Here you will learn the most useful Chinese vocabulary when preparing a business presentation. You will learn how to sales have increased or decreased, or how much percent costs have increased or decreased. You will be able to say whether costs are under budget or over budget, and by what percentage. And ultimately, you'll be able to advise your Chinese colleagues on profitability.
Dani advises Leo that she will translate his presentation in English into Chinese at the conference. Leo decides he'd like to add a little Chinese to his presentation, and Dani helps him to translate his main points into Mandarin Chinese. Its a good opportunity for Leo to learn the basic business vocabulary in Chinese.
If you find yourself working in China, you will likely be nominated to speak on important occasions. Your boss will be keen to let clients and associates know that his company has an international ties and is therefore successful and important. With this in mind, don't spend too much time stressing about preparing the content, and instead concentrate on delivering a smooth, confident and composed presentation.
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