(PRWEB) August 30, 2005
Worldezbiz, a leading personal assistant services company for both business and private individuals worldwide, has announced expansion of its personal assistants services in China. Not only is the Internet growing by leaps and bounds as a virtual global economy, it also has the power to physically bring people together on many fronts. Understanding another's culture is also understanding and appreciating their needs.
Worldezbiz Personal assistants are now going beyond the Great Wall of China, adding to our list of the countries served. Now doing it in New York, Paris, London, Beijing and more ...
The recent increase in business travelers to China coupled with the explosive growth in China's economy have made this strategic decision relatively easy to arrive at. Companies are looking for ways not only to increase their revenues by making partnerships and alliances in China, but also ways to communicate more effectively when conducting business. Worldezbiz provides a means to achieve both.
Acceptance of China into the World Trade Organization (WTO), being selected as the host of the 2008 Olympics has attracted many more organizations to conduct business in China, but conducting business in a foreign language is a critical component that must be considered. Through our recent partnerships with several personnel service providers in China, worldezbiz can now offer, translators, culture guides, office overload staff and others who are familiar with various industries, organizations and even in some cases with government business requirements for foreigners.
What makes us so attractive to both US and Chinese business is that all of our people in China speak English and a majority of our personal assistants hold advanced degrees from the top universities in Beijing and elsewhere in China. When we first launched our Chinese personal assistants service we were unaware of how popular it would actually become.
Following numerous requests, we have added an additional service to provide assistance in China for those requiring multilingual office staff on a full or part time basis. This will not only foster great communications between our team of personal assistants and US-based clients, but it will also help narrow the all important communications gap providing Chinese companies with somewhat of a Westernized insight through communications, which is frequently lacking.
Should you not be able or willing to travel to China, but need something taken care of on the mainland, we can also act as your remote personal assistants, this service offered both for companies and private individuals.
Please see more details on how you can fast track your business requirements in China at http://www.worldezbiz.com
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