Business Risk Management for SMEs in China – A Briefing for Centre Partners

  • Date
    30 January 2015 - 30 January 2015
  • Beijing Time
    4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
  • Venue
    EU SME Centre Room 910, Sunflower Tower, No.37 Maizidian West Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China 北京市朝阳区麦子店西街37号 盛福大厦910室
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The EU SME Centre will organise a briefing session on business risk management in China on January 30th for partners, focusing on the following issues:

  • Main business risks with Chinese characteristics
  • Due diligence approaches & applications in China
  • Practical due diligence toolkit & checklist
  • The new risk reality for EU SMEs in China

The Centre will also provide partners updates on the services available in the phase II and potential areas for cooperation.


Attendance by invitation only.

This event is exclusive to EU SME Centre partners.

About the Speaker

Jeremy Gordon, Author of “Risky Business in China, a Guide to Due Diligence”.

Jeremy Gordon has worked with government departments, financial institutions and major corporates on strategy, risk and business development in China over the past 20 years. First in Hong Kong as an officer with Britain’s Brigade of Gurkhas, he gained China trade and investment experience with a diversified Hong Kong-based group, and went on to establish the consulting company China Business Services in 2002. His book, “Risky Business in China”, was published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2014.

Jeremy Gordon has also been the Honorary Secretary and a Committee Member of the 48 Group Club, and a UK Trade and Investment Business Specialist for mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong. He is a Director of China Edge, a consultancy focused on Chinese consumers, and a Trustee of Mothers’ Bridge of Love, a charity that supports disadvantaged Chinese children.

Further reading

EU SME Centre Guideline: Due Diligence for Joint Ventures, Mergers and Acquisitions in China EU SME Centre Guideline: Negotiating and Dealing with Chinese Business Partners EU SME Centre Guideline: Dispute settlement with Chinese companies EU SME Centre Report: Knowing your partners in China

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