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Exporting to China: Market Updates and Insights

August 19, 2019

Exporting to China: Market Updates and Insights

Date: Monday 19 August, 4pm – 6pm
Venue: Len Lye Centre Cinema, 42 Queen Street, New Plymouth 4310

You are invited to a session, hosted by NZTE and Venture Taranaki, to discuss the latest China market updates and insights on 19 August.

We will be joined by three specialist speakers, covering a range of topics (listed further below);

  • Stephen Jacobi, Executive Director of NZ China Council;
  • Jane LiuMarket Manager of the Greater China Team at NZTE;
  • Simon Appleton, National Secretary at NZ China Friendship Society and CEO of Eastern Bridge Ltd.

​You will also hear from a local Taranaki business who has experience in exporting to China, who will share their insights and experiences.

The session will begin at 4pm and you will have the opportunity to put your questions to the speakers and network with fellow exporters after the main event. ​

What you can gain from attending?

This session will be valuable for the most experienced exporter, as well as someone who is new to exporting.  We will cover:

    • What the Belt and Road initiative is, and what it could mean for your business
    • How NZ and NZ exporters could benefit from the Southern Link – focusing on opportunities and barriers
    • The latest trends in Chinese consumers and channels
    • Key observations and learnings about how NZ companies are developing their businesses in China
    • The importance of relationships to develop sustainable business in China
    • Cultural considerations of; guangxi (relationship), mianzi (face) and renqing (obligation)
    • ​China market tips and tricks from a local Taranaki exporter
    • Q & A with the panel of speakers
    • Opportunity to network with fellow exporters after the event at The Snug Lounge

Register Now

There is no charge, but spaces are strictly limited. Please register to attend no later than 5pm on Wednesday 14 August using the button above.

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