Lunch Seminar: Leveraging Hong Kong’s Advantages for Your China Retail Business
Time : 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Location : UniCredit, Prague Room, 26/F, Man Yee Building,
68 Des Voeux Road Central,
Central, Hong Kong
(This event has been rescheduled from May 9th to June 14th, 2017.)
Are you looking to expand your China sales and distribution but are hindered by the complicated business environment? While offering a rapidly rising middle-class with strong appetite for foreign products, China presents multiple challenges for international brands in the areas of finance, logistics and regulatory compliance. With ample case studies and example documentation, Fiducia experts will offer practical advice on how to:
About the SpeakersBryan Wong, Manager, Fiducia
Bryan leads Fiduciaâ€™s Trade Solutions teams in Hong Kong, Shenzhen, and Shanghai. Since joining Fiducia in 2006, Bryan has been advising clients on cost-effective supply chain solutions by leveraging the latest management practices and technologies. His rich portfolio of client projects includes setup of a Hong Kong sourcing platform, structuring of a China distribution system, and offering solutions on complex import/export and logistics issues. Bryan completed both his MBA and BSc in Travel Industry Management from the University of Hawaii. He is also a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and a Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP).
Florianâ€™s experience lies in supporting international companies wanting to enter the Chinese Market. With a special focus on European SMEs in the medical and plastics industries, Florian is able to develop custom-made solutions for clients paving the way to success. Having received his Bachelor from the Vienna University of Economics and Business and Masters from the Grenoble Graduate School of Business, Florian is deeply involved in understanding the intricacies of the current business environment in China, as well as international trade agreements and affairs between Asia and Europe.
Hong Kong may no longer be the necessary bridge to China it once was. But, for many retailers, it continues to be a beneficial stepping stone when entering the vast and complex Chinese market. Bryan Wong and Florian Braunsteiner shared practical advice on how to leverage the SAR’s advantages today, at this joint lunch seminar with the ICC Hong Kong and Macao. It was a great turnout of 25 people – thanks to everyone who joined!
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