CBBC is collaborating with Lee & Lee Associates to bring you two workshops on 13th and 14th December. We are delighted to invite you to come and join our seminar on 13th December on Establishing Your Business in China: Avoiding Common Pitfalls followed by a webinar on 14th December on New Regulations on Foreigners’ Work and Residence Permits in China.
About Lee & Lee Associates – Lee & Lee Associates is a professional accounting and business consulting firm dedicated to providing high quality services in accounting, audit, tax, financial due diligence, M&A, and business establishment in China. Our clients comprise foreign companies, joint ventures, wholly foreign owned enterprises, representative offices, and fast growing local private enterprises. Our professionals come from big 4 international accounting firms, multinational enterprises, fast growing small and medium sized firms, and tax authorities. All our partners are Chinese Certified Public Accountants (“CCPA”) with over 10 years of working experience. Apart from being CCPAs, some of us are also Chinese Certified Tax Accountants (“CCTA”), members of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, UK, (“ACCA”), Canada General Accountant (“CGA”), Certified Internal Auditor (“CIA”) or attorney at law, etc.
China’s rapid economic development has been attracting more and more foreign investors to come to China. In order to do business, you need to set up a company in China first, the process and required documents of which could be much more complex than in other foreign countries. Why so complicated? After the company is finally incorporated, what should you be focusing on? With years of rich experience on company establishment and business consulting, Lee & Lee Associates will help you understand all the key process and pitfalls you may encounter during the process of company establishment.
09:30 – 10:00 Registration & Networking
10:00 – 10:05 CBBC Welcome
10:05 – 11:30 Presentation on Establishing Your Business in China: Avoiding Common Pitfalls
1. General process of establishing a foreign invested enterprise
2. Some issues that a FIE should pay attention to: timeline, total investment and registered capital, Public Security Bureau Filing Record, etc.
11:30 – 11:45 Q&A
11:45 – 12:30 Networking
*Online registration or registration by email is required for this event. Please confirm your attendance at the earliest opportunity.
To register online, please click here
Start date: 2017-12-13
Start time: 09:30
End time: 11:30
Venue: The British Centre
Directions: Garden Square, 968 Beijing Road, Shanghai, China