Newsletter February 2017

Ways to Sell Food and Beverage Products Online in China

Did you know that 649 million Chinese are now online and using the internet to purchase goods at an unprecedented level? One area that has grown particularly quickly is online grocery shopping.

Selling Food & Beverages Online in China | Online Course and GuidelineThe EU SME Centre’s online course and guideline Selling Food & Beverages Online in China will lead you into this exciting e-commerce world of China. It will reveal the unique characteristics of Chinese e-commerce platforms, explain the essential aspects of developing a successful business strategy to sell food and beverages online in China, including pricing schemes, payment platforms, logistics and marketing.

You will not only get a big picture of what is happening in China’s e-commerce world, but also what details you should pay attention to before entering the market. Learn more about it here.

Meanwhile, our WeChat expert Matthew Brennan will be in Dublin, Kortrijk and Milan in two weeks, bringing the latest news of WeChat’s development and sharing best practices in how to leverage WeChat to grow your business. 

Scroll down to see more upcoming events and recommended content for you this month. 

Upcoming Events

Feb 14 – 15, Phnom Penh, Cambodia Business Summit 2017
Feb 16 – 17, Brussels, Understanding China Training
Feb 21, Dublin, Developing a WeChat Strategy for Your Business in China
Feb 23, Milan, WeChat for Business Training Workshop
Feb 23,  Utrecht, BenCham’s “Meet and Greet” in the Benelux
Feb 24, Kortrijk, WeChat for Business Training Workshop
Feb 24, Beijing, Economic Outlook: Key Trends of the Chinese Market in 2016 and Impact of Brexit for European Businesses | EU SME Breakfast Seminar
Feb 28 – Mar 1, Madrid, International Matchmaking Event at Genera 2017
Mar 1 – 2, Paris, China Connect Paris “Crack The Codes”
Mar 29, Zhengzhou, Bank of China Business Matchmaking Event in Zhengzhou, Henan