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Entrepreneurship in China

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Experience sharing from Jim James who has been an entrepreneur in Asia since 1995 operating a number of companies; some successfully, and others not. Some links to other useful references included.

Experience sharing from Jim James who has been an entrepreneur in Asia since 1995 operating a number of companies; some successfully, and others not. Some links to other useful references included.

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    • 1. Entrepreneurship in creative industries in ChinaJim JamesChairmanEASTWEST Public RelationsBeijing
    • 2. en·tre·pre·neur/ˌäntrəprəˌ or/ no͝ "The entrepreneur shifts economic resources out of lower and into higher productivity and greater yield.”
    • 3. E-MythMichael Gerber• Technicians suffering from entrepreneurial seizure• Go to work ‘On your business’ not in your business• Build a system which enables ‘ordinary people to deliver exceptional results’
    • 4. Using your brain
    • 5. Partnership
    • 6. Key questions• Is it needed by enough people to make a business?• Can you deliver this profitably?• Is it sustainable over time?
    • 7. Are you passionate?Source: www.Jimcollins.com
    • 8. The business modelThe best business models are simple todefine, easy to scale and appealing tothe customer. Business model for EASTWEST PR
    • 9. It all starts with people Companies that go from good to great start not with “where” but with “who.”“Get the right people on the bus.”Jim Collins ‘Good to Great’ http://www.topgrading.com
    • 10. Routine sets you free data rhythm prioritieshttp://www.gazelles.com
    • 11. Management Pyramidhttp://www.gazelles.com
    • 12. Solving bottleneckshttp://www.gazelles.com/
    • 13. Cash is king!
    • 14. There will come a time…
    • 15. My ventures
    • 16. Beijinghttp://www.eobeijing.com
    • 17. ContactsBlog: http://www.jimjames.cnLinkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/in/jamesjimEmail: jim.a.c.l.james@gmail.comSkype: jim.a.jamesMobile: +8613910731967
    • 18. Entrepreneurship in creative industries in ChinaJim JamesChairmanEASTWEST Public RelationsBeijing

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