This webinar provides information on trade, supply chain management and exporting when doing business in China. This event is available on-demand until May 3, 2013.
Representing nearly one-fifth of the world’s total population, combined with a growing economy and now less restrictions on foreign investment regulations, it’s no wonder that China is dominating the business landscape and becoming a priority market for many foreign investors. As new opportunities arise with the increase in globalization, China can be considered one of the most important markets for Canadian companies looking to expand internationally.
Trade, Supply Chain and Export Considerations
There are many considerations when starting to export goods and services to China, including assessing the company’s global readiness and identifying the right country for trade. Developing a full export plan is an essential component of expanding your business to China. Join Mark Bolger, Regional Manager of Asia at Export Development Canada as he offers critical insights into creating this strategy.
With the U.S. economy recovering slowly, a growing number of Canadian companies are tapping into global supply chains as a way to expand sales, particularly in emerging markets such as India, China and Brazil. Hear from HSBC Bank Canada expert, Reesa Shurgold, Assistant Vice President, Trade and Supply Chain, who will provide advice and knowledge based on her experiences helping Canadian companies transact internationally. Her trade and supply chain expertise is invaluable for companies looking to do business in China.