Setting up in China: How to bring your business to the world’s biggest market
Time: 6th June 2014 Place: Nonprofit Business Support Centre, third floor (H-4025 Debrecen, Vörösmarty u. 13-15.)
China’s continued robust economic growth is helping to create new business opportunities for EU SMEs across many industry sectors. This new EU SME Centre training focuses on market access and legal contracts. This training will explore: customs procedures, relevant authorities, how to apply for the CCC mark as well as how to draft contracts that protect your business.
09.00 Opening remarks
09.05 Market Access: Looking at customs procedures, relevant authorities, how to apply for the CCC etc.
(Zsolt Takács, EU SME Centre Expert)
09.55 Coffee break and networking
10.30 Legal contracts: How to draft contracts to protect your business in China(Zsolt Takács, EU SME Centre Expert)
11.15 Introduction of the Committee for Hungarian-Chinese Relations of the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Tamás Nádasi, chairman
12.00 Closing remarks
12.45 1/1 consultationsprovided by the EU SME Centre expert, by the chairman of the Committee for Hungarian
Chinese Relations of the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and by the Enterprise Europe Network
(15-20 minutes per SME)
Participation is free of charge. The language of the seminar is Hungarian.
To sign up, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org