Calendar

Mai
29
mer
2019
SOLD OUT: Lancement de la section régionale de l’Atlantique du CCBC avec S.E. LU Shaye et le premier ministre de la N.-É., Stephen McNeil @ Halifax, NS
Mai 29 @ 6:00 – 9:00

 

L’honorable Stephen McNeil, premier ministre de la Nouvelle-Écosse, et Son Excellence LU Shaye, ambassadeur de la Chine au Canada, seront les conférenciers et invités d’honneur au dîner de lancement officiel de la section régionale de l’Atlantique du CCBC, le mercredi 29 mai 2019 à Halifax.

 

Le premier ministre sera de retour d’une mission commerciale en Chine et il en discutera dans son allocution.

 

Ce sera la cinquième section régionale du CCBC au Canada et la septième au total. L’expansion dans les provinces de l’Atlantique permet au CCBC de fournir des conseils et du soutien d’un océan à l’autre aux entreprises exerçant des activités au Canada et en Chine.

 

Date : Mercredi 29 mai 2019
18 h 00 à 19 h 00 – Cocktails
19 h 00 à 21 h 00 – Souper

 

Billets:

  • Membres du CCBC :
    85 $ (+ TVH) – Maximum de 4 billets par membre; Les membres de la Chambre de commerce de Halifax peuvent se procurer des billets au même prix que les membres du CCBC.
    950 $ (+ TVH) pour une table corporative de 10 sièges
  • Non-membres :
    135 $ (+ TVH) – Au plus 4 billets par achat
    1 250 $ (+ TVH) pour une table corporative de 10 sièges

 

Pour obtenir de plus amples renseignements, veuillez communiquer avec Claire Zhang à l’adresse Atlantic[at]ccbc.com ou par téléphone en composant le 514-842-7837.

 

 

 

Pour en apprendre davantage sur les possibilités de commandite, veuillez communiquer avec
Sarah Kutulakos à l’adresse Sarah[at]ccbc.com ou par téléphone en composant le 416-954-3800, poste 311.

 

Mai
30
jeu
2019
Succeeding on China’s Technology Platforms – Halifax, NS @ Halifax, NS
Mai 30 @ 9:00 – 12:00

China’s e-commerce platforms have created the world’s largest online market. Hundreds of millions of Chinese buyers are spending hundreds of billions of dollars online. Creating an online presence that engages Chinese purchasers and gets them to click-and-buy is crucial to achieving business success.

 

CCBC is presenting half-day deep dive sessions on China’s fast-evolving e-commerce technology platforms. These sessions will be held in the following Canadian cities:

 

Halifax: May 30
Montreal: June 3
Toronto: June 4
Ottawa: June 5
Edmonton: June 6
Vancouver: June 7

 

Topics include: 

  • Insights on the data-driven analytics required to successfully harness the e-commerce space in China
  • Case studies on B2C and B2B product integration and an analysis of the key drivers behind their successes and failures
  • Options that are available to entrepreneurs to test and validate their market predictions in China’s e-commerce platforms
  • Financing strategies to support integration, including trade financing, risk reduction, and government programs to support increased exports
  • In-depth look at China’s payment platforms and how to successfully integrate them in your Canadian operations

 

Who should attend
Companies with a product or technology with sales opportunities in China’s market such as consumer products, food and beverages, life sciences, fashion and more. Limited seating. Participants will be vetted as participation is limited to target companies, sponsors, and investors/mentors.

 

Date: Thursday, May 30, 2019
9:00 am – 12:00 pm (Registration: 8:30 am – 9:00 am)
Lunch: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

 

Tickets:

  • CCBC members: free
  • Non-CCBC members: $40

 

For more information, please contact Claire Zhang at Quebec[at]ccbc.com or 514-842-7837.

 

 

 

 

Juin
3
lun
2019
Succeeding on China’s Technology Platforms – Montreal, QC @ Montréal, Qc
Juin 3 @ 9:00 – 12:00

China’s e-commerce platforms have created the world’s largest online market. Hundreds of millions of Chinese buyers are spending hundreds of billions of dollars online. Creating an online presence that engages Chinese purchasers and gets them to click-and-buy is crucial to achieving business success.

 

CCBC is presenting half-day deep dive sessions on China’s fast-evolving e-commerce technology platforms. These sessions will be held in the following Canadian cities:

 

Halifax: May 30
Montreal: June 3
Toronto: June 4
Ottawa: June 5
Edmonton: June 6
Vancouver: June 7

 

Topics include: 

  • Insights on the data-driven analytics required to successfully harness the e-commerce space in China
  • Case studies on B2C and B2B product integration and an analysis of the key drivers behind their successes and failures
  • Options that are available to entrepreneurs to test and validate their market predictions in China’s e-commerce platforms
  • Financing strategies to support integration, including trade financing, risk reduction, and government programs to support increased exports
  • In-depth look at China’s payment platforms and how to successfully integrate them in your Canadian operations

 

Who should attend
Companies with a product or technology with sales opportunities in China’s market such as consumer products, food and beverages, life sciences, fashion and more. Limited seating. Participants will be vetted as participation is limited to target companies, sponsors, and investors/mentors.

 

Date: Monday, June 3, 2019
9:00 am – 12:00 pm (Registration: 8:30 am – 9:00 am)
Lunch: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

 

Tickets:

  • CCBC members: free
  • Non-CCBC members: $40

 

For more information, please contact Claire Zhang at Quebec[at]ccbc.com or 514-842-7837.

 

 

Juin
4
mar
2019
Succeeding on China’s Technology Platforms – Toronto, ON @ Toronto, ON
Juin 4 @ 9:00 – 12:00

China’s e-commerce platforms have created the world’s largest online market. Hundreds of millions of Chinese buyers are spending hundreds of billions of dollars online. Creating an online presence that engages Chinese purchasers and gets them to click-and-buy is crucial to achieving business success.

 

CCBC is presenting half-day deep dive sessions on China’s fast-evolving e-commerce technology platforms. These sessions will be held in the following Canadian cities:

 

Halifax: May 30
Montreal: June 3
Toronto: June 4
Ottawa: June 5
Edmonton: June 6
Vancouver: June 7

 

Topics include: 

  • Insights on the data-driven analytics required to successfully harness the e-commerce space in China
  • Case studies on B2C and B2B product integration and an analysis of the key drivers behind their successes and failures
  • Options that are available to entrepreneurs to test and validate their market predictions in China’s e-commerce platforms
  • Financing strategies to support integration, including trade financing, risk reduction, and government programs to support increased exports
  • In-depth look at China’s payment platforms and how to successfully integrate them in your Canadian operations

 

Who should attend
Companies with a product or technology with sales opportunities in China’s market such as consumer products, food and beverages, life sciences, fashion and more. Limited seating. Participants will be vetted as participation is limited to target companies, sponsors, and investors/mentors.

 

Date: Tuesday, June 4, 2019
9:00 am – 12:00 pm (Registration: 8:30 am – 9:00 am)
Lunch: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

 

Tickets:

  • CCBC members: free
  • Non-CCBC members: $40

 

For more information, please contact Lavender Gao at Ontario[at]ccbc.com or 416-954-3800 x 316.

 

 

 

Juin
5
mer
2019
Succeeding on China’s Technology Platforms – Ottawa, ON @ Ottawa, ON
Juin 5 @ 9:00 – 12:00

China’s e-commerce platforms have created the world’s largest online market. Hundreds of millions of Chinese buyers are spending hundreds of billions of dollars online. Creating an online presence that engages Chinese purchasers and gets them to click-and-buy is crucial to achieving business success.

 

CCBC is presenting half-day deep dive sessions on China’s fast-evolving e-commerce technology platforms. These sessions will be held in the following Canadian cities:

 

Halifax: May 30
Montreal: June 3
Toronto: June 4
Ottawa: June 5
Edmonton: June 6
Vancouver: June 7

 

Topics include: 

  • Insights on the data-driven analytics required to successfully harness the e-commerce space in China
  • Case studies on B2C and B2B product integration and an analysis of the key drivers behind their successes and failures
  • Options that are available to entrepreneurs to test and validate their market predictions in China’s e-commerce platforms
  • Financing strategies to support integration, including trade financing, risk reduction, and government programs to support increased exports
  • In-depth look at China’s payment platforms and how to successfully integrate them in your Canadian operations

 

Who should attend
Companies with a product or technology with sales opportunities in China’s market such as consumer products, food and beverages, life sciences, fashion and more. Limited seating. Participants will be vetted as participation is limited to target companies, sponsors, and investors/mentors.

 

Date: Wednesday, June 5, 2019
9:00 am – 12:00 pm (Registration: 8:30 am – 9:00 am)
Lunch: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

 

Tickets:

  • CCBC members: free
  • Non-CCBC members: $40

 

For more information, please contact Lavender Gao at Ontario[at]ccbc.com or 416-954-3800 x 316.

 

 

 

Juin
6
jeu
2019
Succeeding on China’s Technology Platforms – Edmonton, AB @ Edmonton, AB
Juin 6 @ 9:00 – 12:00

China’s e-commerce platforms have created the world’s largest online market. Hundreds of millions of Chinese buyers are spending hundreds of billions of dollars online. Creating an online presence that engages Chinese purchasers and gets them to click-and-buy is crucial to achieving business success.

 

CCBC is presenting half-day deep dive sessions on China’s fast-evolving e-commerce technology platforms. These sessions will be held in the following Canadian cities:

 

Halifax: May 30
Montreal: June 3
Toronto: June 4
Ottawa: June 5
Edmonton: June 6
Vancouver: June 7

 

Topics include: 

  • Insights on the data-driven analytics required to successfully harness the e-commerce space in China
  • Case studies on B2C and B2B product integration and an analysis of the key drivers behind their successes and failures
  • Options that are available to entrepreneurs to test and validate their market predictions in China’s e-commerce platforms
  • Financing strategies to support integration, including trade financing, risk reduction, and government programs to support increased exports
  • In-depth look at China’s payment platforms and how to successfully integrate them in your Canadian operations

 

Who should attend
Companies with a product or technology with sales opportunities in China’s market such as consumer products, food and beverages, life sciences, fashion and more. Limited seating. Participants will be vetted as participation is limited to target companies, sponsors, and investors/mentors.

 

Date: Thursday, June 6, 2019
9:00 am – 12:00 pm (Registration: 8:30 am – 9:00 am)
Lunch: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

 

Tickets:

  • CCBC members: free
  • Non-CCBC members: $40

 

For more information, please contact  Ryan Hofer at Ryan[at]ccbc.com or 403-910-2320.

 

 

 

Juin
7
ven
2019
Succeeding on China’s Technology Platforms – Vancouver, BC @ Vancouver, BC
Juin 7 @ 9:00 – 12:00

China’s e-commerce platforms have created the world’s largest online market. Hundreds of millions of Chinese buyers are spending hundreds of billions of dollars online. Creating an online presence that engages Chinese purchasers and gets them to click-and-buy is crucial to achieving business success.

 

CCBC is presenting half-day deep dive sessions on China’s fast-evolving e-commerce technology platforms. These sessions will be held in the following Canadian cities:

 

Halifax: May 30
Montreal: June 3
Toronto: June 4
Ottawa: June 5
Edmonton: June 6
Vancouver: June 7

 

Topics include: 

  • Insights on the data-driven analytics required to successfully harness the e-commerce space in China
  • Case studies on B2C and B2B product integration and an analysis of the key drivers behind their successes and failures
  • Options that are available to entrepreneurs to test and validate their market predictions in China’s e-commerce platforms
  • Financing strategies to support integration, including trade financing, risk reduction, and government programs to support increased exports
  • In-depth look at China’s payment platforms and how to successfully integrate them in your Canadian operations

 

Who should attend
Companies with a product or technology with sales opportunities in China’s market such as consumer products, food and beverages, life sciences, fashion and more. Limited seating. Participants will be vetted as participation is limited to target companies, sponsors, and investors/mentors.

 

Date: Thursday, June 7, 2019
9:00 am – 12:00 pm (Registration: 8:30 am – 9:00 am)
Lunch: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

 

Tickets:

  • CCBC members: free
  • Non-CCBC members: $40

 

For more information, please contact Jane Wang at BC[at]ccbc.com or 604-609-6189.

 

 

Juin
12
mer
2019
2019 Canada-China Business Development Roadshow – Wuhan, China
Juin 12 @ 10:00

CCBC is presenting its 2019 Canada-China Business Development Roadshow. The half-day seminars will take place in six second- and third-tier Chinese cities throughout 2019:

 

Wuhan – June 12
Nanjing – June 14
Fuzhou – September 4
Guangzhou – September 6
Xi’an – December 11
Chengdu – December 13
(Venues and times will be announced shortly.)

 

The Roadshow is designed to connect Canadian businesses with potential channel partners and investors in cities where China’s economic growth is being driven. These half-day seminars are presented in partnership with the Canadian Embassy, regional Consulates General, trade offices, provincial representatives and Destination Canada. For Canadian exporters, travel and accommodation funding, up to 75%, may be available through the Global Opportunities for Associations (GOA) for qualified companies*.

 

Canadian delegates will have an opportunity to meet with Chinese companies and investors to explore opportunities for distribution, collaboration, trade, and investment. The sessions will promote and present Canadian projects and market information to Chinese partners to establish new business connections. CCBC will work with local Chinese governments and prominent industry associations to identify and secure pre-qualified Chinese investors and channel partners.

 

Chinese guests will receive exclusive access to a number of investment and trade opportunities in Canada as well as information on the legal and financial steps required to successfully manage those arrangements. In each city, a maximum of 10 Canadian companies looking to export their products and services to Chinese markets will be featured.

 

Following the seminar, there will be industry breakout sessions for matchmaking opportunities. Participating Canadian delegates can present information about their company and meet with potential Chinese partners identified according to their industry.

Each session focuses on three areas:
1.) Canadian investment promotions;
2.) Trading opportunities through B2B matchmaking;
3.) A tourism-focused reception.

 

If you have any questions, or would like to sponsor some or all of the sessions, please contact:

Edward Dai
Director, Shanghai Chapter
E: Edward@ccbc.com.cn
T: (86 21) 6236-6370/71/72

 

*Travel and accommodation funding is available through the Global Opportunities for Associations (GOA) for qualified companies.
Canadian companies looking to attend these events to increase their product trade into China may qualify for funding from the GOA. Possible funding covers 75% of the cost of travel to and accommodation in China.

 

Qualified companies include those in the following sectors:
1. Green building technologies and construction materials, with products such as wood, new materials, energy conservation, waste reduction or emissions reduction
2. Consumer products such as food products or consumer brands looking to expand into Chinese markets
3. Life Sciences, such med tech, pharmaceutical, research collaborations, and more

 

Juin
14
ven
2019
2019 Canada-China Business Development Roadshow – Nanjing, China
Juin 14 @ 10:00

CCBC is presenting its 2019 Canada-China Business Development Roadshow. The half-day seminars will take place in six second- and third-tier Chinese cities throughout 2019:

 

Wuhan – June 12
Nanjing – June 14
Fuzhou – September 4
Guangzhou – September 6
Xi’an – December 11
Chengdu – December 13
(Venues and times will be announced shortly.)

 

The Roadshow is designed to connect Canadian businesses with potential channel partners and investors in cities where China’s economic growth is being driven. These half-day seminars are presented in partnership with the Canadian Embassy, regional Consulates General, trade offices, provincial representatives and Destination Canada. For Canadian exporters, travel and accommodation funding, up to 75%, may be available through the Global Opportunities for Associations (GOA) for qualified companies*.

 

Canadian delegates will have an opportunity to meet with Chinese companies and investors to explore opportunities for distribution, collaboration, trade, and investment. The sessions will promote and present Canadian projects and market information to Chinese partners to establish new business connections. CCBC will work with local Chinese governments and prominent industry associations to identify and secure pre-qualified Chinese investors and channel partners.

 

Chinese guests will receive exclusive access to a number of investment and trade opportunities in Canada as well as information on the legal and financial steps required to successfully manage those arrangements. In each city, a maximum of 10 Canadian companies looking to export their products and services to Chinese markets will be featured.

 

Following the seminar, there will be industry breakout sessions for matchmaking opportunities. Participating Canadian delegates can present information about their company and meet with potential Chinese partners identified according to their industry.

 

Each session focuses on three areas:
1.) Canadian investment promotions;
2.) Trading opportunities through B2B matchmaking;
3.) A tourism-focused reception.

 

If you have any questions, or would like to sponsor some or all of the sessions, please contact:

Edward Dai
Director, Shanghai Chapter
E: Edward@ccbc.com.cn
T: (86 21) 6236-6370/71/72

 

*Travel and accommodation funding is available through the Global Opportunities for Associations (GOA) for qualified companies.
Canadian companies looking to attend these events to increase their product trade into China may qualify for funding from the GOA. Possible funding covers 75% of the cost of travel to and accommodation in China.

 

Qualified companies include those in the following sectors:
1. Green building technologies and construction materials, with products such as wood, new materials, energy conservation, waste reduction or emissions reduction
2. Consumer products such as food products or consumer brands looking to expand into Chinese markets
3. Life Sciences, such med tech, pharmaceutical, research collaborations, and more

 

 

Juin
21
ven
2019
2019 HKCBA National Conference: Think Asia, Think Hong Kong 2.0 @ Markham, ON
Juin 21 Journée entière

 

Founded in 1984, the Hong Kong-Canada Business Association (HKCBA) has built a strong presence
across the country through our eight chapters, as well as long-standing relationships with businesses
and government throughout Canada and Hong Kong.

 

“Think Asia, Think Hong Kong 2.0”

 

In an ever-changing international business landscape, Hong Kong continues to play a vital role in tapping
Asia’s growing middle-class. Previously inaccessible supply chains are freed up, creating a wave of
opportunities for market diversification. Learn how best to position your business to benefit from
emerging developments in the Asia Pacific region.

 

 

The 2019 HKCBA National Conference will:

  • Delve into why the time is now to take advantage of the Hong Kong platform when looking at expansion in Asia
  • Showcase Canadian business opportunities within the Greater Bay Area and Belt and Road Initiative
  • Explore strategies companies can use to conquer trade with Asia
  • Craft a dialogue on investment trends when looking to attract funding from Hong Kong
  • Create opportunities to network with corporate leaders, entrepreneurs and government officials from across the country

 

Who should attend?
Startups, SMEs and corporations alike who are:

  • Interested in expanding operations to Asia
  • Active in Hong Kong or China seeking additional business opportunities
  • Attracting project funding from Hong Kong
  • Looking for a competitive advantage in their international strategy

 

For more information about the 2019 HKCBA National Conference and confirmed speakers, please visit HKCBA’s website.

 

 

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