Small medium-sized companies (SME’s) continue to have mixed experiences in China. Many have been extremely profitable, while others have struggled and failed. To be a success in China, SME’s must thoroughly investigate the market, take heed of product standards, prequalify potential business partners and draft contracts that assure payment and minimize understandings between the parties (to just name a few). It is important to understand that while continued reform is absolutely essential for China to achieve the economic growth it requires and to fully participate in the world trading community, in many areas, the necessary changes have not yet taken place, but are slowly coming into fruition. Companies must deal with the current environment in a realistic manner. Risk must be clearly evaluated. In today’s webinar we will be focusing on several of the main risk areas concerning SME’s on their market entry.
In this edition of Koehler Group's Webinar Series, we invite our guest speaker, Mr. Marc van der Velden, Associate at HIL Lawyers and Advisors in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Marc will be focusing on due diligence into your Chinese counterpart, contracting, IP and Trademark registrations, dispute resolution, and last but not least the role of The Netherlands as holding jurisdiction for investments into China).
Kristina Koehler-Coluccia, Director of Koehler Group, will be focusing on the tax system in China, the labor regime concerning the secondment of employees and the new amendments to the Company Law on Registered Capital requirements. Finally she will summarize the event with a list of Best Practice recommendations for SMEs.
Wednesday, 12th November, 2014 @ 7pm - Beijing, Hong Kong, Shanghai - For registration, please click here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/200000000028589368