New Landscapes of Doing Business in China

24 June 2015

China’s place within the global economy is at an important transition point, balancing internal economic pressures with liberalising markets and an increasingly digital world. Discover how these key trends are affecting China’s growth landscape and understand what this means for Scottish businesses keen to take part in the biggest economic success story of the last 30 years.

If you are a company looking to trade with China or set up a presence in market then join this free event for practical guidance on selling goods and services into China.

In cooperation with UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) and the China-Britain Business Council (CBBC), Scottish Development International (SDI) invites you to attend this event. China market experts will provide practical guidance to help your business succeed in doing business with China. This is your chance to explore how to take advantage of business opportunities in your particular sector and to meet and network with commercial partners who can facilitate growth.

Key themes to be explored include:

  • China’s current economic transition – from export-led growth to homegrown consumption and innovation. What are the practical implications for Scottish companies?
  • Is Renminbi (RMB) the new global currency - Understand the liberalisation of the RMB and explore the advantages and disadvantages of using the RMB in dealings with China.
  • Reaching China’s digital consumer - Learn how Scottish companies can access the rapidly growing Chinese online consumer market without a registered Chinese entity.
  •  Practical on-the-ground experience - Through case studies and panels of experts, draw on the practical learnings of individuals and businesses who have extensive experience working in China.

EVENT DETAILS Venue: GLASGOW Date & time: Wednesday 24 June, 08.30-13.30 (including networking lunch)

Address: The Teacher Building, 14 Enoch Square, Glasgow, G1 4DB


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