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How to Start and run a Business in China during the lockdown!

How to Start and run a Business in China during the lockdown!

The Chinese government has tightened regulations on the business world. The country has been locked down for almost a month now, and the effects are already being felt. The Internet is almost completely down, and business is slow to start. But that doesn’t mean that starting a company is any easier in China than it used to be.

If you’re thinking of opening a company in China, the lockdown has you covered. China is the world’s second largest economy, and its government is looking to make it a more open and modern place. So far, the results have been mixed. On the one hand, the lockdown has caused many small businesses and startups to close down. On the other, it has created an opening for many to start over. Here’s how you can start and run a business in China during the lockdown!

What to do now that China’s Internet is down?

The good news is that you won’t be completely cut off from the outside world. While you won’t be able to access the Internet while the country is under lockdown, you can still get in contact with old and new friends, make new connections, and explore new places. So, while the lockdown is in effect, don’t be afraid to take the initiative and get in touch with people you know or make new connections. You’ll still be able to use the services that you normally use, like email, phone, and social media. So, don’t let the lockdown stop you from doing anything you like to do. Get in touch with old and new friends, make new connections, and explore new places!

Stay in touch with friends and family while the Internet’s down

You might have heard that if you want to stay in touch with friends and family while the Internet is down, you can use Skype or online video calling services. This is very true, but there is one catch: You can only do this while the Internet is down in one location. So, if you want to make video calls or send messages to your friends and family while you’re in another city, you’re out of luck. Fortunately, there are still ways to stay in touch with friends and family while the Internet is down. So, what to do? Here are a few ideas:

Get in touch with your friends and family in person. Hang out, have dinner, or go to the cinema with them. If you’re close enough to commute together, offer to drive them to the airport or train station.

Utilize online communication services, like Google Hangouts, which you can access from any computer or mobile device.

Make friends through social media platforms. You can easily create a profile on Weibo, China’s largest social media platform, and start connecting with people.

Stay in touch with your work colleagues through email or company-specific apps.

Use Airbnb while the Internet’s down

Airbnb is a great way to get yourself connected with people in a new location. All you need to do is create an account, enter your location, and put “airbnb” as the type of accommodation. You can either list your own house or a rental unit. You can also add “guests” to make people’s stays more personal. The host can either be a friend or someone you’ve met in person. The guest can decide whether or not to pay the host. All you have to do is find a host in your location who’s willing to rent to you. The host can either list the unit for rent or give you the address. You can find listings for listings, and there are over 1 million listings for places to stay in China. If you decide to go with a private room, make sure the person you’re sharing it with is willing to pay the expenses.

Set up a blog while the Internet’s down

Contrary to popular belief, you can still set up a blog while the Internet is down. Blogs are often a great way to connect with old and new friends, make new connections, and stay in touch with your past. So, even though your Internet connection may be slow, you can still set up a blog. Here are a few things to keep in mind:

Think about your blog’s purpose. Is it to connect with old and new friends, to share your experiences, or to increase your traffic?

Make sure your blog doesn’t contain any inappropriate content. You can find tons of advice on setting up a blog here.

Make sure to keep your blog updated. Your readers should be able to navigate to your page from any computer or mobile device, whether at home or on the move.

Create a WeChat group while the Internet’s down

WeChat, China’s largest messaging app, has become extremely popular during the lockdown. So much so that it has become almost synonymous with social media. WeChat groups are like online Clubs, where members can introduce themselves and find new friends. You can create a WeChat group with anyone, even if they live far away. The only rule is that the group cannot have any members with bad reputation.

If you set up a WeChat group, your friends and family will be able to join your group, even if they’re not based in your area. But don’t worry, you don’t have to set up a group for just your old, close friends. You can set up a WeChat group for anyone who is willing to join. You can also invite your colleagues to join your WeChat group since you’ll be interacting with them through the app as well.

Bottom line

The lockdown has definitely had an effect on starting and running a business in China. Entrepreneurs will face new challenges, and the general public will have limited access to information. But, even though it’s been almost a month since the lockdown started, it’s only going to get harder to start a business in China. For entrepreneurs who are ready to take the plunge, there are still ways to get your company off the ground.

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