Enterprise Lithuania, together with the EU SME Centre, is organizing an event to present e-commerce opportunities in the Chinese market to be held in Vilnius, Lithuania, on March 14th.
Ecommerce and the efficient use of focused modest marketing budget have become key aspects to take into consideration for EU SMEs when developing their strategy in China. However, the lack of information on both e-commerce and marketing channels makes it difficult for businesses to make informed decisions.
Our workshop aims to provide a clear and practical view of the e-commerce environment and options for imported F&B in China and help companies assess the potential, costs and implications of each of the options.
The event will be hosted by Pablo Recio Gracia, an expert at the EU SME Center.
The event will be held in English.
View the event agenda here, participation in the seminar is free of charge, registration deadline, March 13th.
Register for the event here.
For further information contact: Jūratė Paulavičienė, email@example.com, +37061043120