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Making and selling fashion in China

Master the challenges and learn about great opportunities for the UK fashion industry in this vast market from experts who know the country.

China is a desirable but also rather difficult market for the UK fashion industry. The very different culture, the sheer scale of the country and the inconsistency of rights enforcement create a challenge but also opportunities for any fashion business that would like to sell or manufacture in the country.

We have invited a wide range of experts from both the fashion industry and business and legal support projects to share their experiences and give you an overview of how you can approach the challenges and avoid the pitfalls commonly encountered.

The conference is in two parts, the first part in the morning will cover breaking into the market in China and trading, while the second part will be concerned with the challenges of manufacturing for the fashion industry.


Sennait Ghebreab | talks
Simon Cheetham | talks
Livia Li | talks
Audrey Shum | talks
Dhalia Simble | talks
Julia Kilbourne | talks
Chair Wendy Malem | talks


Date and Time:

14 November 2012 at 10:00 am


Full Day



London College of Fashion
20 John Princes Street

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