There are great opportunities for UK companies to sell to China’s middle class and British brands are becoming more and more aware of the potential of the Chinese market. There is also an appetite for UK manufactured heritage products. Chinese consumers are particularly savvy and brand aware.
If you are considering entering the China market with your brand, this is the ideal opportunity to gain the latest market knowledge and have a better understanding on how to do business there.
Here are some of the topics that will be discussed:-
•How to sell to and do business in China
•Ecommerce –different selling platforms and how they work
•Trademarking your brand – avoiding Trademark Squatting
•Understanding the Chinese consumer
•Basic shipping and tax costs and implications
•Working with agents and distributors
•Tradeshows and fashion weeks in China
•Marketing in China
This informally-run roundtable event will be attended by industry and market experts, and designers who already have experience in doing business with China. It is a great opportunity for you to ask your own questions.
Format of roundtable
Paul Alger of UKFT will introduce and chair the seminar
Jack Porteous, China- Britain Business Council
- China economic outlook and how CBBC and DIT can help you in China
Date: 11 May 2017, 4 – 6 pm
Venue: UKFT, 3 Queen Square, London WC1N 3AR
Price: £35 for Members, and £70 for non-Members (Plus VAT)