Where East Eats West (2020)

Where East Eats West Sam Goodman Where East Eats West From sandwiches to nuclear power plants Goodman s in the trenches China experiences cover an unusually broad range and the advice he offers you comes unvarnished unleavened and unadulterated just
  • Title: Where East Eats West
  • Author: Sam Goodman
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 371
  • Format: Kindle Edition
Where East Eats West Sam Goodman From sandwiches to nuclear power plants, Goodman s in the trenches China experiences cover an unusually broad range and the advice he offers you comes unvarnished, unleavened, and unadulterated, just like he lived it Anyone contemplating an adventure in the world of China business will learn an awful lot from him Ted Plafker, 20 year China veteran, Economist s Beijing From sandwiches to nuclear power plants, Goodman s in the trenches China experiences cover an unusually broad range and the advice he offers you comes unvarnished, unleavened, and unadulterated, just like he lived it Anyone contemplating an adventure in the world of China business will learn an awful lot from him Ted Plafker, 20 year China veteran, Economist s Beijing Correspondent, and author of Doing Business in China Finally A China business book from the perspective of an entrepreneur Where East Eats West has got it all the hard truth, humor and real insight into doing business in China as the little guy, and winning Steve Chiu, 13 year China Veteran, Co Founder, Zhaopin China s Monster In Where East Eats West The Street Smarts Guide to Business in China, Goodman uses his unparalleled China experience to boil down the China business basics into fun, easy to digest lessons and ready to serve actions so you can steer clear of making China rookie mistakes While many books have been written for the corporate executive or the bigwig with deep pockets, Where East Eats West is refreshing as it s written for the little guy who is on the ground and in the trenches Designed to be the ultimate plane book, Where East Eats West entertains the weathered China hand as much as it educates the China rookie through humorous, firsthand narratives that make the reader feel as if Goodman is sitting beside them, having a conversation.Already part of the MBA curriculum for Boston College, Rutgers and Colorado State University and winning praise by China veterans, Where East Eats West is an easy and wonderfully informative read This book is perfect for the entrepreneur with a burning desire to head across the ocean in search of fame and fortune, or for those who have just received orders to relocate to China for the opportunity of a lifetime, but have no idea what to expect It is also an amusing companion for those already in China doing business and struggling to maintain faith in a vision and the essential goodness of humankind or even for those who have been doing business in China for a long time three years or and simply need a good laugh and know that they are not alone.Among its many pearls of wisdom, Where East Eats West prepares the China newbie for those first few infatuating weeks and equips them with how to avoid becoming delirious with China Fever as well as how to cope when reality sets in Then it provides just enough historical and cultural background about business in China to help you understand where they re coming from when you don t see eye to eye which invariably happens.Goodman openly shares his two most important rules to succeeding in the Chinese business market and in another chapter offers a friendly warning about the two most uncommon things in China to preempt being caught off guard Where East Eats West s down to earth advice will give your the tools to deal with such issues as China s vast human resources, a.k.a the enormous talent puddle , and offers everything you need to know about doing business in China, all wrapped up in a book so entertaining, you won t be able to put it down ABOUT THE AUTHORSam Goodman, Canadian serial entrepreneur started his first business at eleven Moving to China in 1995, Goodman learned the language, built and sold the World famous in China chain of cafes, Beijing Sammies was a Client Partner for the world s largest executive recruitment firm and a successful negotiator in English and Chinese on the Westinghouse US China 5.4 billion, nuclear power plant bid.
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  1. James Cripps

    Goodman actually was on the frontlines of doing business in China, unlike many other books claim And not only that, he is selling TO the Chinese market Most foreign entrepreneurs are just here for the low prices which translates to big margins when selling back home.I commend Mr Goodman And I will certainly be reading this book again.

  2. Ayman

    Very entertaining read Apart from the other formal and academic books on China, this is a nice journey through the eyes of a young entrepreneur running around the small streets of Beijing to setup a small business navigating all sorts of issues relevant to both small and large companies.

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