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EU SME CENTRE SERVICES

The Centre in Beijing provides a comprehensive range of hands-on support services to European Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), getting them ready to do business in China.

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The EU SME Centre Provides a range on China Business Solutions to help European SMEs develop successful business in the country, including organizing delegation visits and business matchmaking events. Find out more here.

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Success Stories

  • Tapping into China’s Corporate E-Learning Market

    We used a great deal of services from the EU SME Centre’s website, especially the online enquiry service which allowed us to ask more specific questions on HR & legal issues.

    -Kjell-Åke Rönnberg, CEO, Gothia Logistics AB

  • Exporting Greek Soft Drinks to China

     There is no doubt that the China market is one of the most attractive for all prospective exporters. But it has to be approached with a long term perspective and with respect to the culture and to the consumer habits.

     

    - Antonis Terzis, Export Manager, Green Cola Hellas S.A.   

  • Shopping the Danish Lifestyle Through a WeChat Shop

    We quickly found out that cross-border e-commerce is not as easy as it sounds. Denmark’s regular post services had little experience with this type of logistics and also figuring out the procedures for taxes involved with cross border e-commerce deserve a fair bit of attention before getting into business. Despite much self-study, NI HAO CPH’s incubator in Denmark owes most of its current knowledge on e-commerce in China to the EU SME Centre’s business development team services and advices.

    -Mr Gregersen – CEO NIHAO CPH

  • A French SME’s Travels on the Belt & Road

    I think the Centre is an invaluable source of experience, especially for new entrants to avoid common mistakes and more generally to get ‘inspired’ from other SMEs, even those operating in totally different sectors. I particularly enjoy reading the case studies for this reason. The EU SME Centre is highly complementary of the chambers of commerce, which provide different services.

    – Bruno Lhopiteau, General Manager of Siveco China