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  • 3 Assumptions You Should Challenge if You Want to Be Successful at Virtual Collaboration

    2017.11.30

     Let’s get it out there right away: Virtual collaboration isn’t easy.

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  • Set the Right 'Rules of the Game' – and Succeed in Your Global Operations

    2017.11.30

    Does your company already operate internationally? Or are you planning new cross-border and...

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  • Highlights from E-commerce Crash Course

    2017.11.13

    In the fall 2017 DCBF held a crash course on e-commerce in China, hosted by Confederation of...

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  • How to attract Chinese consumers through influencer marketing

    2017.10.25

    The vast market of China has attracted numerous enterprises all over the world. When doing...

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  • Beijing Consensus Challenges the Neo-liberal Global Order

    2017.09.26

    History might record that China’s re-emergence after its World Trade Organisation (WTO) accession...

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3 Assumptions You Should Challenge if You Want to Be Successful at Virtual Collaboration

 Let’s get it out there right away: Virtual collaboration isn’t easy.

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Set the Right 'Rules of the Game' – and Succeed in Your Global Operations


Does your company already operate internationally? Or are you planning new cross-border and cross-cultural activities in the future? Read about how to avoid confusion, misunderstandings and a lot of wasted time.

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Highlights from E-commerce Crash Course

In the fall 2017 DCBF held a crash course on e-commerce in China, hosted by Confederation of Danish Enterprise. Watch selected takeaways from the event.

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How to attract Chinese consumers through influencer marketing

The vast market of China has attracted numerous enterprises all over the world. When doing business in China, it can be a headache to promote your brands and generate sales. Fortunately, we are in the internet age in which we can gain influence quickly if we find the right solution. Working with KOLs (Key Opinion Leaders) is one of the most powerful methods you’ll need.

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Beijing Consensus Challenges the Neo-liberal Global Order

History might record that China’s re-emergence after its World Trade Organisation (WTO) accession in 2001 marked the highpoint of globalisation; it was also one of the biggest economic events so far in the 21st century. While China has benefited from the global trade system, the ineluctable rise of this economic superpower has also brought great changes to the global trade regime. Beijing shows scant enthusiasm for multilateralism, as it generally sees the established order as an instrument of Western hegemony. As China now challenges Europe and America’s century-old status as the world’s most dominant trading and rule-setting nations, it seems keen to remould the global trade system into one with Chinese characteristics.

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