SMEs

Conducting Business in China - 6 Expert Tips for SMEs

China’s economy is one of the largest in the world, second only in fact to that of the United States. And with a population over a billion strong, the Chinese market presents some serious opportunities for SMEs. But where should British entrepreneurs start when looking to break into China?
By Edward Hardy | | SMEs | See more in Business Guides

Medical Tourism on the Rise

In developed countries, especially the United States, rising healthcare costs, combined with the increasing availability and affordability of international medical facilities that meet US accreditation, are driving the growth of medical tourism, a term used to describe people who travel abroad to receive medical treatment or undergo a medical procedure.
By Genia Jones | | SMEs | See more in Business Guides

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