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About Practical Logic

Practical Logic

Practical Logic

ANNOUNCING THE LAUNCH OF "THE BIG RED BOOK OF OUTSOURCING"

The Big Red Book of Outsourcing is a directory of services outsourcing in China and brings together, in a single document:

  • 131 companies
  • 21 Model Cities
  • 34 provinces and municipalities
  • 94 service outsourcing cities
  • 377 outsourced services
  • 287 supported industries
  • 356 service outsourcing high-tech parks
  • 1,253 other economic development zones

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ABOUT PRACTICAL LOGIC

Dr. Philip Hadcroft is a leading authority in the field of Business Process Outsourcing (BPO). He attained the world’s first PhD in that discipline in 2002, has worked extensively in that field for over 20 years and was appointed as the official BPO Strategy Advisor to the Heilongjiang (China) Government in 2006. He has chaired forums, run workshops and addressed audiences in this field all over the world.

In 2010, after 20 years on the leadership teams of multinational public companies, Dr. Hadcroft formed Practical Logic, a specialist management consultancy focused on outsourcing.

Such a high proportion of Practical Logic’s clients have been looking for a roadmap to begin or expand their businesses in China, that Dr. Hadcroft embarked on building this directory as a resource for the benefit of his team, and for the outsourcing profession more broadly.

Dr. Hadcroft hold Fellowships in management, marketing, and international marketing. At the time of publication, he is Chairman of the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (Australian Chapter), and sits on the Board of the Council for Outsourcing Research and Education. He lives in Sydney, Australia with his wife Chris. He has two children, Damion, an engineer and Gabrielle, a graphic designer.

P.O Box 799, Drummoyne, NSW 1470, Australia
information@practicallogic.com.au

Posts By Practical Logic

Services Outsourcing in China – Episode 8: How to Participate in China’s Growth

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Services Outsourcing in China – Episode 6: China’s High Tech Parks and Zones

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Services Outsourcing in China – Episode 5: Outsourcing in China’s Provinces and Regions

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Services Outsourcing in China Episode 5 in a series of 8 interviews with Dr. Philip Hadcroft

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Services Outsourcing in China – Episode 4: Outsourced Services Available from China

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Services Outsourcing in China Episode 4 in a series of 8 interviews with Dr. Philip Hadcroft

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Services Outsourcing in China – Episode 3: China’s Top Outsourcing Cities

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Services Outsourcing in China Episode 3 in a series of 8 interviews with Dr. Philip Hadcroft

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Services Outsourcing in China – Episode 2: China’s Top Outsourcing Companies

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Services Outsourcing in China – Episode 1

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Practical Logic

November 25, 2011 |

ANNOUNCING THE LAUNCH OF “THE BIG RED BOOK OF OUTSOURCING”

The Big Red Book of Outsourcing is a directory of services outsourcing in China and brings together, in a single document:

  • 131 companies
  • 21 Model Cities
  • 34 provinces and … Read More