Register for HKTDC webinar on sourcing from mainland China

Published on: 13th June 2022

The Successful Sourcing from Mainland China event will help highlight potential pitfalls, risks and solutions to mitigate problems.

A sourcing expert will share some of the best practices for successful sourcing from Mainland China in a special webinar hosted by Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) next Thursday (16th June).

The  ‘Best Practices for Successful Sourcing from Mainland China’ webinar will include key steps to carry out, potential risks and failure of sourcing in Mainland China, solutions to mitigate potential risks, and case studies and live Q&A session. HKTDC London office director Daisy Ip will also be taking part in the webinar.

Mainland China is one of the most sought-after countries and sourcing can be challenging for those who are not familiar with the regulations, logistics and production process.

The webinar will hear from Richard Laub, CEO and co-founder of Dragon Sourcing, who has over 30 years of consulting and operational experience. Prior to finding Dragon Sourcing, Richard had worked for a range of blue-chip consultancies including Booz Allen and Hamilton in London and Accenture, and managed large international procurement programmes across a variety of industries including automotive, chemicals, FMCG, electronics, paper & financial services. He holds a commercial engineering degree from Solvay Business School (Belgium) and an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University (USA).

The webinar runs from 10.30am to 11.30am BST.

To register for the event, click here.


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