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Update on New Regulations and Animal Testing Exemption for Cosmetics, April 12th 2022

China
12 Aprile 2022
The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC) together with the EU SME Centre and the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China invite you to attend the seminar "New Regulations and Animal Testing Exemption for Cosmetics", to be held next April 12, 2022 ONLINE and OFFLINE (CICC Beijing Office and CICC Guangzhou Office, see address below). The Cosmetic Supervision and Administration Regulation (CSAR) came into effect on 1 January 2021, representing the new, overarching cosmetic regulatory framework in China. CSAR has detailed provisions for cosmetic classification, product notification and registration, new ingredient management, efficacy evaluation, safety assessment, online cosmetic supervision, accountability systems, punitive measures, etc.  Simultaneously, in May 2021 a new, long-awaited milestone came into force: the possibility for imported general cosmetics to be exempted from mandatory animal testing in China, and thus opening up the Chinese market to several European cruelty-free brands which previously could only export limited quantities through cross-border e-commerce, or were not exporting at all. Yet, to animal testing exemption a certain documentation must be provided from the manufacturer’s home country, which is a challenging process. In February 2022, the EU SME Centre updated its flagship report How to Export Cosmetics to China (2022 Regulations Update) to help EU companies in the process. This workshop reviews the impact of CSAR and other relevant cosmetics regulations after more than 1 year of implementation. It also explains the process to obtain animal testing exemption for EU manufacturers, introduces a non-complete list of EU countries issuing GMP certificates, and provides an overview of the feedback and perception of EU companies on the new regulations. __________________________________ Do you want to contribute to the event by providing feedback on the impact of CSAR and animal testing exemption? Take part in our 2-minute survey by clicking on the link: https://survey.zohopublic.com/zs/3uB3kY     __________________________________ Agenda: 16:00 – 16:10 Intro 16:10 – 16:40 The impact and implementation of the new cosmetics regulations in China  - Vian Fang, Business Director, Enter-Co 16:40 – 17:00 How to export cruelty-free cosmetics / list of EU Member States issuing GMP certificates - Alessio Petino, Knowledge Coordinator, EU SME Centre 17:00 – 17:20 Feedback from EU companies on new cosmetics regulations - Jacky Zhang, Chair of Cosmetics Working Group, EUCCC 17:20 – 17:40 Q&A   About the speakers    Vian Fang Vian has been focusing on cosmetics regulations for many years. In addition to industry giants, she has served hundreds of overseas small and medium-sized cosmetic companies and helped thousands of imported products complete the registration and filing in China. Her professional analysis and unique insights have been recognized and shared by local regulatory authorities for many times, and she was invited to share practical cases for multinational cosmetics associations and chambers of commerce.        Alessio Petino Worked for 6+ years on various EU-funded projects in China, mainly conducting policy and market analysis for European companies looking to enter or already in the Chinese market. Key focus areas: market access regulations and barriers, investment attraction policies, standards & compliance, focus on tech & innovation.   Since October 2020: Knowledge Coordinator of the EU SME Centre, coordinating reports, technical assistance and training activities. Coordinated the EU SME Centre’s How to Export Cosmetics to China (2022) report; 20+ inquiries received and answered from EU SMEs and business organisations on animal testing and CSAR.    Jacky Zhang Jacky Zhang, who is the present chair of the European Union Chamber of Commerce cosmetics working group has over 18-year regulatory affairs plus public affairs working experience in worldwide leading companies in FMCG and consumer health industry in both China and EU. He is also the Asia regulatory affairs director of SRCM Department of L’Oréal, leading its APAC RA team to oversee the regulatory intelligence, advocacy and compliance for Asian markets.  Jacky has in-depth knowledge and expertise on China and global cosmetic regulations with clear insight on the latest regulatory dynamics and trends especially in China. And he also has been the veteran to drive industry advocacy to influence the regulatory changes and implementation in order to meet the needs of business and innovation.   VENUE OFFLINE CICC Beijing Office: Address: 3-2-21 Sanlitun Diplomatic Residence Compound, Gongtibeilu No. 1 Chaoyang District, Beijing. Email: info@cameraitacina.com CICC Guangzhou Office:  Address: Room 1201-1202, Garden Hotel, No.368 Huanshi Dong Road Garden Tower, Guangzhou.  Email: infoguangdong@cameraitacina.com   Scan the QR Code and register

Update on New Regulations and Animal Testing Exemption for Cosmetics, April 12th 2022

China
12 Aprile 2022
The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC) together with the EU SME Centre and the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China invite you to attend the seminar "New Regulations and Animal Testing Exemption for Cosmetics", to be held next April 12, 2022 ONLINE and OFFLINE (CICC Beijing Office and CICC Guangzhou Office, see address below). The Cosmetic Supervision and Administration Regulation (CSAR) came into effect on 1 January 2021, representing the new, overarching cosmetic regulatory framework in China. CSAR has detailed provisions for cosmetic classification, product notification and registration, new ingredient management, efficacy evaluation, safety assessment, online cosmetic supervision, accountability systems, punitive measures, etc.  Simultaneously, in May 2021 a new, long-awaited milestone came into force: the possibility for imported general cosmetics to be exempted from mandatory animal testing in China, and thus opening up the Chinese market to several European cruelty-free brands which previously could only export limited quantities through cross-border e-commerce, or were not exporting at all. Yet, to animal testing exemption a certain documentation must be provided from the manufacturer’s home country, which is a challenging process. In February 2022, the EU SME Centre updated its flagship report How to Export Cosmetics to China (2022 Regulations Update) to help EU companies in the process. This workshop reviews the impact of CSAR and other relevant cosmetics regulations after more than 1 year of implementation. It also explains the process to obtain animal testing exemption for EU manufacturers, introduces a non-complete list of EU countries issuing GMP certificates, and provides an overview of the feedback and perception of EU companies on the new regulations. __________________________________ Do you want to contribute to the event by providing feedback on the impact of CSAR and animal testing exemption? Take part in our 2-minute survey by clicking on the link: https://survey.zohopublic.com/zs/3uB3kY     __________________________________ Agenda: 16:00 – 16:10 Intro 16:10 – 16:40 The impact and implementation of the new cosmetics regulations in China  - Vian Fang, Business Director, Enter-Co 16:40 – 17:00 How to export cruelty-free cosmetics / list of EU Member States issuing GMP certificates - Alessio Petino, Knowledge Coordinator, EU SME Centre 17:00 – 17:20 Feedback from EU companies on new cosmetics regulations - Jacky Zhang, Chair of Cosmetics Working Group, EUCCC 17:20 – 17:40 Q&A   About the speakers    Vian Fang Vian has been focusing on cosmetics regulations for many years. In addition to industry giants, she has served hundreds of overseas small and medium-sized cosmetic companies and helped thousands of imported products complete the registration and filing in China. Her professional analysis and unique insights have been recognized and shared by local regulatory authorities for many times, and she was invited to share practical cases for multinational cosmetics associations and chambers of commerce.        Alessio Petino Worked for 6+ years on various EU-funded projects in China, mainly conducting policy and market analysis for European companies looking to enter or already in the Chinese market. Key focus areas: market access regulations and barriers, investment attraction policies, standards & compliance, focus on tech & innovation.   Since October 2020: Knowledge Coordinator of the EU SME Centre, coordinating reports, technical assistance and training activities. Coordinated the EU SME Centre’s How to Export Cosmetics to China (2022) report; 20+ inquiries received and answered from EU SMEs and business organisations on animal testing and CSAR.    Jacky Zhang Jacky Zhang, who is the present chair of the European Union Chamber of Commerce cosmetics working group has over 18-year regulatory affairs plus public affairs working experience in worldwide leading companies in FMCG and consumer health industry in both China and EU. He is also the Asia regulatory affairs director of SRCM Department of L’Oréal, leading its APAC RA team to oversee the regulatory intelligence, advocacy and compliance for Asian markets.  Jacky has in-depth knowledge and expertise on China and global cosmetic regulations with clear insight on the latest regulatory dynamics and trends especially in China. And he also has been the veteran to drive industry advocacy to influence the regulatory changes and implementation in order to meet the needs of business and innovation.   VENUE OFFLINE CICC Beijing Office: Address: 3-2-21 Sanlitun Diplomatic Residence Compound, Gongtibeilu No. 1 Chaoyang District, Beijing. Email: info@cameraitacina.com CICC Guangzhou Office:  Address: Room 1201-1202, Garden Hotel, No.368 Huanshi Dong Road Garden Tower, Guangzhou.  Email: infoguangdong@cameraitacina.com   Scan the QR Code and register

Update on New Regulations and Animal Testing Exemption for Cosmetics, April 12th 2022

China
12 Aprile 2022
The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC) together with the EU SME Centre and the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China invite you to attend the seminar "New Regulations and Animal Testing Exemption for Cosmetics", to be held next April 12, 2022 ONLINE and OFFLINE (CICC Beijing Office and CICC Guangzhou Office, see address below). The Cosmetic Supervision and Administration Regulation (CSAR) came into effect on 1 January 2021, representing the new, overarching cosmetic regulatory framework in China. CSAR has detailed provisions for cosmetic classification, product notification and registration, new ingredient management, efficacy evaluation, safety assessment, online cosmetic supervision, accountability systems, punitive measures, etc.  Simultaneously, in May 2021 a new, long-awaited milestone came into force: the possibility for imported general cosmetics to be exempted from mandatory animal testing in China, and thus opening up the Chinese market to several European cruelty-free brands which previously could only export limited quantities through cross-border e-commerce, or were not exporting at all. Yet, to animal testing exemption a certain documentation must be provided from the manufacturer’s home country, which is a challenging process. In February 2022, the EU SME Centre updated its flagship report How to Export Cosmetics to China (2022 Regulations Update) to help EU companies in the process. This workshop reviews the impact of CSAR and other relevant cosmetics regulations after more than 1 year of implementation. It also explains the process to obtain animal testing exemption for EU manufacturers, introduces a non-complete list of EU countries issuing GMP certificates, and provides an overview of the feedback and perception of EU companies on the new regulations. __________________________________ Do you want to contribute to the event by providing feedback on the impact of CSAR and animal testing exemption? Take part in our 2-minute survey by clicking on the link: https://survey.zohopublic.com/zs/3uB3kY     __________________________________ Agenda: 16:00 – 16:10 Intro 16:10 – 16:40 The impact and implementation of the new cosmetics regulations in China  - Vian Fang, Business Director, Enter-Co 16:40 – 17:00 How to export cruelty-free cosmetics / list of EU Member States issuing GMP certificates - Alessio Petino, Knowledge Coordinator, EU SME Centre 17:00 – 17:20 Feedback from EU companies on new cosmetics regulations - Jacky Zhang, Chair of Cosmetics Working Group, EUCCC 17:20 – 17:40 Q&A   About the speakers    Vian Fang Vian has been focusing on cosmetics regulations for many years. In addition to industry giants, she has served hundreds of overseas small and medium-sized cosmetic companies and helped thousands of imported products complete the registration and filing in China. Her professional analysis and unique insights have been recognized and shared by local regulatory authorities for many times, and she was invited to share practical cases for multinational cosmetics associations and chambers of commerce.        Alessio Petino Worked for 6+ years on various EU-funded projects in China, mainly conducting policy and market analysis for European companies looking to enter or already in the Chinese market. Key focus areas: market access regulations and barriers, investment attraction policies, standards & compliance, focus on tech & innovation.   Since October 2020: Knowledge Coordinator of the EU SME Centre, coordinating reports, technical assistance and training activities. Coordinated the EU SME Centre’s How to Export Cosmetics to China (2022) report; 20+ inquiries received and answered from EU SMEs and business organisations on animal testing and CSAR.    Jacky Zhang Jacky Zhang, who is the present chair of the European Union Chamber of Commerce cosmetics working group has over 18-year regulatory affairs plus public affairs working experience in worldwide leading companies in FMCG and consumer health industry in both China and EU. He is also the Asia regulatory affairs director of SRCM Department of L’Oréal, leading its APAC RA team to oversee the regulatory intelligence, advocacy and compliance for Asian markets.  Jacky has in-depth knowledge and expertise on China and global cosmetic regulations with clear insight on the latest regulatory dynamics and trends especially in China. And he also has been the veteran to drive industry advocacy to influence the regulatory changes and implementation in order to meet the needs of business and innovation.   VENUE OFFLINE CICC Beijing Office: Address: 3-2-21 Sanlitun Diplomatic Residence Compound, Gongtibeilu No. 1 Chaoyang District, Beijing. Email: info@cameraitacina.com CICC Guangzhou Office:  Address: Room 1201-1202, Garden Hotel, No.368 Huanshi Dong Road Garden Tower, Guangzhou.  Email: infoguangdong@cameraitacina.com   Scan the QR Code and register

Postponed | China International Consumer Products Expo, Hainan

Hainan
12 Aprile 2022
The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC) regrets to inform that, due to the current Covid-19 situation, the “China International Consumer Products Expo, Hainan”, originally scheduled for April 12th - 16th 2022, has been postponed to a future date. We will notify you of the updated date as soon as it is confirmed. We apologize for any inconvenience. To get more information, please send an e-mail to infoguangdong@cameraitacina.com   The CICC Team

Postponed | China International Consumer Products Expo, Hainan

Hainan
12 Aprile 2022
The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC) regrets to inform that, due to the current Covid-19 situation, the “China International Consumer Products Expo, Hainan”, originally scheduled for April 12th - 16th 2022, has been postponed to a future date. We will notify you of the updated date as soon as it is confirmed. We apologize for any inconvenience. To get more information, please send an e-mail to infoguangdong@cameraitacina.com   The CICC Team

Postponed | China International Consumer Products Expo, Hainan

Hainan
01 Aprile 2022
The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC) regrets to inform that, due to the current Covid-19 situation, the “China International Consumer Products Expo, Hainan”, originally scheduled for April 12th - 16th 2022, has been postponed to a future date. We will notify you of the updated date as soon as it is confirmed. We apologize for any inconvenience. To get more information, please send an e-mail to infoguangdong@cameraitacina.com   The CICC Team

The Entrepreneur Cafè - Talk Series, Jan 22nd

Guangdong
22 Gennaio 2022
Dear Members and Friends, The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce is glad to invite you to the next episode of Entrepreneur Cafè to be held on January 22, from 2.30 pm.    The Entrepreneur Cafe talks - What soft skills and competences do we need to develop in order to thrive in this fast-pacing world? - How to accept challenges to move ahead and grow as leaders? - How to keep us constantly in evolution and never feel "stuck" in job as in life? On January the 22nd, we will discuss about the ability to change quickly under pressure or facing a new environment as key factor for anyone to succeed (or fail) allowing any business to evolve. We will test this assumption as it being true in everyday life as in the work environment. We will discuss about the main factor any change is entangled to: The fear of change. It is this very fear that, ultimately, makes us humans. Where do you strike the balance between status quo and moving ahead from your comfort zone? Do you hesitate in taking on change or dive toward it?   About the Speaker Alessandro Fiorito is the General Manager of Autoneum Nittoku (Guangzhou), a Tier 1 supplier to the Automotive Industry. Alessandro is an Italian national who, in the late 90’, took a job posting abroad for what he thought was a two-year experience. More than two decades later, Alessandro still has not yet returned to Italy, has held several roles within the company, and has lived in three continents. As a long term traveler, Alessandro developed a keen interest in, and respect for, cultural differences.   Agenda Date: Saturday, January the 22nd Time: 14.30 - 16.30 14:30 Registrations 15:00 Opening 15:15 Talk: "Quick Change: The Ability to Succeed" 15:45 Q&A 16:30 End   Event detail - Event Language: English - Dress Code: Business Casual - Limited space, registration needed via the qrCode   Thank you Startup Grind is the world's largest community of startups, founders, innovators, and creators.  We bring like-minded yet diverse individuals together to connect, learn, teach, help, build, and belong. We do this daily through our local events, flagship conferences, startup program, partnerships, and online media + content - collectively reaching over 3.5 million individuals in  600+ cities worldwide.   CICC Team

The Entrepreneur Cafè - Talk Series, Jan 22nd

Guangdong
22 Gennaio 2022
Dear Members and Friends, The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce is glad to invite you to the next episode of Entrepreneur Cafè to be held on January 22, from 2.30 pm.    The Entrepreneur Cafe talks - What soft skills and competences do we need to develop in order to thrive in this fast-pacing world? - How to accept challenges to move ahead and grow as leaders? - How to keep us constantly in evolution and never feel "stuck" in job as in life? On January the 22nd, we will discuss about the ability to change quickly under pressure or facing a new environment as key factor for anyone to succeed (or fail) allowing any business to evolve. We will test this assumption as it being true in everyday life as in the work environment. We will discuss about the main factor any change is entangled to: The fear of change. It is this very fear that, ultimately, makes us humans. Where do you strike the balance between status quo and moving ahead from your comfort zone? Do you hesitate in taking on change or dive toward it?   About the Speaker Alessandro Fiorito is the General Manager of Autoneum Nittoku (Guangzhou), a Tier 1 supplier to the Automotive Industry. Alessandro is an Italian national who, in the late 90’, took a job posting abroad for what he thought was a two-year experience. More than two decades later, Alessandro still has not yet returned to Italy, has held several roles within the company, and has lived in three continents. As a long term traveler, Alessandro developed a keen interest in, and respect for, cultural differences.   Agenda Date: Saturday, January the 22nd Time: 14.30 - 16.30 14:30 Registrations 15:00 Opening 15:15 Talk: "Quick Change: The Ability to Succeed" 15:45 Q&A 16:30 End   Event detail - Event Language: English - Dress Code: Business Casual - Limited space, registration needed via the qrCode   Thank you Startup Grind is the world's largest community of startups, founders, innovators, and creators.  We bring like-minded yet diverse individuals together to connect, learn, teach, help, build, and belong. We do this daily through our local events, flagship conferences, startup program, partnerships, and online media + content - collectively reaching over 3.5 million individuals in  600+ cities worldwide.   CICC Team

The Entrepreneur Cafè - Talk Series, Jan 22nd

Guangdong
22 Gennaio 2022
Dear Members and Friends, The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce is glad to invite you to the next episode of Entrepreneur Cafè to be held on January 22, from 2.30 pm.    The Entrepreneur Cafe talks - What soft skills and competences do we need to develop in order to thrive in this fast-pacing world? - How to accept challenges to move ahead and grow as leaders? - How to keep us constantly in evolution and never feel "stuck" in job as in life? On January the 22nd, we will discuss about the ability to change quickly under pressure or facing a new environment as key factor for anyone to succeed (or fail) allowing any business to evolve. We will test this assumption as it being true in everyday life as in the work environment. We will discuss about the main factor any change is entangled to: The fear of change. It is this very fear that, ultimately, makes us humans. Where do you strike the balance between status quo and moving ahead from your comfort zone? Do you hesitate in taking on change or dive toward it?   About the Speaker Alessandro Fiorito is the General Manager of Autoneum Nittoku (Guangzhou), a Tier 1 supplier to the Automotive Industry. Alessandro is an Italian national who, in the late 90’, took a job posting abroad for what he thought was a two-year experience. More than two decades later, Alessandro still has not yet returned to Italy, has held several roles within the company, and has lived in three continents. As a long term traveler, Alessandro developed a keen interest in, and respect for, cultural differences.     Agenda Date: Saturday, January the 22nd Time: 14.30 - 16.30 14:30 Registrations 15:00 Opening 15:15 Talk: "Quick Change: The Ability to Succeed", Alessandro Fiorito, GM at Autoneum Nittoku (Guangzhou) Automotive Sound-Proof Co. Ltd 15:45 "What do you need to change for your customers as an entrepreneur?" Javen Cheng Chapter Director at Startup Grind 16:00 Q&A 16:30 End   Event detail - Event Language: English - Dress Code: Business Casual - Limited space, registration needed via the qrCode   Thank you Startup Grind is the world's largest community of startups, founders, innovators, and creators.  We bring like-minded yet diverse individuals together to connect, learn, teach, help, build, and belong. We do this daily through our local events, flagship conferences, startup program, partnerships, and online media + content - collectively reaching over 3.5 million individuals in  600+ cities worldwide.   CICC Team

Christmas Aperitif in Guangzhou - December 17th 2021

Guangzhou
17 Dicembre 2021
Dear Members and Friends, The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce is pleased to invite you to our Christmas Aperitif in Guangzhou.  Come celebrate together the upcoming festivities on December 17th, 2021 from 6:30 pm at Dolcetto, 1F Four Seasons Hotel Guangzhou 天河区珠江西路5号广州友谊商店F1.  We look forward to having you for this year's Christmas celebrations.     PRICE Member: 150 RMB Future Member: 200 RMB   Not a member yet? Send an email to: • Beijing office bj.members@cameraitacina.com  • Chongqing office infochongqing@cameraitacina.com  • Chengdu office infochengdu@cameraitacina.com • Guangzhou office  infoguangdong@cameraitacina.com  • Shenzhen office infoshenzhen@cameraitacina.com • Shanghai office  sh.projects@cameraitacina.com • Suzhou office  infosuzhou@cameraitacina.com   The CICC Staff

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