Managing Your Supply Chain In China – Lessons Learned From The Pandemic | Understanding China 2021

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The EU SME Centre and EUROCHAMBRES are excited to once again invite you to our annual flagship event - the Understanding China Training Programme!

After a forced hiatus in 2020, the Understanding China Training Programme returns this year as a virtual conference, bringing together policy makers, business support organisations, SMEs and academics from all around Europe with the objective of increasing the knowledge and understanding of the China market today.

For this year’s edition, the programme will be divided into two-half day conferences, comprising ten formal sessions covering issues such as the impact of COVID-19 on mobility, the new consumption and behavioral trends in China post-pandemic, and the EU SMES business confidence in China.

About the Understanding China Training Programme:
The Understanding China training Programme is a project which was first launched by the European Commission back in 2009 to increase the understanding of China for European businesses, especially small and medium ones. As a tribute to this project, the EU SME Centre has since 2011 organised a 2-day annual conference under the same name to inform European stakeholders about the most recent developments and trends in China.

All the sessions are delivered in English.
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This is the seond day of the conference: WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN? A GLIMPSE INTO TOMORROW – THREATS AND OPPORTUNITIES

Agenda:
Managing your supply chain in China – Lessons learned from the pandemic
- Pierre Gargatte, Client Services Manager
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ARE YOU READY FOR CHINA? TAKE THE SHORT QUIZ AND FIND THE ANSWER!
(https://sdt.eusmecentre.org.cn/)
The EU SME Centre's online Self-diagnosis Tool (SDT) will allow you to gauge your readiness in developing your business strategy in China. It will enable you to assess whether you are heading in the right direction, and provide further guidance and support through a tailor-made list of good practices, additional readings, case studies and FAQs.

Contact us:
If you have any follow-up questions regarding the topic, please send an email to [email protected] or ASK-THE-EXPERT https://www.eusmecentre.org.cn/expert​​​.

Disclaimer:
The EU SME Centre is a project funded by the European Union. This recording was produced with the financial support of the European Union. Its content are the sole responsibility of EU SME Centre and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union.
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