- Bech-Bruun News
- 15 April 2011
Bech-Bruun to establish a representative office in China
Bech-Bruun is establishing a representative office in Shanghai, China as per 1 May 2011.
Alexander Schultz has been appointed as Head of Representative Office of Bech-Bruun in China. Alexander Schultz resides in China and has formerly acted as Commercial Counsellor at the Danish embassy in Beijing and as Head of the Danish Trade Council in China. Alexander Schultz has, therefore, a unique knowledge of, and network in, China.
“The establishment of a representative office in China has a dual purpose: to assist Danish investors and companies to establish contacts to Chinese businesses and authorities, and similarly to assist Chinese investors and companies, which are considering entering the European market, more particularly the Danish market,” says Randi Bach Poulsen
, Managing Partner, Bech-Bruun.
By establishing a representative office in China, Bech-Bruun wishes to promote its commercial interests in the Chinese market and by corollary the Danish market.