Hawksford, in cooperation with CzechCham in Shanghai, is inviting you for webinar about the outlook for foreign-invested SMEs in China and the importance of having crisis management in place.
The webinar will cover not only the topic of crisis management, but also will provide specific examples of best practices throughout the COVID-19 outbreak and throughout past crises.
The COVID-19 outbreak in late January took most companies by surprise, and the associated disruptions in supply chains, demand, and general operations had a considerably negative impact on businesses, especially SMEs. One of the key lessons that we can derive from the current situation is the importance of having a sound crisis management plan in place.
Mr. Fabio Stella, China Associate Director at Hawksford, will discuss the lessons learned by European manufacturers during the 2008-09 financial crisis that he has endured until recent days, and present the tools that can help their China operations to face this new challenge.
The Outlook for Foreign-invested SMEs in China
|Date:||Thursday, June 4, 2020|
|Time:||6:00 - 7:00 pm CST (China time)|
Hawksford is a leading provider of company formation, providing administration services and business support from small to medium-sized to large companies in Asia and Europe. We have more than 200 multilingual professionals in Asia and 450 globally. With 100 multilingual professionals based in Shanghai, Beijing, Suzhou, Guangzhou and Shenzhen we are able to offer the very best local knowledge to our international clients. We are experienced in meeting the regulatory compliance, tax, HR services and other outsourced needs of global clients who are seeking to invest in Asia.
CzechCham (Shanghai) Business Consultancy Co., Ltd., 捷商汇（上海）商务服务有限公司 is a private organization recognized by the Czech Republic Government and Diplomatic Network in Shanghai to represent the interests of Czech companies doing business in China and explore further opportunities deriving from global initiatives including the Belt & Road Initiative.
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