SMEs In China: Practical Suggestions on How To Engage With The Government (Chengdu)

  • Date
    27 April 2021 - 28 April 2021
  • Beijing Time
    2:30 PM - 4:20 PM
  • Venue
    The Excecutive Centre (IFS)
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In order to be competitive and strive in the Chinese business marketplace, continuous dialogue with government departments is of great importance to the success of any multi-national company, European SMEs as well as any company’s corporate citizenship in the local area.

The EU SME Centre’s Advocacy Manager Ester Cañada Amela will be participating in a business led seminar, on “Practical Suggestions on How to Engage with the Government“, organised by the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China and D’Andrea & Partners Legal Counsel, which will take place offline in Chengdu on 27th April.

This seminar will provide insights on how European SMEs can engage with Chinese government departments as a controller, supporter, and partner. It will also share practices and experiences on how to obtain government incentives based on both client & hands-on working experience respectively.


14:30-15:00 Registration

15:00-15:05 Opening remarks by Representative of Southwest China Chapter, European Chamber

15:05-15:15 Opening remarks from EU SME Centre on Engaging with Government as an SME

15:15-15:40 SMEs in China: Practical Suggestions on How to Engage with the Government

15:40-15:50 Q&A

15:50-16:20 Free networking

Please be aware of limited seats

Learn more about how to register here

Ester Cañada Amela

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