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OGS Capital Announces Major China Campaign to Assist Businesses



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To assist businesses with successful market entry, OGS Capital is announcing a China Campaign that will bring in local business leaders from China to assist entrepreneurs and business leaders with effective strategy development.

OGS Capital has a team of consultants providing a wide range of services that include business plan writing, market research and plan development, feasibility studies, financial planning, and more. In the first six months of 2015 the company has experienced a 35% percent increase in business plans for startup and expansion into China, and a 25% increase in request for assistance with market research and feasibility studies to explore the China market opportunities. To support the increasing interest in doing business in China, OGS Capital launched the China Campaign to bring in local leaders from China to assist businesses with planning for successful market entry.

In June 2015, the OECD projected average GDP growth of 6.7 percent by 2015 with continued robust domestic consumption, urbanization, and services industry expansion. These factors represent enormous opportunities for U.S. and other Western businesses interested in entering the China market, either operating locally or importing goods and services produced in China. When the National Bureau of Statistics of China published the first quarter 2015 GDP statistics (last official statistics published), the economy had increased at a rate of 7.0 percent year-over-year. For the same period, China continues to experience steady growth in online and store front retail sales of consumer goods (10.8 percent) and industrial production (6.4 percent). Household per capita disposal income grew by 9.4 percent.

“Though there are reports that China’s economy grew at a slower than expected rate through June 2015, China’s economy remains robust, especially in comparison to Western economies,” says Alex Silensky, the Founder and CEO of OGS Capital. China has a strong interest in foreign investments that bring innovation and/or serve the domestic consumption market.

There are risks to entering the emerging China market, so it is critical that businesses, whether interested in starting local China enterprises or acquiring materials and goods, complete in-depth market research, strategize to address changing market opportunities, and address specific risks. “How the business enters the Chinese market is a major factor in long-term success,” says Silensky. To support the efforts of businesses interested in expanding into China, OGS Capital initiated the China Campaign to assist business startup and expansion efforts in which local industry experts from China share cultural and business knowledge to strengthen market entry strategies.

There are many challenges businesses must overcome to successfully conduct business in China, and all of these issues are addressed in the business plan.

The challenges and risks include successfully establishing local Chinese partnerships and alliances; maneuvering through a complex bureaucratic process; establishing an effective communication system that fits within established Chinese cultural norms; developing a staffing plan that recognizes local ethnic and cultural practices; sourcing materials and manufactured products for import/export within a complex regulatory system; and many others.

OGS Capital has a team of business consultants with expertise across industries and business functions. The company offers a range of services from business plan development to financial planning, and also conducts in-depth market research and feasibility studies for startups and business expansion. Each consulting project provides customized services based on client needs. OGS Capital also assists businesses with raising capital from private and public entities.

For more information or to submit an online contact form, please visit https://www.ogscapital.com/.

Contact:

Alex Silensky    

(USA) 1-619-727-5304

(UK) 44-203-318-1069







Inc.com and Americas Mojo Maven Join Forces to Bring The Magic Of Mojo to Small Businesses Everywhere


Asheville, NC (PRWEB) February 05, 2015

You just never know what can happen in a chance meeting. Such a fortuitous event happened last May when Ariana Ayu found herself engaged in a delightful conversation with Jim Ledbetter, Editor of Inc. Magazine and website. They were both attending a dinner at Inc.’s GrowCo Conference in Nashville, TN and found themselves naturally discussing small business and entrepreneurship. Jim Ledbetter, formerly of Reuters (as well as The Village Voice, Time Inc. and Fortune Inc,) became the Editor of Inc. in January of 2014. He asked Ayu if she’d be willing to contribute a few articles to Inc. com, and her column, “Business Mojo” was born.

What is Business Mojo, you ask? Ariana Ayu says, “I always define mojo as the creative power behind success, and that’s true whether referring to a person or a business. Mojo is an internal factor that shines through the outside structure (i.e. a human being or a business entity). As an individual, mojo makes you magnetic, attracting people to you who want what you offer. As a business, mojo does the same; attracting talent as well as customers.”(1)

Inc.com, which turned 35 this year, is one of the leading print and online publications for small businesses and entrepreneurs. It is the perfect fit for Ariana Ayu’s cutting edge business savvy, and an ideal forum for her sassy and topical writing style. Inc. had a lot of peer recognition in 2014, with the American Society of Magazine Editors singling Inc. out with its 2014 National Magazine Award for General Excellence, AdWeek readers picking Inc. as a Readers’ Choice on the AdWeek Hot List, and Ad Age naming Inc. to its sought-after A-List. Inc. was also nominated as a 2015 finalist in two categories of National Magazine Award, including General Excellence. (2)

“People think business is all business, but it’s not. Business is about people,” says Ayu. “When we honor the human factor within business we improve our bottom line, the economy, and the lives of all those we touch.” This applies to large corporations as well as small businesses. Ayu has worked as a high-level executive and board member for a multimillion-dollar consulting company as well as working for and with companies ranging from 1 person to more than 10,000.

“Small businesses are the driving force of the economy and create 70 percent of the jobs in America,” Eric Cantor, R-7th, said in a Nov. 25 news release.(3) Small businesses matter. They are instrumental to the American economy and are the building blocks of the largest corporations. Today, 2 out of 3 new jobs are created by small employers, which employ about 120 million people from the private sector workforce. More than 40% of the high technology workers in America are employed by small firms who also produce 13 times more patents per employee than larger firms. (4)

Ariana Ayu, CEO and founder of several companies, including Ayutopia International, which develops profitable collaborative corporate cultures, personal celebrity brands, and custom branded websites has written a number of informative and entertaining articles for Inc., including “Is Your Management Style Scaring Your Employees?” “The Enormous Cost of Unhappy Employees” and “Business Mojo: 4 Ways to get More Mojo into Your Company Culture.” Her full repertoire of Inc.com articles can be found at http://www.inc.com/author/ariana-ayu.

Inc. is the only major business magazine edited exclusively to guide CEOs and owners of small-to-midsize companies to success. Inc. provides fresh, insightful analyses to give the major players in the business world the tools they need to excel. Each issue, written by managerial gurus and experts, utilizes real life examples of strategies, case studies, and successes and failures edited specifically to illuminate new ways in which its readers can benefit. Big and small organizations alike turn to Inc. to make sense of ever-changing business world. (5)



ABOUT ARIANA AYU

About Ariana Ayu — Often called America’s Mojo Maven, Ariana Ayu helps businesses grow and succeed with strategic consulting that brings more of their “IT factor” to life. She is a celebrated business and marketing strategist, interpersonal expert, international speaker, executive coach, and entrepreneur. Author of “The Magic of Mojo” series and the column “Business Mojo” on Inc.com, Ariana guides individuals on a step-by-step path to achieve both success and happiness – without sacrificing one for the other. Ariana was named Woman of the Year by the National Association of Professional Women and is an executive board member of the National Women’s Political Caucus.

Learn more at http://www.Ayutopia.com.

(1)    http://www.inc.com/ariana-ayu/business-mojo.html

(2)    Excerpt and quote from http://www.inc.com/eric-schurenberg/inc-a-great-year.html

(3)    http://www.richmond.com/news/article_727be046-0ddd-50e7-9f3e-351b5666d4eb.html

(4)    https://www.sba.gov/sites/default/files/sbfaq.pdf

(5)    http://www.incmagazine-digital.com/incmagazine/november_2014/Brand.action?lm=1414744262000







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