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The EU SME Centre presents at the Embassy of Estonia

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On Monday November 4rd, the EU SME Centre was invited to give a presentation at the Embassy of Estonia for a small delegation of Estonian SMEs active in F&B.

The opening speech of Ambassador H.E. Andres Unga was followed by an interesting round of presentations. Knowledge Centre Expert Brecht Timmermans introduced the EU SME Centre and the current situation of the F&B Market in China for EU SMEs.

Other presentations were given by Dirk Laeremans (Orientas) on how to do business in China; Nicolas Bahmanyar (Leaf Law Firm) presented the legal framework for companies operating in China; Helika Jurgenson (IPR SME Helpdesk) gave useful tips on how to protect your IPR; and lastly Luis Galan (2open.biz) presented E-Commerce strategies to succeed in China’s digital landscape.

On Monday November 4rd, the EU SME Centre was invited to give a presentation at the Embassy of Estonia for a small delegation of Estonian SMEs active in F&B.
 
The opening speech of Ambassador H.E. Andres Unga was followed by an interesting round of presentations. Knowledge Centre Expert Brecht Timmermans introduced the EU SME Centre and the current situation of the F&B Market in China for EU SMEs.
 
Other presentations were given by Dirk Laeremans (Orientas) on how to do business in China; Nicolas Bahmanyar (Leaf Law Firm) presented the legal framework for companies operating in China; Helika Jurgenson (IPR SME Helpdesk) gave useful tips on how to protect your IPR; and lastly Luis Galan (2open.biz) presented E-Commerce strategies to succeed in China’s digital landscape.On Monday November 4rd, the EU SME Centre was invited to give a presentation at the Embassy of Estonia for a small delegation of Estonian SMEs active in F&B.
 
The opening speech of Ambassador H.E. Andres Unga was followed by an interesting round of presentations. Knowledge Centre Expert Brecht Timmermans introduced the EU SME Centre and the current situation of the F&B Market in China for EU SMEs.
 
Other presentations were given by Dirk Laeremans (Orientas) on how to do business in China; Nicolas Bahmanyar (Leaf Law Firm) presented the legal framework for companies operating in China; Helika Jurgenson (IPR SME Helpdesk) gave useful tips on how to protect your IPR; and lastly Luis Galan (2open.biz) presented E-Commerce strategies to succeed in China’s digital landscape.
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