China remains the largest current growth market in the world. More and more Dutch companies are interested in the business opportunities that the country has to offer. But where exactly are these opportunities? What is involved when doing business in or with China? And what are the possible (legal) risks?
Please join Rabobank and BUREN for a seminar with top speakers on November 28th 2019. They will share the latest developments and trends that directly relate to operational risk and business strategies in China.
Björn Giesbergen | Rabo Research | About the (macro) economy and the opportunities and risks involved / the trade war and its effects
Jan Holthuis & Lia Jao | BUREN | About the practical and legal side of establishing or further developing of a business in China
Edgar Leblans | Vecozuivel | Practical experience
John Thijssen | Koninklijke Barenbrug Groep | Practical experience
Q&A | Possibility to ask questions to a panel consisting of Edgar Leblans, John Thijssen, Jan Holthuis & Björn Giesbergen
Finally, the panel will use a number of statements to gauge how you think about doing business in China. Opportunity or risk?
Date: 28 November 2019
Location: Rabobank Westland, Leehove 65, 2678 MB De Lier
You can register here if you want to attend the seminar:
If you have any questions, you can best reach us by sending an email to [email protected].
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