Journal of Emerging Technologies and Business Management


The top management of Australian China Investment Corporation (A CI C) is considering the future competition will impact to its business model on Work-Integrated-Learning (WIL), which specialize in bringing undergraduate students from western universities (Australia and United Kingdom) to place them as the practical teachers for English as a Second Language (ESL )in Peoples Republic of China (PRC). Nonetheless, the growth of the demand of ESL preschool teachers is still encouraging. The business team is assigned to review the company s existing business strategy in order to continuously sustain its business performance and remain its competitiveness in PRC. An assessment on the globalization agenda of the country, company s business model, comparative advantages, challenges and performance were done to identify the problems, and overcome the challenges that will leadA CI C to the better competitive position.2