• Our Story

    Connecting People since 2007

    When NEXTSTEP was formed in 2007, our goal was to help Shanghai business community build a curated network of business professionals and access to relevant information to grow their career and company.


    In the first 3 years, NEXTSTEP has developed over 150 networking events, forums, and roundtable sessions with a community of entrepreneurs, GMs, and consultants well over 15,000 people in Shanghai.


    In 2016, NextStep has organized over 40 entrepreneurial workshops and in 2017 we are now aiming at many more professional training for corporates.


    We are providing hands-on workshops and training targeting every entrepreneur and manager, on different subjects (Management, Business Plan, Digitalization and Uberisation, Product Market-fit, Leadership, Organization, ...) along with our online platform NextStepHub.com for Entrepreneurs in Asia.


    Contact us to know more and see how we could help you and your team on getting better at what you do by sending us an email at info@nextstep-workshops.com


    All our upcoming workshops are available by signing up here.

  • The Team

    Joe Constanty - NextStep Co-Founder



    The People Expert

    Ana has over 17 years’ combined experience in Talent Acquisition & Talent Management, Human Resources Business Partnership and Business management fields with almost 12 years’ experience specifically in China and Asia. Ana is also LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® certified facilitator and Master Coach




    WeChat : Ana_Ramos

    Greg Prudhommeaux - NextStep Co-Founder



    Building communities

    For the past 10 years, Greg has been helping others doing business in China. Opening his experiences from running consulting firms and other entrepreneurial projects in F&B and Events, as well as his extensive network of professionals and experts, to like-minded business owners.




    WeChat : Greg_Prudhommeaux

  • What is NextStep ?

    An online and offline workshop platform designed to accelerate your business and career.

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    Professionals workshops made by professionals for professionals

    Enhance your skills and those of your team

    NextStep Workshops is bringing deep-dive sessions on best practices to provide you a "playbook" to navigate some of China's most tasking operational issues as well as operation-focused to make sure you keep on training yourself. Think of our programs like the ultimate accelerated and hands-on eMBA.


    Better than usual conferences our networking events, our goal is to teach you things and go back home with something tangible. NextStep Workshops are coming in different formats from a few hours workshops to half-a-day classes that will require reasonable investment for your company or yourself.


    By popular demands, we had developed a wild range of training for companies around Design Thinking, Lego Serious Play, Cross-Cultural, Leadership, Coaching,...


    We guarantee this will be the best practical education you could get on doing business in Shanghai, and we signed an agreement with a top Business School to offer Certification and even EMBAs programs (but more about that in the emails).


    In any case, contact us directly and let us know what you are looking for you or for your team. We might already have something coming soon that will perfectly fit your needs and if not,... we will be more than happy to build something for you.


    (full program and information available by signing-up here)

  • They talk about us

    because we need the spotlight to help more entrepreneurs

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    Podcast interview

    "Conversation with an outstanding member of the entrepreneurial community in Shanghai: Gregory Prudhommeaux. He is the founder of NextStep, a platform to deliver training workshops to accelerate both businesses and professional careers through continuous practical learning."


    Listen to the full Interview here.

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    Shanghai Entrepreneurs: Greg Prudhommeaux

    by That's Shanghai magazine

    "Greg Prudhommeaux is no newbie to the entrepreneur game. With a passion for all things China, Greg moved here in 2005 and has been working on multiple businesses and startups ever since. He draws inspiration among other entrepreneurs, and had thus decided to work on keeping this network alive."


    Read the interview here