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New Shanghai Office For B2B International PDF Print E-mail
Written by B2B International   
20 Jul 2010

After another strong year of growth for international business-to-business market research specialists B2B International, the company opens a second Chinese officeB2B International is pleased to announce the opening of its new Shanghai office, complementing its Beijing office which opened in 2006.  

B2B International has expanded its China operations to Shanghai to meet the growing demand for business-to-business market research among Chinese and foreign companies with headquarters in this important city.

The Shanghai Expo, which runs between May and October this year, has generated global interest in Shanghai and is expected to receive 70 million visitors.  

It has meant a massive investment in the city’s infrastructure and has created huge commercial opportunities for companies across a range of industries.

B2B International’s Asia Business Development Manager Mark Hedley explains, “The excitement in Shanghai created by the Expo this year has led to a huge growth in interest in the region from foreign businesses, both as an investment location and as a rapidly growing market for foreign produced goods and services.  

The addition of a Shanghai office to complement our existing Beijing operation extends our fieldwork coverage across the country and enables our consultants to better meet the needs of companies interested in China’s potential.”

This expansion follows the announcement earlier this year that B2B International’s consistent growth continued in 2009 despite the difficult economic environment.  The company’s turnover increased by 10% and is now approaching the £3.5 million mark.  B2B International has experienced year-on-year growth since its formation in 1998.
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