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China expansion- Best Practice for setting up your business in china

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Price: A$20.00 /per person

Blockchain Centre Melbourne

Ground Floor, 710 Collins Street · Docklands

How to find us

Enter via Stone and Chalk on 710 Collins St

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Blockchain Center is pleased to invite you learn about:

Best practice for Setting up your business in China

presented by Mr. Arie Schreier, General Manager of the PTL Group (China). PTL Group’s CFO, Ms. Shirley Xia will also be available to respond to tax and financial questions during the Q&A session.

The experience of starting independent operations in the Chinese market has proven to be very challenging for most companies. With the ever-growing intensity of competition in China, operational excellence has become the main factor for success.

At this event, Arie Schreier will review the recent developments in China that are relevant to Australian companies and share his expertise on the practicalities of setting up and expanding a business in China. The presentation will look at ways to manage and minimize risks when operating a business in China.

Arie's presentation is aimed at companies looking to enter and develop their business in China and companies already operating in China but seeking to expand their activities in the market. The presentation will help attendees to understand the challenges of operating in this market. Arie will also provide information on PTL ‘Bootcamp’ in China for businesses entering that market.

Lunch is provided, please note a $20 cost for lunch.

About our speaker

Arie Schreier is the General Manager of the PTL Group. He has over 21 years of management experience with companies and diplomatic missions throughout Asia, Australia and South America. He has spent the last 13 years managing logistics, administration, HR, recruiting, finance, and manufacturing operations for foreign companies in China.

As COO and VP Sales and Marketing of PTL Group, Arie has worked with a number of international companies to manage their sales, logistics, and manufacturing operations more successfully in a challenging China market. Also as one of the founders of the China Industrial Initiative (CI2), he is actively involved in the establishment and management of several manufacturing facilities in the country.