Guidelines for Foreign Investments in Shanghai:How to make business Seminar

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The Executive Centre (Shanghai) Service Co.,Ltd.
Shanghai, China
화요일, 4월 24 (16:00 - 18:00)

Suzhou Appreciation Meeting 11th edition - 11th May 2018

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Hyatt Regency Suzhou
Suzhou Shi, Jiangsu Province, China
금요일, 5월 11 (08:45 - 14:00)
Huachi Street 88

Beijing Career Day

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Istituto Italiano di Cultura di Pechino
Beijing, China
토요일, 5월 12 (15:00 - 18:00)
San Li Tun, Dong Er Jie 2 100600
The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC) is the only business organization recognised by both the Italian Government (Ministry of Economic Development, MiSE) and People’s Republic of China (Ministry of Civil Affairs, MoCA) that aims to boost the internationalization and settlement of Italian business and to promote the “Made in Italy” in the PRC.

Established in 1991, CICC has now offices in Beijing, Chongqing, Guangzhou, Shanghai and Suzhou. The CICC Members (575 in 2016) represent the Italian business community such as public-invested and multinational corporations, small and medium-sized enterprises (both manufacturing and commercial), service companies etc.

To companies settled in China and those with on-going business within the Chinese market, the CICC offers informative, training and business networking opportunities. Besides, the CICC qualifies itself as a voicing platform for them to share topics of common interest. To companies interested in strengthening their business in China, the CICC offers consultancy, assistance and marketing services.

The established network together with the institutional endorsement provided the CICC with the opportunities to organise several activities boosting private businesses. b2b, institutional and business missions, participation to fairs both in China and in Italy, networking events, gala dinners, awarding ceremonies, culinary events, concerts, career days, etc.

The CICC’s work is about: deep understanding of the Chinese market, thanks to CICC rooted relationship with the business community and the local institutions; open dialogue and interaction with companies, being CICC itself a network of professionals; efficacy and efficiency, a must-have for a no-profit organization facing competition in providing qualified and affordable services.