How to Export Food & Beverage Products to China

  • Date
    13 June 2016 - 13 June 2016
  • Beijing Time
    9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
  • Venue
    Holiday Inn VILNIUS
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The EU SME Centre and Enterprise Lithuania are delighted to invite you to join our training workshop on June 13 in Vilnius on How to Export Food and Beverages to China.EU SME Centre Expert Pablo Recio will provide practical advice on how to understand, prepare and implement the entire export process, by introducing you to the current market situation, how to develop your business, a look at technical barriers to entry, as well as aspects of selling online and how to put in place your own market approach.


9:30 Overview of the Food & Beverage market;

9:50 Commercial Difficulties;

10:20 Technical Barriers;

10:40 E-Commerce in China;

10:55 Next Steps

*Companies will have the chance to meet with the Centre Expert one-on-one for a short consultationsession.

Speaker Biography

Pablo Recio Gracia

Expert, EU SME Centre

Pablo has extensive experience supporting SMEs into China in particular in the food and drink sector. He is a specialist in market access for food and beverages to China, and assists companies setting up in China, finding business partners, understanding technical barriers, developing market entry strategies and positioning products in the market.

Pablo is Managing Director of EIBENS and has been living in China since 2005. He previously worked for public agencies including ICEX (Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade) and Extenda (Trade Promotion Agency of Andalusia) as well as private companies.

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

About Enterprise Lithuania

Enterprise Lithuania (Lithuanian: Versli Lietuva) is a non-profit organization owned by the Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Lithuania. Its mission is the support for small and medium size enterprises and encouragement of Lithuanian producers’ export.

It was founded in November 2009 (former Lithuanian Development Agency). It consists of the Export and Small and Medium-Sized Business Departments and Point of Single Contact for Services and Products.

In 2010 it takes part in the High Growth Coach project to enable the development of effective and competent specialist high growth coaches for use by regional and national agencies engaged in high growth coaching in Romania, Lithuania, Slovenia and Hungary.

To learn more about Enterprise Lithuania, visit website:

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