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E-Commerce in China - A crash course that gives you the tools to get it right

There is no doubt that China’s online market is huge and it is continuously growing. China has the largest e-commerce market in the world — with an estimated USD 630 billion of sales in 2016. Furthermore, China is projected to account for more than half of all e-commerce sales globally in 2017.

In order to help our members understand the development better, we are in cooperation with Confederation of Danish Enterprise hosting crash courses on E-Commerce in China in September held in Copenhagen and Aarhus.

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Embrace the Trend of Chinese Investments in Europe

We are standing at the threshold of what has been called China’s century. Chinese companies are taking their virgin steps of investing abroad. Should Europe be afraid of these investments or should we embrace the trend? Views are increasingly divided as the trend grows exponentially.

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E-Commerce In China - Where to Start?

On June 13, Danish-Chinese Business Forum held a teaser Member Meeting for the upcoming E-Commerce seminar in September. The event was partnered with and hosted by Dansk Erhverv at their headquarters in Copenhagen.

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DCBF on TV2 Business: New MoU on Offshore Wind and District Heating

On June 7, Hans Henrik Pontoppidan, Secretary General of Danish-Chinese Business Forum was interviewed live on TV2 Business. Here he discussed the prospects for Danish businesses in the the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on renewable energy and other areas of sustainable development, which was signed in Beijing during the Danish Minister for Energy, Utilities and Climate, Lars Chr. Lilleholt's visit to China.

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E-commerce & Brand Building in China Today: A discussion on the Opportunities & Risks

China’s e-commerce is booming and social media has become a powerful channel that no brand owner wants to neglect when engaging their audiences and converting customers in China. This article addresses the most significant opportunities and risks related to the growing trend.

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