CHINA FOOD AND DRINK INTERNATIONAL TRADE ERDF EVENT
January 30, 12:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Making the most of China’s growing taste for imports
An essential briefing for food & drink producers in the North West
China is set to become the world’s largest market for imported foods in 2018. With more disposable income than ever, Chinese consumers are increasingly looking for new tastes and experiences, but at the same time, demanding provenance, quality and value. They see British food and drink as trustworthy products of a countryside that is defined by green fields and blue skies. The fantastic produce here in the North West definitely has a place on the shelves in China and already there is a growing number of producers successfully exporting their cheeses, beers and chocolates amongst many other things.
China can be a difficult market – there are certainly a number of regulatory and practical processes that exporters need to be aware of. Fortunately, advice and resources are available to companies. Together with cross-border trade, e-commerce and social media, it has never been easier to reach customers on the other side of the world.
Join food & drink specialist Antoaneta Becker for an insightful China briefing that will cover
– What sells well in China
– Market access and compliance issues
– How best to develop your business in China in a cost-effective way.
Understand more about the opportunities that are open to you and how you can successfully export to China. You can also network with like minded companies and enjoy a few Chinese Appetizers.
This event is funded by the European Regional Development Fund Enhancing SME’s International Trade Performance project.
To book a place at this event email email@example.comÂ or call 01772 706589