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Lunch & Learn: Distribution of Swiss Products in China

Lunch & Learn: Distribution of Swiss Products in China

Since the beginning of the COVID-pandemic, the market environment in China has become increasingly challenging for foreign companies. Yet there is still potential for Swiss companies on the Chinese market.

Are you up to date with the recent challenges that Swiss companies have faced when distributing their products in China? Are you aware of antitrust risks and IP protection pitfalls? Do you know the details of China's distribution law?

Experts from VISCHER and Switzerland Global Enterprise will discuss with you these and many more questions.

We are pleased to invite you to this Lunch & Learn event in collaboration with VISCHER.



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Organisateur The Swiss-Chinese Chamber of Commerce & VISCHER
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Coûts de participation Members: CHF 80 (excl. VAT), Non-Members: CHF 100 (excl. VAT)

Program Details



by Lukas Zuest, Head of the VISCHER China Desk and board member of the SCCC

Presentations and Q&A

  • Overview on the recent major challenges for Swiss companies in China, Daniel Bont, Senior Consultant Greater China at Switzerland Global Enterprise
  • Antitrust pitfalls in distribution agreements, Klaus Neff, Partner and Head of the VISCHER competition law team
  • IP in China – Latest developments and what to consider when protecting your brand, Jonas Gassmann, Head of the VISCHER trademark administration team
  • The Distribution Agreement: Some Practical Tips from a Chinese Civil Law Perspective, Yao Qinqin, Legal Expert at the VISCHER China desk

Apero Riche/Lunch and Networking

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Additional Information

Please note that

  • Registration is mandatory.
  • Substitutes for registered persons unable to attend are welcome, otherwise full no-show charge will be applied.
  • This event is kindly co-organized with VISCHER AG. 

Please contact us via, in case you have any questions.


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