The EU SME Centre and Enterprise Europe Network partner Chamber of Commerce and Industry Vratsa are delighted to invite you to join our seminar on May 17th in Vratsa on Doing Business in China. Centre’s expert Ludmila Hyklova will cover the essential legal aspects that Bulgarian SMEs should know when doing business with/in China and provide updates on China’s cross-border e-commerce regulations.
You will also have the opportunity to attend a one-on-one consultation session to discuss your individual questions.
09.00 am – 09.30 am Registration and Networking
09.30 am – 10.10 am Get Ready for China: Knowing Your Chinese Business Partners
10.10 am – 10.20 am Q&A
10.20 am – 10.30 am Coffee Break
10.30 am – 10.50 am Drafting Contracts for China
10.50 am – 11.00 am Q&A
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Legal Advisor, EU SME Centre
Ludmila has been involved in legal consulting on international investment and cooperation for more than 17 years. She is now in charge of providing legal advice to EU SMEs looking to establish themselves in the Chinese market.
After working as legal counsel for a number of multinational corporations and for the government sector in Europe, Ludmila spent most of her professional life in China working for a large EU financial group and now for the EU SME Centre. She focuses on foreign investment law, company law, corporate governance and labour law.
About the EU SME Centre
The EU SME Centre in Beijing provides a comprehensive range of hands-on support services to European small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), getting them ready to do business in China.
Our team of experts provides advice and support in four areas – business development, law, standards and conformity and human resources. Collaborating with external experts worldwide, the Centre converts valuable knowledge and experience into practical business tools and services easily accessible online. From first-line advice to in-depth technical solutions, we offer services through Knowledge Centre, Advice Centre, Training Centre, SME Advocacy Platform and Hot-Desks.
The Centre is funded by the European Union and implemented by a consortium of six partners – the China-Britain Business Council, the Benelux Chamber of Commerce, the China-Italy Chamber of Commerce, the French Chamber of Commerce in China, the EUROCHAMBRES, and the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China.
To learn more about the Centre, visit website www.eusmecentre.org.cn