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China Daily European Weekly – Cover Story – December 2011

The following is an excerpt from a China Daily European Weekly cover story entitled “Little to Cheer About”. It deals with the effects of the economic downturn on consumers, retailers and Chinese suppliers. David Bartram of China Daily spoke with Enter the Panda about our experiences on the ground here in China. To read the full article click here. “There has certainly been a notable tightening of the purse strings this...

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A Christmas Greeting from ETP in China

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Settling Magazine – "Into the Unknown" – October 2011

The following is an article we wrote for Shanghai’s Settling Magazine about our experiences launching ETP in China. It was published in October 2011 and covered three pages of their ‘City Business Focus’ section. Into the Unknown – Finding Our Feet in Beijing Starting a new business anywhere is tough. Having the idea and motivation to get started is a big step, but as anyone who has attempted it will tell you, it...

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China Daily – Cover Story – August 2011

The following is an excerpt from a China Daily cover story about Entrepreneurs, written by David Bartram. To view a cropped version of the original article, click the image to the right. An understanding of the local business environment is often what is lacking from young entrepreneurs and SMEs who want to do business with China rarely have an idea where to start. In 2007, Dave White and Shane O’Neill, a British engineer and an Irish...

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CBB Focus – Featured Column – June 2011

The following is an excerpt from a featured column in CBB FOCUS. You can view an image of the original piece below. ACHIEVEMENTS Enter the Panda Ltd. is a collaboration between a British engineer and an Irish designer. Our concept for ETP was born in 2007 when a discussion about solving the challenges faced by small businesses in China led to the realization of natural crossovers between our two disparate industries. The idea to combine our...

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