Selling to China - A Workshop

17th February 2015

Wosskow Brown and ConnectChina are joining forces to host two mornings of practical workshops on doing business in China.

The first of two half-day workshop takes a practical view of how to sell to China, covering market information sources, market entry options, barriers to trade and how to overcome them.  Chinese business culture and how to build strong business relationships with Chinese partners is an integral and interactive part of the course. The half day workshop will include interactive sessions, practical advice and real-life case studies. Running order: 9.30am            Arrival and registration Coffee/Tea and biscuits 10.00am          Introduction Kiley Tan, Partner, Wosskow Brown 10.10am          Session 1 Finding clients, market entry options, methods of selling, marketing issues, and financials presented by Joanna Lavan, Director, Connect China 11.00am          Break 11.15am          Session 2 Negotiating with the Chinese, building business relationships in China presented by Joanna Lavan, Director, Connect China 12.00pm          Session 3 Key things I've learnt dealing with the Chinese, Grace Richardson, Legal Assistant, Wosskow Brown (formerly Advocate and Solicitor, Singapore) 12.10pm          Q&A/Close 12.20pm          Lunch Sandwiches & Networking This is a FREE event but delegates are encouraged to make a donation to pay for the cost of holding the event. Any excess funds will be donated to the Wosskow Brown Foundation, a charity for the support of business, social enterprise and grassroots sports. Find out more about the Wosskow Brown Foundation by clicking here. Book your place  Click here

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