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Our Services

Our key goal is to help our client start your Chinese journey fast and low cost.

We provide a one stop of package service for start-up companies that would like explorer Chinese market.

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Incorporation and Company Registration


A Wholly Foreign-Owned Enterprise (WFOE) is the most common legal entity type in China and is is suitable for most forms of business ventures.


According to the Catalogue of Industries for Guiding Foreign Investment, foreign investment in China falls into three categories: Encouraged, Restricted, and Prohibited.


  1. Encouraged – Consulting, Manufacturing, Trading, etc.

  2. Restricted – Telecommunications, Exploration of natural resources, Railway, etc.

  3. Prohibited – Domestic freight, Tobacco, Radio & TV programs, etc.


Note: Free-trade-zones are not subject to the Catalogue of Industries for Guiding Foreign Investment and can therefore often provide access to otherwise restricted or prohibited industries unless explicitly stated by the free-trade-zone.

Joint Venture

There are two forms of joint ventures in China: Equity joint ventures (EJV) and Co-operative Joint Ventures (CJV).

Equity Joint ventures are new legal entities with shared ownership between two or more parties who share risk and return equal to their share of ownership . They are a good option for partnerships where a local partner offers strategic advantages to the business venture in China. EJV’s can sometimes provide access to restricted industries as outlined by the Catalogue of Industries for Guiding Foreign Investment if a controlling share is owned by a local individual or company.


Co-operative Joint Ventures are new legal entities with shared ownership between two or more parties whose profits are distributed according to the terms of a contract – as opposed to the share of capital contribution – allowing for more structural flexibility over an equity joint venture.


A representative office (RO) is a liaising organization of a mother company located inside China or outside of China.


Representative Offices are unique in the way that they cannot engage in “profit-making activity” or issue official VAT invoices (fapiao) to clients. Their use is often to establish a connection to China, rendering advice, displaying products and services, conduct research or liaise with business partners.​

Branch Office

A branch office is an office belonging to another company in a different jurisdiction.


It is not a separate legal entity, thus, it is limited to the scope of its main office but allows the business to expand geographically and hire local staff where a branch office is located.


Branch offices must pay tax locally and comply with the regulations in the jurisdiction in which it is located.


Branch offices do not need to receive approval from the Ministry of Commerce and thus can be set up quicker than a conventional WFOE.


Draft &Review of legal  



Review &


Legal Option studies;

Feasibility study;

contracts, agreements and market studies related to labor employment, purchase, NDA, IPR, property lease etc enterprises operations

Articles of Association in order to secure maximum protection of the investment;


Minutes of meeting, memorandums of understanding, letters of intent, resolutions, declarations etc

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Virtual address


All companies in China require a legal address for registration.


We will advise and assist on documentary due diligence, negotiations with the landlord and the authorities, and drafting or reviewing the lease contract.


If you do not have a legal address, we can also assist with securing a virtual office.  This is only for small sized service and trade company only.


During the incorporation process with local tax authority, an information of account with certificate must be provided.


If your company is not planning to recruit Finance personnel, we will provide bookkeeping and accounting compliance service with minimum cost to assist with tax report and keep your books.

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Plant, warehouse






If you have selected a preferred area or city in China, we can help filter out facilities that meet your tailored requirements.


Additionally, we can communicate with local authorities in various economic zones to investigate whether your project will receive approval or obtain environmental clearance.


We can also assist in obtaining optimized incentives from the local authority.


Our services extend to supporting clients in Greenfield and M&A activities, from the drawing board to negotiations and execution

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Market research


We offers identification of Chinese companies - whether these are potential suppliers, customers, competitors, partners, or target companies for M&A activities.

identifying potential suppliers, evaluating their capabilities, and selecting the best supplier based on criteria such as quality, price, delivery time and reliability.

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Chinese social media entry

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China has been the largest online retail market in the world since 2013. In 2020, the revenue of online retail sales reached CNY 11.76 trillion (USD 1.81 trillion), which was an increase of 10.9 % compared to 2019. The number of online shoppers in China reached 782 hundred million by December 2020, another increase of 72.15 million compared to March 2020.

With an ever-increasing internet penetration rate as well as an ever-growing online market, digital marketing becomes a priority for many businesses operating in China. If companies need to create their digital strategy, they can never ignore the three digital behemoth trio of China: Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent, which are known as BAT for short.

Content marketing is a strategy to attract leads by delivering relevant content to targeted groups without conveying an advertising message directly. According to a survey from Pew Research Center, 81% of consumers’ purchasing decisions are influenced by ‘doing their own research online’, making content marketing important to get in touch with customers. In China, examples of content marketing include advertorials, press releases, podcasts, blogs, audio, video, white book and infographics on Weibo, WeChat, search engines, official websites, and client-side applications. As Chinese netizens encounter content in the hundreds of thousands on their social network apps every day, creative and eye-catching content that conveys the values of a brand can be the key to content marketing campaigns.

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