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Entering the Chinese market can be a difficult and complex undertaking. Before you start preparing your in-depth plan a good first step is contacting local Dutch support organizations. They have a vast knowledge and experience with gaining access to the Chinese market and are here to support you. 


Brainport Eindhoven 

Brainport Eindhoven is the largest top technology region in the world. To retain this leading position, Brainport is stimulating international innovation and R&D partnerships. It is the only way to start long-term, qualitative and strategic cooperative relationships, which will lead to an increase in trade, more growth and better investments. Brainport Eindhoven supports businesses with entering the Chinese market on a safe and protected way. They have a rich information resources and personnel with rich experience related to China, you can access and discover countless advice and business opportunities in China. 


The Brabant Development Agency (BOM) was established by the province of Brabant and the EZK, it helps innovative entrepreneurs with their business development from different perspectives. BOM international trade is a branch of BOM that provides support for Dutch companies to achieve their plans aboard in top High-Tech Systems & Materials, Life Sciences, or Agrofood industries. BOM international trade is focusing on the Jiangsu region in China where the comprehensive competitiveness of the regional economy ranks first in China and is one of the most active provinces in China. For more detailed assistance, you can directly contact their International Trade – China department. 


The Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO
supports entrepreneurs, NGOs, knowledge institutes and organisations. They aim to facilitate entrepreneurship, improve collaborations, strengthen positions and help realise national and international ambitions with funding, networking, know-how and compliance with laws and regulations. RVO is a government agency which operates under the auspices of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy. Its activities are commissioned by the various Dutch ministries and the European Union. They have several China expert in the Netherlands and are the gateway to the Dutch economic network in China. 


Evofenedex is a Dutch business association of Dutch trading and production companies with logistic and international operations. You can access basic information and related current affairs on China from their knowledge base. Evofenedex also works with the International Business Academy which provides online courses to help enrich your knowledge about China. 

VNC-NCW is the largest employers' organization in the Netherlands which represents the common interests of Dutch businesses. From its website, you can access over 500 forum articles, news, messages, and other types of articles related to China. 

Finally, on the website of the KVK, you can find articles related to the basic guidelines for entering the Chinese market. Such as how to do business in China, how to do E-commerce in China, and other relevant content. Besides, KVK also has its advisors who can provide further assistance if needed. 


Brabantse Ontwikkelingsmaatschappij

BOM is an economic development organisation that is committed to the further growth of companies in Brabant. Together with partners, BOM offers promising companies access to capital, knowledge, talent, market and facilities, focused on economic and social issues.


RVO facilitates entrepreneurship, improve collaborations, strengthen positions and help realize national and international ambitions with funding, networking, know-how and compliance with laws and regulations.

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