Time & Location
Aug 25, 2022, 9:00 PM
About the event
Sharpen strategies, meet potential partners, and understand what works in China with TusPark & TusStar global network
About this event:
Date: Thursday, 25 August, 1, 8, 15 September 2022
Time: 14:00 – 16:00 BST | 21:00 – 23:00 (GMT+8)
Go China Entrepreneurs' Bootcamp is a virtual programme to prepare overseas companies for practical business expansion work in China, navigating issues ranging from regional strengths to the latest policy briefs, industry insights, and best practices for conducting business in China.
This 4-week programme will be delivered through expert contributions across the below modules, followed by 1-2-1 support that helps international businesses to create cross-border value with TusPark & TusStar's global network.
WEEK 1 (25 August) Network & Ecosystem
This week, we will focus on how international businesses can take advantage of the country's development blueprint for the Greater Bay Area.
At the beginning of the programme, we will give an overview of the TusStar global innovation incubation network and China's economic profile and how the UK and China can work together to help achieve net zero.
Then our invited local government officials will help identify the potential opportunities and genuine support from Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Zhuhai, and Jiangmen in Guangdong province.
The partner & CMO from E3A Healthcare Pte Ltd and the founder of SyZyGy will also join this session to share their stories of running a business in the Greater Bay Area.
WEEK 2 (1 September) Business Culture & Regional Strengths
In week 2, we will talk about how your business can benefit from the prosperous economy of the Yangtze Delta Area, demonstrating the strategic industries and international talent pool of Shanghai, Ningbo, and Yingtan in Zhejiang province.
Following the topic of regional strengths, we will have two international experts dealing with China sharing their opinions on the cultural values and business etiquette in China and how these can serve you well in a business context.
WEEK 3 (8 September) Fundraising, Marketing & Teambuilding
Heading to the north of China, we will explore the opportunities of Beijing, the country's capital, with the most prestigious institutions and high-tech sectors. Besides, we will consider the possibilities of settling in Jinan and Zaozhuang in Shandong province, the eastern coastal area of China, where significant ports and some leading industries locate.
Then we will cover the below topics to help you understand the best practices of doing business in China:
- How to Communicate Your Story Effectively?
- Legal Practices for Overseas Companies to Do Business in China
- Best Marketing Tips for International Brands Entering the Chinese Market in 2022
- Finance to Start a Business: How to Match with the Right VC? Stage? Scales? Foreign Capital?
- Finance for Landing: WFOE or JV? Legal and Tax Issues?
WEEK 4 (15 September) Networking Day
In the final week, you will have the chance to network with local investors, policymakers and other like-minded start-ups and entrepreneurs.
All webinars and the networking session will be delivered via Zoom. Most sessions will be held in English. Simultaneous interpretation to English will be provided for the sessions conducted in Mandarin.