has worked on a large number of Stellar’s projects providing business development and planning assistance for project financing, leasing and payment options.