Doing Business in China For Small American Entrepreneurs About to Get Easier

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First Fully Bilingual Internet Marketing Company (Spanish and English) Launching All-In-Chinese Products, Marketing Tools, and Website Making it easy for American Entrepreneurs to Do Business in China Without Living There.

Direct sales company Abunza, a pioneer in creating a fully bilingual (English - Spanish) marketing opportunity for its entrepreneurial sales force, is adding Chinese. "Abunza allows mono-lingual entrepreneurs to do business in a language they don't speak," said Albert Le, trainer of the Abunza business model.

China's economy averaged a 10.35% growth rate from 1997 to 2007. The dollar has steadily fallen against the Chinese Yuan since the mid-1990s. And there is a perennial trade imbalance between China and the US. Abunza wants to make it simple for American entrepreneurs to get a piece of that growth.

"Entrepreneurs who learn to use Internet marketing strategies will be able to do business in China without needing to learn how to speak Chinese, or live there," said Le, owner of and trainer of Internet marketing strategies. "This will open the doors for thousands of American business people who want to cash in on the Chinese economy and who have limited capital."

Indeed, an Internet business must still be run and advertised properly to succeed. There are risks as in any business. But Le mentions, "If you tried to do this with a traditional brick and mortar business you'd need hundred of thousands of dollars in capital, maybe millions. Hogwash, with the right knowledge and tools you can get started for around $2,000."

One of his companies he started 10 months ago with less than $2,000 already does business across North America, Latin America, and Europe. He's helped set-up local business people to follow his model in over six States. By the end of 2008 they'll all be positioned to do business in China.

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