New Program Offers Training For African Americans Wanting To Do Business In China

September 19, 2016  |  

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There are still a lot of business opportunities in China and now a new program called the Chinapreneur Program will specifically help African-American entrepreneurs learn how to launch and expand their businesses in the country. There are actually quite a few African-American entrepreneurs living and working in China.

But doing business in China isn’t simple; you have to know how to deal with, among many other things, the culture. That’s where a program like Chinapreneur, which claims to be the sole business incubator program teaching entrepreneurs the tools and strategies to start a business in mainland China, comes in.

The online program begins Oct. 1, 2016, and will take place over the course of six weeks.  Students “will learn about crafting a business idea, leveraging social media in China, sales and marketing strategies in China,” reported Black News. The program will give entrepreneurs step-by-step instructions on how to register their business in China and also offers free three-month access to an online Chinese language program.

Chinapreneur is run by Lillian Okoye, a Black female entrepreneur who started her first profitable business on the streets of Beijing, as she explains on her website — within two years she was bringing in six figures. For more on her revolutionary program, click here.

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