CEBDS is able to help European companies to find a solid business partner in China.
We can help your company to enter the Chinese market with your product and/or services
or find investors that can help your company to grow to the next level.
We also can introduce your company to participate in some very interesting
projects in China. When your company is in need of finance for your
European or foreign activities, we also can offer opportunities.
CEBDS and its Europe China Foundation has been appointed in 2008 by the Chinese
Minister of Health Mr. Chen Zhu to set up a Chinese medical Healthcare center in Europe.
In 2009 a cooperation agreement with the State Administration of Traditional Chinese
Medicine (SATCM) has been signed at the office of the Minister of Commerce
and Trade in Brussels in presence of representatives of the Chinese Embassy.
Due to our strong network in China, we are able to help European
companies to find their way in China. Introducing European companies
to solid partners in China with support of our government Guanxi.
But we also can help European companies and institutions (government)
to become ready for China by setting up their “China Desk”to streamline the
communication with Chinese parties. Having a China Desk is
important if a company or institution wants to
do business with China.
Organizing Concerts & Events in China
Culture plays an important role in the people’s life in China.
The more than 5000 years of history and traditions has shaped the
people’ day to day life in China. Footprints from the past are seen in
Chinese food culture, music, paintings and architecture.
We had the opportunity to take part in- and organize
several cultural events in China.
Robert de Vos was also being asked by several international
organizations to give a keynote speech
in relation to China.
We can organize special events in China for European
clients and for Chinese clients in Europe in the field of music, special TV reports,
documentaries, meetings, congresses, seminars et cetera.
We work with several national Chinese TV stations, like
CCTV and have close contact with people
within the Ministry of Culture.