An interesting article
in Forbes earlier this month suggests that there has finally been some synergy between the London and Chinese markets for venture capital and the start-up scene. A recent observation of those who monitor the market suggest that many investors, as well as businesses starting out themselves are either already dabbling in the Chinese market, or were already established. The same is of the other way round as well. It appears the Chinese market has gone through progressive change that shows a massive shift from China being ‘copiers’ to ‘innovators’.
Hubs in London have been an invaluable tool, according to commentators, which are used to bridge the gap for global markets. If you are a business looking to expand where you are reaching around the world, consider signing up to a hub. There are many useful references in the article
I refer to, specifically for Chinese markets.
The benefits of hubs can be invaluable and are not just for Chinese markets. They are useful to meet other likeminded people, investors, links to contacts that may be useful to you, as well as financing contacts, create relationships with banks, and finding yourself a cost-effective flexible office space to work. For a full list of business hubs in your area, take a look at this link
to get you started.