“Intensive economic development” is usually used in national macro-management. But here we are applying it into international business. Though communication between countries has become easier and cheaper than before, it still cost too much energy and money for a company to open an office abroad, especially in the big and modern cities of China. So intensive management takes its role and brings about an organization where the people handle daily works happening between local companies and foreign ones. People here are representatives for foreign companies and actually working for them while the difference lies only in that they are managed and paid by a local organization. In this way, a foreign company can pay a small sum of money to hire his workers abroad and get the same services as from opening a transnational branch themselves. This business mode will greatly optimize global resources and bring visible benefits for international companies and enterprises. Because of its “intensive mode” which means many companies share the properties like office, office tools, human resources and anything else, the organization can survive and develop by charging his partners very little.