Small Business in Asia and Asean SME Entrepreneurs. We provide online information for Youth and Women Micro Businesses in Asia, ASEAN and the Middle East. Go to our Related Pages on the right column. First sub-category is Asian Small Business (Micro and SME). Here you will find information for China, Hong Kong, Japan, Macau, North Korea, South Korea and Taiwan. The next Asian entrepreneurs information is Asian SME Entrepreneur (Women and Youth), where we have information about the countries: Australia, Bangladesh, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, Russia, Sri Lanka and Turkey. And the last Asian listing  is Asian Entrepreneurship for SME, Youth and Women, where the smaller countries, like, Afghanistan, Bhutan, East Timor, Maldives, Mongolia, Nepal and Papua New Guinea are listed.

Small Business in Asia – ASEAN Community (AEC)

Small Business and Entrepreneurs in AsiaUnder ASEAN we have two main pages, ASEAN Small and Business (Micro and SME) with the countries: Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Singapore. And ASEAN SME Entrepreneurs (Women and Youth), where we have information about Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam. Middle East. In the Arab section, we have the Middle East information pages, with the first one being Middle East Small Business (Micro and SME) where you’ll find Cyprus, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Lebanon and Saudi Arabia. And under Middle East SME Entrepreneurs (Women and Youth) we have information about Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Dubai, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar and UAE.

Small Business in Asia – Social Media Tactics

small-business-in-asia-social-media-tactics3 Social Media Tactics to Grow Your Small Business. Social media plays a huge role in how the world perceives your business brand. The days when a brand could control public perception through traditional advertising methods are long gone. Today, the market is much more competitive and businesses need to work harder to stand out. In addition, consumers can now interact directly with brands on social media. Simply put, creating an engaging social brand can encourage positive comments, shares, user-generated content and brand advocacy among your customers. To get you started here are three tactics to help you make your social media investment pay off in customer engagement and sales. 1. Create a Cohesive Brand Image. 2. Give Your Brand a Human Face. 3. Embrace Crowdculture.

By Joern Nielsen