Trading with China

By Hull Daily Mail | Event Date: 9 Feb 2017

In the current climate, we are all being encouraged to explore opportunities outside of the EU and China has a lot to offer, however it can be a difficult market to understand and penetrate, and protecting your Intellectual Property (IP) is a must for this market.
We would like to invite you to a special Chinese New Year WT@1 where we will have China market experts on hand to provide you with valuable insights into trading with China and the opportunities and challenges that this massive global economy has to offer.
One of the world’s largest economies, China is a huge and expanding market for UK businesses. By 2030, it is predicted that there will be 221 cities in China with a population of more than 1 million. China has a fast growing consumer market and is forecast to become the world’s largest luxury goods market by 2020.
There are opportunities in abundance for UK companies in all sectors, including:

  • Education & Training
  •  Healthcare & Medical
  •  Energy
  • Food & Drink
  • Chemicals
  • Machinery & Equipment
  • ICT
  • Financial Professional Services

Our speakers will focus on the business environment in China, including current status and expectations going forward, sector insights, opportunities and challenges and protecting your IP. We will have case studies from local companies trading with China, who will share their experiences with you and give you practical advice on trading with or looking to trade with this key world market. They will be available for consultation over lunch, when you will also have the opportunity to network with fellow international traders.
This special Chinese New Year WT@1 will take place at authentic Chinese restaurant China Red. Places are limited. To reserve your place, please click here to complete the booking form asap.

Best wishes,
World Trade at 1
Hull & Humber Chamber of Commerce

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