20 years ago，Chinese enterprises began their journey to expand their overseas business.
It is not only an external expansion of China’s economic , but also a kind of civilized output.
When crossing the border, there are many opportunities and pain points. On the one hand, sporadic and inaccurate information makes it difficult for companies to develop overseas business，on the other hand, different countries have different cultures and values. It is difficult for companies to conduct precise marketing activities and find the best partners in the local area.
However，the opportunities and risks of overseas investment coexist. It is necessary for enterprises to understand the local investment environment and regulations to avoid risks and protect their own rights and interests.
As a company with first-hand information and experience in SEA market,MagicWe hold this sub-forum with TechCrunch. We are aim at breaking the dilemma of the hearsay and information asymmetry,utilizing the network of long-term business accumulation and sales channel to build a persistent platform for everyone to share and communicate.
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How to start & build your business influence
Founder and CEO of baiyunhudong (MagicWe)
Legal risks in overseas investment (ODI)
Partner of Dentons (Suzhou) Law Firm
How to make use of self-media content to help brand open oversea market
Founder of YIWEN communication, Hongkong
How to avoid detours when companies doing business or invest in SEA markets?
Executive Director of CCV
Partner of Sync Wind (HK) Holdings Limited
3、Edward H Thai
500 Startups (Vietnam)
Digital advertising helps develop the Indonesian market
VP of PT. Digital Technology Advertising Indonesia
SEA–A Tech-driven Enterprise Powerhouse and Springboard to the World
Head of Corporate Finance Asia North Ridge Partner
Innovative business logic of cross-border e-commerce in China
The founder and CEO of WOOK
Media strategy for doing business in Southeast Asia
Co-founder of GOBA TV
How do cross-border brands go out of China
President of Mashington, co-chairman of BASIC
How do Chinese companies exploit market segmentation in SEA
|TAY WEE MENG
Chairman of the Singapore DODID Data Center and Advisory Committee of the Singapore Monetary Authority and Singapore Construction Bureau