When Brussels meets Beijing: New opportunities for Belgian companies

09/11/2021 
Brussels

As we’re celebrating 50 years of diplomatic relations between Belgium and China this year, it is the perfect time to highlight the good cooperation between our countries and the many business opportunities available in Beijing for Belgian-based companies! 

Do convenient customs clearance, IP protection  and relaxed regulations for your business sound interesting to you? Beijing has developed a pilot free trade zone characterized by scientific and technological innovation, and the opening-up of services and the digital economy. 

As BCECC has been actively linking Belgian and Chinese companies for over 30 years, we are happy to announce our event “When Brussels meets Beijing: New opportunities for Belgian companies” on 9 November 2021 at 14:00 CET at the Tangla Hotel in Brussels. High level Belgian and Chinese officials and company representatives will discuss the strong connection between Brussels and Beijing, and how your business can profit from it.

Agenda:

14.00–14.30: Registration
14.30–14.40: Introduction by Bernard Dewit, Chairman of the BCECC
14.40–14.50: Speech by Belgian officials
14.50–14.55: Speech by Chinese officials (Online)
14.55–15.10: “New Global Opportunities and the Context of the “Two Zones” (Online)
15.10–15.30: Company testimonials
15.30–15.40: Q&A
15.40–16.40: Cocktail reception

Location:

Tangla Hotel Brussels
Avenue Emmanuel Mounier 5 Emmanuel Mounierlaan
B-1200 Woluwe-Saint-Lambert

Please kindly note that as from Friday 15 October 2021, the Covid Safe Ticket (CST) must be used for access to certain events or places in the Brussels Capital Region, including Tangla hotel. Please keep this in mind when attending the event. For more information on how to acquire the Covid Safe Ticket, please have a look here: https://www.brussels.be/covid-safe-ticket.

Registration:
Free of charge, but registration is mandatory

Register yourself via the form below before November 4, 2021!

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