Recently, Tiger Management Founder & Managing Prinicpal returned from another successful business trip to China. On the trip, she was able to enrich Tiger Management’s tools and capabilities to help small and medium businesses expand into the Chinese market. Please take a look at the press release below to learn more.
Small and Mid-Sized Businesses See Increased Value in Expanding into China
Tiger Management Consulting Group Sees Growth from Recent Trip to China
Silver Spring, MD – December 10, 2010 – Tiger Management Consulting Group, a leading global business consulting firm, is pleased to announce new and enhanced offerings to better serve the small and medium business community.
Tiger Management’s Founder & Managing Principal Juanita Hardy participated in a Trade Mission to China led by Maryland Secretary of State, John McDonough from August 29th-September 9th. In addition to formal government meetings in Beijing, Shanghai, Hefei, and Xiamen, China, Hardy participated in a number of matchmaking meetings on behalf of two U.S. services businesses – i3Logic and Satya Development International LLC.
More and more small and medium sized businesses are recognizing the value of global trade and seeking growing markets around the world. Tiger Management created their Doing Business in China (DBIC) Toolkit for Business Leaders to facilitate market entry for small and medium businesses. The Toolkit provides a streamlined way for these businesses to learn about the critical components of doing business in China, assess fit for their products and/or services in the China market, prepare and address the cultural differences and uniqueness of this marketplace, and leverage available federal, state and nonprofit resources to get off to a fast and efficient start. The Toolkit has recently been enriched by:
- Market research capability – delivered by a knowledgeable experts on the ground in China;
- Intercultural training using a proven model that considers the many factors that drive behavior.
Before returning to the United States, Hardy also participated in a roundtable discussion on Women as Vendors in Global Value Chains at the World Export Development Forum, the yearly flagship event for the International Trade Centre. The World Export Development Forum is a unique global forum dedicated to discussing innovations in export development and export competitiveness, and to identifying and analyzing the challenges faced by developing countries and economies in transition. The World Export Development Forum took place from September 9th to 12th in Chongqing, China.
“I am very pleased with the results of my recent trip to China,” says Hardy. “Our Doing Business with China (DBIC) Toolkit for Business Leaders is an important part of what Tiger Management Consulting Group is all about, and with this latest trip we were able to solidify partnerships with Chinese companies and make the Toolkit more robust. I look forward to leveraging the relationships I made during this trip to help US businesses gain a footprint in the global marketplace, and create new opportunities for Tiger Management!”
About Tiger Management Consulting Group
Tiger Management Consulting Group, LLC is a woman-owned company founded by a principal with more than 35 years of experience with Fortune 500 IT companies, U.S. government agencies and international clients. Tiger Management provides a full array of strategic consulting services, powered by the branded I3© (I-cubed) methodology, to help solve client problems ranging from improving internal and external operations to doing business in domestic and international markets. Tiger Management also possesses unmatched insights into marketing in China that have enabled it to develop the unique Doing Business in China (DBIC) Toolkit for Business Leaders to facilitate entering the China export market. For more information about Tiger Management and the DBIC Toolkit, or its intercultural training program, Bridging the Gaps developed by iWays, visit www.tigermanagementcg.com or contact us, at 301-650-2077. Put a Tiger on your Team!