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16. Februar 2017 bis 17. Februar 2017
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Understanding China: China Economy 2017 Outlook, Technology Transfer, Cross-border E-commerce, Tips for Global Entrepreneurs
16 – 17 Feb 2017, Brussels | Registration Fee: 850 EUR
Join the latest edition of Understanding China to get ready for 2017. Aimed at EU-based partners and SME organisations, this two-day training programme will update your understanding of China and how to engage in the market. New topics covered include technology transfer, tips for global entrepreneurs looking to do business with or in China, and legal essentials for small businesses.
Refresh your China expertise, update your contacts network, and learn from experts and advisors supporting SMEs on a daily basis.
Understanding China is a training programme developed for organisations in Europe looking to increase their knowledge of the China market. The programme has been running since 2009 creating a new business dialogue on China-related issues.
Day One – Understanding China
• Registration, Welcome Coffee & Networking
• Opening Remarks by Officials from DG Grow, European Commission and EU SME Centre Director, Chris Cheung
• Top Trends in 2017 to Look Out for in the Chinese Market, by Chris Cheung, EU SME Centre Director
• Updates on China’s Trade and Investment Opportunities for EU Businesses
• Coffee Break
• Protecting Your Intellectual Property in China, by China IPR SME Helpdesk Expert
• Lunch & Networking
• China’s Cross-Border E-commerce and Free Trade Zones: Regulation Updates and Impact on Your Business, by Rafael Jimenez, EU SME Centre Business Development Advisor
• Networking with Snacks and Drinks
Day Two – Engaging in China
• Technology Transfer to China: How does it Work in Reality, by Xia Wenhuan, CCPIT
• Doing Business with China: What Global Entrepreneurs Need to Look Out For, by Jay Xu, Chinese Entrepreneur
• China Legal Essentials: Sales Contract and New Foreign Investment Law, by Ludmila Hyklova, EU SME Centre Legal Advisor
• Coffee Break
• How to Develop Government Relationships in China, by Professor Dr Jing Men
• Group Discussion: Feedbacks, Key Takeaways and Suggestions for Future Training
• Wrap Up
Registration and Payment
Please pay the registration fee on our event page to complete your sign-up, or contact us at registration[at]eusmecentre.org.cn
If you have any questions regarding the event registration, please send an email to us at registration[at]eusmecentre.org.cn