Is there a demand for your goods and services in China and how could you break into this huge market? Join us at our Round Table event to learn more.
China is a great economic success story of the past 30 years. It’s growth continues to transform the global economy and it is predicted to soon become the biggest market for consumers, as well as luxury goods.
There are many reasons to consider China as an export destination:
- It is the largest country in the world by population with over 160 cities of more than a million inhabitants
- It is a fast growing consumer market resulting from an increasing number of middle income consumers
- Their growth is ensured by the Chinese monetary policy
- It is the world’s largest Ecommerce market
Whether you are new to China, or already exporting but would like to do more, our host of experts will be able to assist.
Collectively they will present to you the opportunities available, and guide you on what should be considered when deciding on your route to market and ways of overcoming the barriers you may face.
Date: Tuesday 1st October 2019 9.30am to 12.30pm (Refreshments Provided)
Venue: DP World London Gateway, 1, London Gateway, Stanford-Le-Hope, Essex SS17 9DY
Cost to attend: £25.00 + VAT Members and £45.00 + VAT Non-Members
9.30am Registration & Networking
10.00am Welcome from Essex Chambers of Commerce
10.05am Speakers from our panel of experts
11.45am Networking and One to One sessions
12.30pm Event Close
This event is suitable for active and soon-to-be Exporters only and is NOT a networking event.
Spaces are limited it is advised to book soon to avoid any disappointment.
The China-Britain Business Council helps British and Chinese businesses and organisations work together in China, the UK and third markets around the world. CBBC's services offer tailor-made support for your business needs, ranging from bespoke market research, to the simple and cost-effective Launchpad, and a range of other corporate support services. Their unrivalled network of 130 staff across both countries understands the sectoral, geographical and cultural aspects of business success in China, as well as the key business issues that British companies face. They cooperate closely with the UK and Chinese governments, trade associations and companies to provide tailored support services to UK businesses entering or growing in the China market.