Current Consulting has been an essential partner in the development of our growth strategy in China. Their energetic team in Shanghai assisted us with everything from sales support to market analysis, partner searches, recruitment and on-going advisory throughout the registration and implementation of our new factory in Kunshan, Jiangsu province. We are very satisfied with the results so far and will happily continue to cooperate with Current Consulting onwards.

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Forbes Top 100 Chinese Businesswomen

Forbes China recently announced its ranking of the top 100 most outstanding businesswomen in China. The ranking, which accounts for the number of employees, revenue, profit, assets, market capitalization and web popularity, features billionaires, techies and regional chiefs at multinational […]

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China “Vertical Forests” under development

A group of “Vertical forests” called “Nanjing Towers” are being developed in China and will produce massive amounts of oxygen once they are complete in 2018. The towers are intended to regenerate local biodiversity which often lacks because it is […]

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Foreign Businesses Flee China

Many foreign businesses, including Sony, Home Depot, Revlon and L’Oreal, have begun closing up shop in China. A powerful speech delivered by Chinese President Xi Jinping at the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos was hoped to address the issue […]

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Shanghai office closed during the Chinese New Year holiday (24th Jan – 2nd Feb)

Please note that our Shanghai office will be closed between the 24th of January an the 2nd of February. Current Consulting Group wishes all our clients, partners and friends a happy and prosperous Chinese New Year of the Rooster!

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China Invests in Tourism

China plans to invest US$290 billion in the tourism industry between 2016 and 2020. Older industrial and resource-dependent cities are encouraged to make greater efforts to attract tourists, and several depleted coal cities are currently in the process of turning […]

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