On Nov. 21, 2018, China officially extended the CBEC transition period. After the 3 extensions, the current CBEC policy tends to be long-term and stable. As cosmetics entering China via CBEC are subject to less regulatory restriction, plus the implementation of E-commerce Law, CBEC has become a popular way to enter into China. Predictably, China’s CBEC market will be more competitive in the near future.
We also received a lot of questions on how the E-commerce Law will influence the online retail market and consumer brands. In this webinar, ChemLinked invited Mr. John Piao, the co-founder and head of Digiant Global E-commerce department, and Ms. Winnie Xu, ChemLinked cosmetic regulation analyst, to detail the E-commerce Law, CBEC policy and their influence. Winning strategies for Chinese EC market will also be clarified. It is a unique opportunity to evaluate the challenges and opportunities that cosmetic and personal care industry in China will face.
|March 20, 2019||10:00-11:00 (GMT+8)||How to Enter the Chinese Market via Cross Border E-commerce||English|
1. Overview of Chinese Cosmetic/Personal Care Products in CBEC Market
1.1 China CBEC Market Size
1.2 CBEC Consumer Analysis
1.3 Growing/New Trends of Cosmetic Products
2. Deeply Decoding China CBEC Channel
2.1 Major CBEC Modes
2.2 Interpretation of 2018 CBEC policy
2.2.1 Positive lists
2.2.2 Taxation management
2.2.3 Customs clearance management
2.2.4 Enterprises’ obligations
2.3.1 Comparison between CBEC and general trade
2.3.2 Comparison of major CBEC models
2.3.3 Comparison of CBEC logistics modes
2.3.4 Benefits of Entering Chinese Market via CBEC
3. Winning Strategy for Chinese EC Market
3.1 E-commerce Law
3.2 Factors that Influence Chinese Users’ Online Shopping
3.3 Winning Strategy for Chinese EC Market
3.4 Select Right EC Channels
4. Procedures of Starting EC Operation in China
4.1 Entry Strategy Advisory
4.2 Brand Building
4.3 Improve Brand Awareness
4.4 Brand Conversion
*We encourage webinar attendees to raise questions ahead of the webinar. All questions will be addressed during the webinar or after.
John Piao Co-founder and Head of Digiant Global E-commerce Department
John has 13 years of E-commerce Operations and Digital Marketing experience. He has led several cross-border transactions between Europe and Asia while at BetterLife Group, Parkland Group and Lenovo. In the past 8 years, John has promoted consumers' F&B, Personal Care, and Fashion brands from Germany and Italy in the Chinese Market.
Winnie Xu Cosmetic Regulatory Editor & Analyst
Winnie Xu is the cosmetic regulatory editor and analyst from ChemLinked. Currently, she keeps tracking regulatory change news in Asia Pacific area and focuses on cosmetic ingredient requirements, registration/filing/notification procedures of China, Japan, ASEAN and Australia.
Who Shall Attend
Any cosmetic manufacturers/importers/agents interested in Chinese online retail market and would like to know more about the newly effective E-commerce Law in China.
ChemLinked cosmetic members including free, standard, corporate and special can participate in this webinar for free. Click "Register Now" button below the cover picture to choose either session that fits your time.
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» China Passes E-commerce Law: Implications for CBEC
» Interpretations of China CBEC Recent Regulation Updates and Future Trend
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