How to trade with China

09 June 2015

Ukie, the trade body for video games, plays a central role in helping UK games businesses explore, understand and successfully trade in overseas markets. Our international trade programme includes managing UK industry stands at leading global trade shows, leading trade missions to emerging markets, a webinar programme with UKTI and focused networking.

As part of this programme Ukie has created a brand new series of events focused on international trade. Hear from industry experts on how to prepare your business for trade, learn their tips and tricks, gather the latest market analysis and hear from your peers on how they have broken into these exciting markets.

How to trade with China

  • Welcome and introduction, by Ukie and Halo Financial
  • Market stats and profile, by Ukie
  • Ten things you should know about the Chinese market, with Ting Zhang, CEO at China Business Solutions 
  • Experiences of working with ChangYou's EU dependence in London, with Christian-Peter Heimbach

  • Gateway to the China gamer, with Gerry Berkley from MHT Game

  • Games panel, with James Brooksby from Edge Case Games, Michael Movel from Fat Pebble and Steve Stopps from Lumo Deliveries

  • Beer and networking

This event is now free for Ukie members and non-Ukie members, please select the 'free ticket' option.

All events run from 3 – 5 pm at the Ukie offices and are followed by networking drinks.

 

Halo Financial is delighted to sponsor the upcoming Ukie ‘How to Trade’ series. An award-winning UK foreign exchange brokerage, Halo offers a comprehensive range of foreign exchange services to help businesses trade internationally. Halo provides a tailored approach for each of its clients, simplifying the seemingly complex foreign exchange market to maximise savings in currency transactions and improve the bottom line. Halo Financial can help give you the competitive edge when entering new markets. Find out more about Halo Financial here: www.halofinancial.com

 

Location

Ukie Office, Third Floor, 21-27 Lambs Conduit Street, London, WC1N 3NL