CRAYFISH SERVICES Partner Engagement
Crayfish.io offers a systemic solution to identify and connect you with suitable partners in China from our extensive network.
We offer a range of standard services which you can purchase to suit your requirements. However, if you need more tailored solutions, we are always happy to discuss how we could help you. Please get in touch and book a free initial consultation.
Crayfish.io China experts offer 1 day systematic channel checks, store visits and site visits to your company.View Details
Crayfish.io will help introduce your organisation in Chinese, and seek to secure a meeting for you.View Details
We are excited to have appointed Crayfish.io to guide our engagement with the Chinese market. We feel in very capable and experienced hands. Your team has made careful, quick, reliable and tactical decisions and shown effective operation, which I want to thank you each for your respective parts and skills.
After some research and comparison, I decided to entrust STEER’s China activities to Crayfish. In just three months, we have made so much progress, including an unexpectedly fulfilling trip to China. We now have a clear, effective China strategy and I’m already planning my next trip to China!
The Crayfish team have been supportive in helping us understand and navigate our opportunities in China. Crayfish have proved to be a solid and reliable resource, each of their services has helped us ensure we approach our potential business relationships in China with a strong footing and in the right way.
No matter how large or small your requirements are, you can have them all met by using Crayfish® Partner Engagement Service. We ensure quality is not comprised by the cost savings we offer to you.
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