Industries

7thConsulting operations revolves mainly around following industries:

  • Food & Beverage,
  • Stainless Steel,
  • Music,
  • Equine.

Company may consider enter co-operation with the companies from other industries, depending on the nature of the project.

Food & Beverage

China with the population of 1.4 bn inhabitants is a potential market, especially for the producers of quality food & beverage products from abroad.

However, to enter China, foreign companies need to be sure it's at the first place possible. In other words, is the market open?

Once in China, it is required to comply with local regulations and compete against the brands from all over the world.

As a result, not many companies marks their presence in the middle country, but some succeed in their endeavors.

Stainless Steel

Amongst stainless steel manufacturers China ranks number one country in the world, what proves it's the right destination for many foreign purchasers.

On the other hand maturity of stainless steel mills varies significantly; with few good companies and great majority of mediocre.

What is more, direct co-operation is usually hampered by many trading companies, attempting to present themselves as a manufacturers.

Entering such co-operation may lead to financial losses, it's time consuming and may contribute to losing good supplier, who would not like to sacrifice its relations with Chinese trading partner.

Music

Music market in China is developing with quality performing places and numerous festivals attracting thousands of people.

Moreover, audience in China can be enthusiastic and create great atmosphere for the performance.

Before entering the stage, however, artists need to be accepted by Chinese authorities and require specific type of visa.

Financial support from the sponsors is in majority cases another important issue.

7thConsulting, advises about this matters and other issues, helping artists from abroad to succeed in China.

Equine

Horse people in China forms a hermetic group with horses treated as companions and/or an element of their lifestyle.

Target customers vary. Some are aware about the prices, some would be willing to purchase high-end, quality horses, basing their decision also on the affection for the animal.

The key to success would be to develop individual relationships between buyers and sellers, taking care at the same time for the satisfaction of each party.