Sourcing from China Workshop

26th March 2015

This workshop focuses on helping companies to source from China cost-effectively and to understand some of the pitfalls and how these can be negotiated.

Chinese business culture and how to build strong business relationships with Chinese partners is an integral part of the workshop. The half day workshop will include interactive sessions, practical advice and real-life case studies. Joanna Lavan, Director at Connect China, and Kiley Tan, Partner at Wosskow Brown Solicitors will touch on all subjects related to sourcing such as: Negotiating with the Chinese, building business relationships in China, methods of sourcing, researching the market, finding suppliers, cost evaluation, sourcing issues, etc. 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. To learn more, see the running order of the session, or reserve your place click below: Sourcing from China Workshop

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