Take part in the China Entry program and join Beijing Design Week

September 24, 2018 - October 03, 2018
Take part in the China Entry program and get the exclusive opportunity to gain insight into the Chinese market and attend the Beijing Design Week.

China Entry is a program for Danish companies located in the Capital Region of Denmark who are interested in exporting to the Chinese market. The program consists of five stages and includes two introductory workshops, participation in Beijing Design Week, and two subsequent meetings.

By participating in the program, you will get individual feedback and advice from a number of professional experts and you will be assigned to a counselor who will help you develop an international growth plan.

The program is organized by Vaeksthus Copenhagen, the European Regional Development Fund, Greater Copenhagen, and the Growth Forum of the Capital Region in close collaboration with Interactive Denmark, Innovation House China-Denmark, and the City of Copenhagen.

Read more about the China Entry program here (in Danish).

Please note that there is a short deadline and registration is required as soon as possible.

China is one of the world's absolute hotspots within growth and innovation. With a rapidly growing middle class, the need for high quality products and solutions increases.

Copenhagen is guest city to this year’s Design Week in Beijing with the theme Living is giving.

The Design Week attracts considerable attention in China and it is estimated that 5 million people will attend the overall event. For the exhibition, Copenhagen has been provided a unique location of 3500 m2 in the heart of the vibrant 798 Art District. The exhibition area will be designed as a physical manifestation of Copenhagen downtown with pedestrian streets, squares, a playground, a small castle and small shops that showcase Denmark's innovative solutions.

By attending the Beijing Design Week, you will get the opportunity to present your company and innovative solutions to public decision-makers, businesses, investors and Chinese consumers.

Read more about Beijing Design Week here.