An award-winning marketer and tech entrepreneur, Jeremy Haft in 1999 founded BChinaB Inc., a contract manufacturing and logistics firm leveraging a network of more than 8,000 factories in China. Haft helps American companies — from Fortune 500's to mom-and-pop shops — buy and sell goods on the mainland by acting as their vertically integrated, rational supply chain. He has worked with many plastic product manufacturers and tooling makers.
One of the early participants in the birth of Silicon Alley, the center of Internet innovation in New York City, Haft was a founding partner of SiteSpecific Inc., a direct and Internet marketing services firm, ranked among the nation's top five by Forrester Research. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and was also an adjunct professor at New York University's Institute for Marketing and Management. He has lectured around the world and is a frequent commentator on China in the media.
In 2007 Haft published a book titled “All the Tea in China: How to Buy, Sell and Make Money on the Mainland”. In it, he offers both caution (based on first-hand experience) about the pitfalls of operating in China, and encouragement about the huge market opportunities that abound there for well-managed Western firms. In January, Entrepreneur.com ran a review calling the book one of the “five global business books to read now.”