Where Your China Business Starts, Company Registration Services in China since 1999.Your Path To China

Testimonials and References

Last Updated: Oct. 16, 2017

Path To China has been provided company incorporation, payroll and accounting services for more than 18 years. We continue to improve our services to Foreign investors in China, which has been widely praised by our clients. We know that you are central to our services and you do care about what are others saying about it. Please check below a few testimonials picked up from hudreds of our happy clients

REFERENCE 1: By Anna, General Manager of a Multinational company's China operation.

Approximately how long did it take to get your company to registered in China from first contact with approval to “Path to China” to proceed?

It would be more appropriate to work from the time you provided all the required document to registration. This took about two months. Our first contact was in September and we did take some time to digest all the information and sourced all the documents.

If you had to do this process again - would you use “Path to China” and why?

Yes, definitely. Mr. Li and his staff are most helpful. Mr. Li was able to answer any questions that we had or concerns and explain them well.

Did you find the overall process reasonably easy and straight forward as presented by “Path to China”? Did they help facilitate the process on your behalf completing forms etc. or simply provide a set of steps to follow?

Yes, they took care of everything. What is important is that you have to ask all the questions so that you have a full understanding of what is involved. All them major legal documents that you sign for the registration have the English version provided by Path to China

Did “Path to China” follow up on a regular basis, and steer you through the “red tape” in a simple and clear way?

The was not red tape to be experienced in the process as Path to China handles all the proceedings. What is a bit bureaucratic is when you go and set up your bank account. It is important that the bank you choose have personnel that speaks fluent English and can explain all the requirements. For this I mean really fluent English just conversational English is not enough as they make certain assumptions that you will do as you are told rather than explain the process so that you understand what you are need to do as it involves so many kinds of chops/stamps (company, personal, financial, invoice chops/stamps).

Were they sensitive to your time frame?

Yes - in fact everything for our case went very smoothly and faster than anticipated. I guess this owed to the fact that we take care to provide all the documents to Mr. Li as requested. (or in the manner as requested with the proper endorsements etc.)

What was the biggest “added value” provided by “Path to China in your opinion? Did you have a company employee in China at the time your firm was being registered? If so were they involved in the registration process?

Mr. Li is very down to earth and you can speak frankly with him regarding any concerns that you might have. As we also use his other services such as accounts and payroll, he was also able to give us advice on such matters.

Were there any major issues or problems you in countered with the overall process, or with “Path to China” specifically?

No.

--- Provided by Anna from BMH

REFERENCE 2:

We are a Dutch company and we are about to enter the Chinese market. We find our cooperation with PTC very successful. At the beginning we needed a little time to get acquitant with each other. We have worked (and still do so) with PTC in Beijing.

Since we as owners of the business are not always in Beijing PTC takes things out of our hands. In this case Gifty Jia executes this with speed, care, eye for detail and integrity. If things needed to be smoothed out, it was not a problem to sit down together at PTC’s office and get aligned again.

PTC helps us also with issues as banking, offices, and administration and accounting services. We are very much satisfied with their services and we will certainly extend our cooperation with PTC for opening other offices this year.

--- By Camiel from Holland

 

REFERENCE 3:

Approximately how long did it take to get your company to registered in China from first contact with approval to “Path to China” to proceed?

It took about 2 months to get the biz regisration document.

If you had to do this process again - would you use “Path to China” and why?

Yes. They were very helpful and accommodating. The service was very personalized. I had the mobile phone numbers of all the key people and I could call them anytime. They responded very quickly on all my queries.

Did you find the overall process reasonably easy and straight forward as presented by “Path to China”? Did they help facilitate the process on your behalf completing forms etc. or simply provide a set of steps to follow?

Yes. They even helped my created my Chinese company name using suitable Chinese characters that matched the sound of the English name.

Did “Path to China” follow up on a regular basis, and steer you through the “red tape” in a simple and clear way?

Yes, they would find solutions to overcome barriers.

Were they sensitive to your time frame?

YES

What was the biggest “added value” provided by “Path to China in your opinion? Did you have a company employee in China at the time your firm was being registered? If so were they involved in the registration process?

I work from home so I do not have a office address. It is mandatory to operte from an officially recognized office space. They found a business park that would provide the relevant papers so I could have an official office address. There was a small problem - when the time came from my company to start issuing official receipts, there was a minor issue with the address and so Path To China came up with an alternative solution that solved the problem.

Were there any major issues or problems you in countered with the overall process, or with “Path to China” specifically?

No.

--- Provided by Peter from Hotdog Deco

REFERENCE 4: By Mr. Jared, a U.S. entrepreneur, he has more than 15 years experience of doing business in and with China. PtC helped to establish more than 2 WFOEs for him. Mr. Jared conducts a consulting business in Shanghai, he has a manufacturing business back to Tennessee.

How is your experience with “Path To China”?

Thank you for these documents and for getting the visas extended. Again thanks for the great service. Please continue to hold the original documents until my return in March. I do feel you guys did a very good job and happy to have my comments on your website.

 

REFERENCE 5: By Mr. Creech , managing director of a New Zealand in China, PtC helped to establish a WFOE in China

How is your experience with “Path To China”?

As I said, we've been very happy with the service you've provided. Starting a business in China can be a very challenging process, but working with Path To China has made the whole process extremely simple and efficient for us, so we could focus on the more important aspects of setting up and running a business here in Shanghai. The team at Path To China (and Wendy specifically) are always extremely efficient at answering any questions that we have, and I'm more the glad to recommend their service to anyone looking to register a business in China.

Reference 6: Mulyani, owner of group of Companies that have operation in Singapore, China and Indonesia

Approximately how long did it take to get your company to registered in China from first contact with approval to “Path to China” to proceed?

Early in the process, we were given a list of documents that we need to apply as well as the timetable. The timetable given to us is very accurate and we feel that “Path to China” is very experienced in registering a company in China. There is no negative surprise at all during the process, the process is very smooth.

If you had to do this process again - would you use “Path to China” and why?

Yes, definitely. We are very happy that we used “Path to China” in registering our company in China. Mr. Li Jun and Ms.Wendy Wang really took time to address all our questions and concerns and they did it in a prompt manner. Both Mr. Li Jun and Ms. Wendy Wang have very good command of English.

Did you find the overall process reasonably easy and straight forward as presented by “Path to China”? Did they help facilitate the process on your behalf completing forms etc. or simply provide a set of steps to follow?

Yes. “Path to China” did many extra things to make sure we don’t encounter any problem in opening the company in China. One example, since we cannot speak Mandarin, Ms. Wendy Wang agreed to come with us to the bank to help us opening the bank account for our company. Everything was well prepared by “Path to China” that we don’t have to worry about anything.

Did “Path to China” follow up on a regular basis, and steer you through the “red tape” in a simple and clear way?

“Path to China” always updated us on the progress. We were never in a lost in terms of where we are in the registration process. Communication with us is excellent. They also advised us on the practical things, making the whole process easy for us to go by.

Were they sensitive to your time frame?

Yes, when we told them that we need to complete the company registration by such time, they really took that into their consideration and advised us to prepare some documents in advance to speed-up the process.

What was the biggest “added value” provided by “Path to China in your opinion? Did you have a company employee in China at the time your firm was being registered? If so were they involved in the registration process?

The biggest ‘added value’ is that “Path to China” take the hassle out of us in registering the company. Registering company in China is a complex process - lots of documents and Government agencies need to be contacted. However, we always feel that “Path to China” always hold our hands in the process and really make the process easy, not frustrating at all, and smooth. We contribute this to large extent the work of Ms. Wendy Wang. She is the Business Registration Manager who oversaw the process on daily basis. We really recommend her.

Were there any major issues or problems you in countered with the overall process, or with “Path to China” specifically?

Not at all. I recommend strongly whoever wants to register a company in China to use “Path to China”. They not only helping you complete the business registration process, but also will provide you with accounting, tax and visa process. So it’s really a one-stop shop and it is a very good one.

 

 

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