Seminar: “Get ready for the Chinese market”

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Are you a Belgian company who is interested in the Chinese market? Is its booming growth seen like an opportunity for your business but you don’t know how to tackle it? Then don’t wait any longer and register to our seminar “Get ready for the Chinese market” on June 7 in Brussels, organized by hub.brussels in cooperation with the Belgian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (BCECC). A full day of presentations to get you ready for China and for the upcoming princely mission in November.

Date:
June 7, 2019

Venue:
BIP – Room Zinneke
Place Royale 2-4
1000 Brussels

Program:

« Multisectorial» Morning @ Room Zinneke, BIP

• 8:45-9:00 : registration
• 9.00-09:20 “Opening Word” by Isabelle Grippa, CEO of hub.brussels & Bernard Dewit, Chairman – Belgian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (BCECC)
• 9.20-09:45 “Doing business in China” by Mattias Debroyer, Brussels’ Trade Representative in Shanghai, China
• 9:45-10:10 : « Understanding the Chinese Market” by Frederic Baldan, CEO at CEBiz
• 10:10-10:35 « How can I protect my competitive advantage on the Chinese market? » by Valentin de le Court, partner at Daldewolf
• 10:35-10 :45 coffee Break
• 10.45-11:10 : “E-commerce: an introduction” by Gao Bo, BD Asia Consulting
• 11:10-11:35 : “Latest legal developments in China” by Bernard Dewit, Senior Partner – Dewit Law Office
• 11:35-12:00 : « finding the right partner in China » by Sun Liang, Generate
• 12:00-12:15 : « social media in China » by Bart Horsten, Horsten Consulting
• 12:15-13:30 Lunch break

« Food & beverage » Afternoon @ Room Zinneke, BIP

• 13.30-13:45 « the Food & Beverage Market in China” by Mattias Debroyer, Brussels’ Trade Representative in Shanghai, China
• 13.45-14:05 “Food and Beverage Consumption Trends in China” by Gao Bo, BD Asia Consulting
• 14:05-14:25 : “How to get your products delivered in China” by Geneviève Roberti Lintermans, CEO at Eusia-services
• 14.25-14:35 : coffee Break
• 14:35-15:00 : “Legal compliance for exporting food to China”. Nicolas Aporti, HFG Law & IP Practice
• 15:00-15:20 Q&A
• 15.00 End of the event

Smart City & Sustainable Building in China” afternoon @ Room Magritte, BIP

• 13:30-14 :00 : « innovation in China” by Bart Horsten, Horsten Consulting
• 14:00-14:30 “Technology transfer to China : what you need to know” by Valentin de le Court, Partner at Daldewolf
• 14.30-14 :45 Break
• 14.45-15:15 “A testimony from a Belgian architect in China” by Tim Van Bogaert, China representative at awg architecten
• 15:15-15:25 : “a successful case study of a western architectural firm in China” by Sun Liang, Generate
• 15:25-15:35 : “Briefing on Mission to Shenzhen Smart City and Sustainable Construction” by Mattias Debroyer, Brussels’ Trade Representative in Shanghai, China
• 15.35-15:45 : Q&A
• 15:45 End of the event

Registration:
Participation is free of charge. Please register here before June 5, 2018.

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