Learn about marketing health products in and out of China at this inaugural conference and networking event.
The U.S.-China Health Products Association (USCHPA) is rather busy, these days. In addition to giving its members access to new Chinese market research, the association just announced that it is co-promoting a new industry event for manufacturers eager to ship finished health products to or from China. The inaugural “China International Nutrition and Health Summit” will be held November 3–4 in Beijing.
Alongside the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT), the USCHPA will host a max of 300 attendees for this two-day event featuring local and international ingredient suppliers, manufacturers, and service providers. Scheduled conference topics-which can be read in full using the link above-include overviews of Chinese's changing supplement regulations, Chinese product and ingredient registrations, distributing health products in China, distributing health products in the United States, and a look into China’s recent “E-Commerce Explosion.”
Representatives from the United States, the European Union, Canada, and Israel will be on hand to discuss their own particular health markets.
Early bid discounts end on August 28, so act fast. Again, this event has a max of 300 attendees.
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