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Hitcents President Chris Mills Presents at CGDC

August 20 2013- Shanghai China –Hitcents President Chris Mills had a splendid presentation at the 6th annual ChinaJoy - China Game Developers Conference (CGDC) on July 28, 2013. The theme of the presentation was "Designing for a Global Market- A Glance into the world of Game Development.” Mills shared the rapid growth and history of Hitcents with the audience, showed them Hitcents’ own game deve...

August 20, 2013
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Written By Chris Mills 慕乐文

The challenges of starting a business in China – Part 3 (Our Chinese Name)

In the last two blog posts I discussed the importance of location and some standard business operations. In this post I will be discussing the process of coming up with a Chinese name to register a company in China.

There are two routes you can go to determine a name in China. One is to do a literal translation of the name. For example Apple’s Chinese name is 苹果 (Píngguǒ) which literally means Apple. P...

August 12, 2013
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Written By Chris Mills 慕乐文

The challenges of starting a business in China – Part 2 (Business Operations)

In my previous blog entry I laid out some of the obstacles and challenges when choosing to open a business in China. In this post I will get into some of the deeper details of opening a new Chinese-based company and things you should expect to deal with during the process.

Any new company will require a capital injection once the company is formed. The capital amount must be decided at the beginning of the proc...

August 01, 2013
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Written By Chris Mills 慕乐文

The challenges of starting a business in China – Part 1 (Location, Location, Location)

When I first set out to explore the idea of opening an office in China I had zero experience with any foreign processes outside of The United States. I have opened several companies in the U.S. and the process is always simple, cheap, and straight forward since I am a U.S. citizen. I was single handedly given the task to explore the cost, processes, and challenges of starting a new business in China. This led me into ...