Risks and Opportunities for German Startups in China

Beijing
Sat, May 16, 2020, 7:00 PM (CST)

About this event

In times like these, business and personal life have slowed down massively by the pandemic. It is omnipresent in the news and forces us to take a step back and do things we normally don't have time for.

This is also a good opportunity to take a step back from your business and re-evaluate your expansion plans for the coming years:

The Chinese market is one of the world's most important markets for German companies and for years now, Germany and China show a history in supply and exports. Following the 2008 financial crisis, when most of Europe was suffering, Germany kept itself rather unscathed thanks to a strong export-orientated economy and partly thanks to China.

As China is recovering from the pandemic faster than the rest of the world, Germany might end up tying itself closer to the economic giant than before the crisis. Thus, we will discuss following topics below during our Webinar:

 1. Should China be on German companies' expansion list? 中国应该在你的扩张名单上吗?

2. What are the risks and opportunities in the post-epidemic economy? 流行后经济中的风险和机遇是什么?

3. How can you prepare for a successful market entry in China? 你如何为成功进入中国市场做准备?

4. What is the attitude of Chinese Metropolis like Shanghai towards German startups? 上海的中国大都市对德国初创公司的态度是什么?

Speaker

  • David Jon Woerner

    David Jon Woerner

    XNode

    Head of Accelerator

    Kevin is the co-founder of Properas – Germany's first funding accelerator, Head of Accelerator at the Chinese innovation company XNode and advisor to multiple tech startups. As Head of Accelerator XNode he and his team have worked with 40+ international startups in the past, helping them to expand from their local markets to China while connecting them with potential partners/customers and h...

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  • When

    Saturday, May 16
    7:00 PM - 8:00 PM (CST)

    Brought to you by

    • Katja Kleindienst

      Katja Kleindienst

      Co- Director StartupGrind Beijing and Founder GINN

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    • Dr. Osman Sacarcelik

      Dr. Osman Sacarcelik

      Lawyer at Deloitte Legal and Director of Startup Grind Frankfurt

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    • Yasemin Cilt (Startup Grind)

      Yasemin Cilt (Startup Grind)

      Startup Grind

      Director

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    • Madeleine Madeleine

      Madeleine Madeleine

      Startup Grind Beijing | Startup Grind Greater China | Influence Matters

      Chapter Co-director

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    • Sabrina Wang

      Chapter Co-Director

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    • Effy Ai

      Effy Ai

      Beijing Foreign Studies University

      Marketing Team Lead

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    • Valentine Salim

      Valentine Salim

      Design & Marketing Core Team

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    • Rebecca Xie

      Rebecca Xie

      Plug and Play China

      Events Management Core Team

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