Seminar "Is China on your radar?" January 30th in Milan, Italy

25 January 2013


The China - Italy Chamber of Commerce is glad to notify you to the Seminar "Is China on your Radar?"


The Italian Association of Foreign Trade (AICE) in partnership with the EU SME Centre is holding a seminar on Wednesday January 30th in Milan, Italy, to highlight opportunities and challenges for Italian SMEs doing business in China.

The seminar aims to provide participants with the latest information on the Chinese market and how to do business with China, covering issues such as due diligence and how to find the right business partner in China, as well as opportunities in specific industry sectors.

The EU SME Centre expert will also be available at the end of the seminar to answer specific questions from participants and provide free one-to-one business consultations to interested companies.

This seminar will be held in English.


9.00 Registration
9.15 Opening Remarks
9.30 Is China on your radar? - a practical training on doing business with China
            - how to find the right partner
            - how to control your supply chain
            - intellectual property and trademarks
11.00 Coffee break
11.15 Case studies of De Paoli Associati "OMLOG"

12.15 Question & Answers
13.30 Face to face consultations     


Adress: Unione Confcommercio – Sala Colucci in Venezia 47,Milano, Italia 


For further information please donwload the flyer.


The EU SME Centre is a project funded by the European Union and is operated by a consortium of European Chambers of Commerce, led by the China-Britain Business Council and includes the Benelux, French, German, Italian and Spanish Chambers in Beijing, as well as the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China and Eurochambres.

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