Discover all the reasons why your company should join the BCECC in our latest newsletter.
Read our latest BCECC Newsletter for tips on how to conduct market research in China on a limited budget.
Discover business opportunities for SME’s in China’s 2nd Tier Cities Zhengzhou, Tianjin and Haikou in our BCECC Newsletter.
Singles’ Day is celebrated on 11 November each year, and has turned into a major commercial highlight in China thanks to Alibaba’s shopping festival.
What are China’s plans for the next 5 years? Discover everything on the 14th FiveYearPlan and its opportunities for foreign companies in our BCECC Newsletter.
Everyone knows China as an important export market. But is China still interesting as a sourcing market? Discover why (not) in our BCECC newsletter.
Read the BCECC Newsletter to find out which marketing and business opportunities the Golden week in China holds for your business this year.
A lot of Belgian SME companies are world leaders in niche industries, successfully exporting their goods to international markets. How to become successful as a Belgian B2B company in China? Find our guidelines in this article.
Want to file a patent in China? Then read this article by the China IPR SME Helpdesk on how to register your patent and which pitfalls to avoid.
China’s borders are gradually re-opening, which means Belgians can apply for a visa again. Read the BCECC Newsletter for information on travel restrictions.
What does the Chinese Belt and Road Initiative mean for your business? Which opportunities have been created for Belgian companies?
As a result of the current COVID-19 global outbreak, the demand for personal protective equipment (PPE) such as face masks, gloves, protective coveralls or eyewear protection, as well as for medical devices such as surgical masks, exploration gloves and some gowns, has seen an exponential growth. Read this article for more information on which masks meet the safety requirements.
If you work for or own a company in Belgium, you will undoubtedly have consulted one of Belgium’s 3 trade agencies for information. Nowadays many Belgian companies find themselves in economic difficulties or are very unclear about their future because of the Coronavirus. Read this article to discover how FIT, AWEX and HUB Brussels can provide your company with accurate and useful information.
Every company, no matter how big or small, has some intellectual property (IP). The most common type of IP right is a trade mark. A trade mark is essential to all kinds of companies, whether you are a producer, distributor or service provider. Read this BCECC article for a practical guide on how to conduct a trade mark search with the China Trade Mark Office (CTMO).
Mr. Bernard Dewit, Chairman of the BCECC, discussed about the cooperation between Belgium and Hong Kong SAR, and inquired if Hong Kong SAR is still interesting for European companies in their plans of entering the Chinese market.
From November 17 to November 22, the Belgian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (BCECC) joined the biggest ever Belgian Princely Mission to Beijing and Shanghai. Read the article to find out what role the BCECC played during this princely mission.
On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China, Mr. Bernard Dewit, chairman of the Belgian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (BCECC), was interviewed by Trends.
When doing business with China, there is one app you simply cannot ignore: WeChat. Therefore, BCECC is proud to announce the launch of its official WeChat account.
The Chinese Premier Li Keqiang met with foreign experts who received the 2017 Chinese Government Friendship Award on September 30, 2017 in Beijing. Mr. Bernard Dewit was awarded this honor as a Belgian expert by the hands of Vice-Premier Ma Kai.