Belgian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (BCECC)

Beijing: New global opportunities for foreign companies


Thinking of the needs of the global economy in the wake of the pandemic, Beijing has been heavily promoting a shared economy strategy, opening up its service industry and creating opportunities for multinational companies. Its unique market profile features efficient administrative services, convenient customs regulations and strong protection of intellectual property.

Are you a Belgian company working in the service, finance & legal, advertising or consultancy sector? It’s high time to have a look at Beijing!

To bring you up to date on the latest policies, investment incentives and opportunities to launch your business in Beijing, we are organizing our exclusive webinar “Beijing: New global opportunities for foreign companies” on 16 September 2021 at 14:00 CET (20:00 CST). During this event, the Deputy Mayor of Beijing himself will share his insights on the unique market profile of Beijing and its benefits for international companies.


14:00-14:10: Opening words by Mr. Yang Jinbai, Deputy Mayor of Beijing
14:10-14:20: “New Global Opportunities and the Context of the <Two Zones>” by Mr. Yan Ligang, Director of the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Commerce
14:20-14:30: Speech by Mr. Ben Derudder, Research Professor in City Science of KU Leuven and Associate Director of the GaWC research network
14-30-15:10: Guest speakers from international industries sharing their insights about Beijing’s creative parks and efforts to make the city a capital for more global enterprises:

  • Consulting sector: Roland Berger Global Consultancy
  • Financial sector: iBanFirst
  • IPR sector: Global Law Firm
  • Advertising sector: Beijing Dentsu Advertisement
  • HR sector: Boss Online Hiring
  • Law sector: Beijing Arbitration Commission, Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre
  • Sci-tech sector: Plug and Play (PNP)

15:10-15:15: Closing remarks

Zoom (link will be sent out to the participants upon registration)

Free of charge but registration is mandatory