You can also speak like him !
Business Chinese course is designed specifically for professionals who have a solid base of Mandarin knowledge and who intend to use Chinese in business settings or who want a business focused curriculum.
Courses and lessons are available in small groups to benefit from the interaction with fellow classmates or in private classes to enjoy the undivided attention of our teachers and also learn at the student’s own pace.
Upon request, we organize and lead corporate programs tailored to an organization's objectives and industry where we develop a company specific curriculum & manage all of the staff language training
The courses and lessons are designed for professionals from all industries who need Chinese at work and business. For further details please find below the specific course that you are interested in.
Meetings, Negotiations and Presentations
Professionals who need to present ideas convincingly in formal oral presentation
Business people who need to use Mandarin in international meetings and negotiations and wish to do so more effectively and persuasively
persuasive communication: style, tone, image and impact
effective organizing: content and presentation
effective presentation skills
developing language skills through practice Meetings and Negotiations
extensive role-plays and frequent group and individual feedback
Professionals who need financial Mandarin terminology and principles at their work
Stocks, shares & their markets
Financial Analysis Reports
Financial correspondence – emails & analyst reports
Working professionals who need Legal Mandarin terminology and principles at their work to discuss legal matters with clients, colleagues and business partners
law students who wish to extend their Legal Mandarin communication skills to the next level
Business Formation, company liability & IPO
Sales & Purchase Law – Preambles, agreements & contracts
Employment law and contracts
Insolvency & Risk management – Legal risk & creditors rights
Intellectual Property Law (IP) – Trademarks, patents & copyright
Communicating in Plain Mandarin
Being concise and clear
Mandarin Correspondence (emails and letters)
Anyone who writes emails or letters as part of their work
write to suit your purpose
apply plain Mandarin principles
use appropriate language, content, tone, and structure
modern business-writing practice and formatting
email writing do’s and don’ts.