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E-Commerce in China: What You Need to Know
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For many international companies, being multinational cooperation's or small to meium sized enterprises, China as a sales market gives a great potential.

31/01/2013
When: Thursday
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Where: The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong
Suite 1301, Kinwick Centre
32 Hollywood Road
Central
Hong Kong
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About the Event:For many international companies, being multinational cooperation's or small to medium sized enterprises, China as a sales market gives a great potential. The more specialist or precision production is moved from international markets to China, the more production plants are built, and, companies who would typically supply high end production companies in their home countries are forced to move with them to China. There are various sales structures available to companies entering the China market. One of them being e-commerce. This has become an extremely hot topic of late due to the volume of Mainland Chinese being connected to the web. During this workshop our speaker will explain how to develop your e-commerce strategy for the China market. About the Speaker:

Kristina Koehler
Director - China


Kristina has worked in the Chinese legal and accounting industry since 2003 when she joined Klako Group as its China Director. Fluent in English, German, French and Mandarin, Kristina advises and represents Western clients (mainly European, North & South American and Australian) with their business interests in China. She has worked on numerous complex transactions including foreign direct investment including corporate (re)structuring and company liquidations, M&A deals and frequently advises on and represents foreign clients in tax, accounting and trade related matters.


Kristina is co-author of Klako Group′s monthly magazine, ChinaInvest.biz - which provides insight into investment, tax and operational issues for foreign companies entering adn expanding throught China. Kristina has also contributed to numerous other publications all relating to the Chinese legal, accounting and business practices and in addition frequently holds seminars, presentations and webinars at business groups and government institutions around the world. 



Prices :HK$150 for members 
HK$250 for non-members

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