Business exit strategies must be considered when starting a business establishment in China in terms of implementing future restructuring strategies or controlling potential risks. Considering business exit strategies directly, or even developing a broad idea, will greatly benefit European SMEs guarding against business risks and facilitate their business restructuring plan in the future.
In this context, the EU SME Centre and the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in China will be organising a training seminar in Beijing on 28th May 2014, providing European SMEs information on different business exit options and procedures in China. This seminar will focus on:
- Different circumstances under which a business exit might be necessary
- How to choose the right option for your business – representative office, wholly foreign-owned enterprise, joint venture
- General procedures to wrap up your business legally and relevant authorities you will have to deal with
- Practical examples in the form of case studies
- Risks of ending business illegally in China
18:00-18:30 Registration 18:30-18:40 Opening remarks by the CCIFC 18:40-19:20 Business Exit Strategies in China, by Michael Schroeder, EU SME Centre expert
19:20-19:50 Q&A session
19:50-20:20 Networking and one-to-one consultations
This seminar is free but only open to European enterprises and SME intermediary organisations such as chambers of commerce and trade associations.
Click here to sign up.
EU SME Centre Report – Business Exit
EU SME Centre Webinar – How to wisely pull your business out of China?
Michael Schroeder, EU SME Centre
Michael graduated from the Law Department of Humboldt-University in Berlin. During his study, he interned at law firms in Tokyo and New York and gained extensive experience in Company Law. Michael has Lawyer’s Competence Certificate of Germany, and is also a member of the Berlin Chamber of Lawyers. Before coming to Guo & Partners Attorneys At Law, he worked in several law firms in Germany dealing with bankruptcy cases. He currently focuses on the practices relating to Chinese private laws, economic laws and international business laws.