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Brisbane: China's Import Regulations & Options for appointing representatives/staff in China

18 May 2017

UQ Business School, L19 Central Plaza One, 345 Queen Street, Brisbane

Date:              Thu 18 May 2017

Time:             9.00am for 9.15am to 13.00pm (light lunch provided)

Venue:           UQ Business School, L 19 Central Plaza One, 345 Queen Street, Brisbane CBD

Are you meeting the mandatory standards and regulations in China?  Be better prepared to avoid costly mistakes.

ACBC Qld is pleased to bring to Brisbane 3 technical experts from China to share practical information and advice to assist you meet the mandatory standards and regulations in China.  Essential for companies wanting to export (both e-commerce and offline) or hiring people in China. 

Topics Covered

People: Appointing representatives/staff in China

  •   Recruitment  
  •   Labour law and Regulations
  •   Hiring / Engagement Options

Product:  For Consumer products, Food & Beverage, Organics, Health Supplements, Cosmetics & Beauty products

  • Regulations and Compliance 
  • China Inspection & Quarantine (CIQ) Filing Process and Registration 
  • Packaging Requirements 
  • Labelling/Claim 
  • Importation Procedure

Hear from technical experts from China

Matthew Kong (Shanghai based) - Head of International Business, Talent Spot Group

Talent Spot Group is a one stop HR solution company (Awarded best HR service provider, Great China 2015-2016 by HRoot). Headquartered in Shanghai, Talent Spot has over 400 full-time employees with offices in Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Thailand and Vietnam.  To meet increasing demand for HR services, the company now has more than 10 branch offices across China, including Beijing, Suzhou, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Nanchang, Tianjin, Shenyang and Xi’An.  The company’s HR services include temporary/permanent staffing, executive search, RPO, on-site managed recruitment, payroll services, business process outsourcing, company registration and legal consulting across China and the Asia Pacific. In 2015, its annual revenue reached more than RMB 800 million with international clients including IKEA, Zara, Swatch, Delta Hospital and GE.  Matthew has extensive experience in HR, especially with supporting international SMEs entering the China market, from prior to legal entity setup, to establishing the legal entity, Chinese labor law consulting, recruitment, staffing, business insurance, payroll solutions, and working visas for expats and family members. 

REACH24H Consulting Group China Based in Hangzhou, the company provides China product regulatory compliance information and advisory to Food, Chemical and Cosmetics businesses seeking to export to China. The company provides compliance solutions including: registration, Chinese labelling, CIQ filling and other advisory services to facilitate in “Plain English”, what is required to comply with Chinese import regulations. Clients include: Swisse, Fonterra, Tatura, Blackmores and others.   The Company leverages its strong commercial experience and technical expertise with language and cultural assistance to help clients to navigate the complex compliance process.

Raymond Ng (Msc, BA) (Hangzhou based) - Food Regulatory Consultant, Food Regulatory Service Division REACH24H

Raymond Ng is a Food Regulatory Affairs Consultant at REACH24H Chemlinked with a Master’s degree from University of Nottingham. He has extensive knowledge on Chinese food & feed additives (incl. pet food) import and export regulations. His research specialises in China’s governmental policies including the changes in Chinese food & feed safety laws and its impact on international businesses. He has vast insights and extensive practical experience in dealing with Chinese regulatory obligations and assisting companies to export food & beverage and health supplements to China.

Roger Ying (Hangzhou based) - Business Development Manager, Cosmetic Division REACH24H

As a specialist of cosmetic regulatory affairs in REACH24H Cosmetic Division, Roger focuses on the research of China’s Cosmetic Regulations and has helped many industries and cosmetic brands successfully meet product compliance and enter China. He provides consulting services on Cosmetic products and Cosmetic New Ingredients registration, assisting companies to export cosmetic products to China including via the cross-border E-commerce market into China.

Who should attend? Companies wanting to export to China or appoint representatives in China

Tickets: (GST Incl) Limited Seats available

Members:              $66.00
Non- Members:    $110.00

RSVP:                     11 May, 2017

 

Meetings with speakers maybe arranged on request, priority will be given to ACBC Qld members