China’s Transformative Companies is building an interactive database of enterprises both inside and outside of China who can reliably and capably serve that country’s huge and largely untapped consumer base, and who do so in a way that respects the planet’s need for sustainability.  We’re compiling the world’s largest listing of responsible, forward-thinking China-serving companies.   The list is being compiled now, and will be available in January, 2016

  China has achieved its vast economic success in recent decades mostly  through manufacturing and exports. Now, the country seeks to broaden its economic base by creating a thriving consumer market.   Jack Ma, Chairman of the Alibaba Group, has pointed out that the Chinese middle class is already larger than the entire population of the United States.  Serving this huge market will be the focus of many enterprises in the coming years.  Those who do so responsibly can be members of the CTC directory.

   Despite the name, China’s Transformative Companies also includes in their database firms based largely outside China.  The main requirement is that they can capably serve Chinese consumers while observing local and international standards of conduct.

  In addition to respecting Chinese cultural and business practices, members must behave in an environmentally responsible way, hewing to the UN’s 2030 Sustainability goals which support a healthy planet.

  The first part of the list being compiled now, is subsection AA. This includes firms who typically have a Gold Supplier account on Alibaba, feature that company’s Trade Assurance, and sell products which maintain at least a 4 star rating on Amazon.com.

  Many of these companies, including Baidu, Huawei, Tencent, and Lenovo, appeared in Fortune's Most Admired Companies list from September, 2015.

Complete list is as follows:

  For more information contact chinastransformativecompanies@gmail.com, or  Communications Director Amy Chang at amychang243@yahoo.com.