The Chinese Embassy in Dublin in cooperation with Dundalk Chamber of Commerce is organising a Consultation Day aimed at companies interested in doing business with companies from China. The date for these meetings is Wednesday the 26th January 2010 in Oriel Shared Services in the Finnbair Business Park, Coe’s Rd. Dundalk. The first meeting will start at 10am and they will be allocated every half hour until 3pm.
Irish entrepreneurs interested in doing business with Chinese companies are invited to take part in a one-to-one business meeting, where the Commercial Councillor will present tailor-made information on China as a country to trade with and invest in and also, he wishes to hear of the particular interest directly from each company.
How will it work?
Irish companies will be asked to supply details of their line of business in advance, specifically what is the nature of their interest and the type of companies they would like to approach in China. Brochures showing products/services offered or to illustrate a sourcing request would be very useful. Companies should consider bring samples to the Consular meetings.
Each company will be having a 20 min talk with the Commercial Councillor where he/she will get contacts to approach Chinese companies in his/her targeted field. The Chamber will follow-up to ensure leads are supplied.
To Reserve a Place
Places really are limited for every Chinese visit and early confirmation is essential for Chamber Members to book a place; please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a place or call on Tel: 042 9336343 There is no charge for this event.