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How to Do Business with China - Cagliari

  • Type :Training Workshop
  • Date :Jun 8, All day, 2017
  • Venue :Sede Confindustria Centro Nord Sardegna, Cagliari
  • Member Price :100 EUR
  • Non-member Price :100 EUR
  • Contact :testoni@confindustriacns.it; bj.partnerships@cameraitacina.com; registration@eusmecentre.org.cn


Easily navigate through China's import regulations using our first-hand best practices and practical tips and apply them to your business.

Confindustria Centro Nord Sardegna, the China-Italy Chamber of Commerce and the EU SME Centre invite you to join our training workshop to get an accurate overview of today's Chinese market. It will help you understand clearly the legislation governing different sectors and how to stay compliant whilst ensuring your exports go smoothly. This training takes you through all the necessary steps from producer to customer including how to be export ready, how to clear customs, how to develop distribution channels, how to work out pricing levels, and what to watch out for pre and post transactions.

Tentative Agenda
08:30 – 09:00 Registration
09:00 –  09:20 Institutional speeches
09:20 – 09:50 China as a market and exporting to China 
09:50 – 10:40 Accessing the Chinese Food and Beverages market
10:40 – 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 – 12:00 Tourism Market in and from China
12:00 – 13:00 E-Commerce in China
13:00 – 13:30 Q&A 

How to Register

Click the "Buy Ticket" button on this page to sign up and complete the payment online. 

If you have problems making the payment online, we could offer bank transfer payment. Please send an email to registration@eusmecentre.org.cn.

Any question about the event please contact: testoni@confindustriacns.it
Any question about the agenda please contact: bj.partnerships@cameraitacina.com
Language: English with Italian translation

About the Expert 

Pablo Recio Gracia, EU SME Centre Expert

Pablo has extensive experience in supporting European small businesses in the Chinese market, particularly in the food and drink sector.

He is a specialist in market access for food and beverages to China, and assists companies in setting up in China, finding business partners, understanding technical barriers, developing market entry strategies and positioning products in the market.

Pablo is Managing Director of Eibens and has been living in China since 2005. He previously worked for public agencies including ICEX (Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade) and Extenda (Trade Promotion Agency of Andalusia) as well as private companies.

You will learn in the workshop business opportunities in China’s emerging sectors for Italian companies and common challenges of doing business with the country. It will also discuss top issues you need to look out for before entering the market and how you could be better prepared.