How to Comply with the Pilot Policy of Expanding 10 New Free Trade Zones for the Import of Non-special Use Cosmetics

As we know, Shanghai Pudong new area was the first pilot area for the new record keeping system of imported non special use cosmetics. The transition period is from Mar 1, 2017 to Dec 21, 2018. This pilot policy is available to another 10 new Free Trade Zones since Mar 12, 2018.

This webinar will focus on detailed clarification and analysis of the pilot policy of new record keeping system for imported non special use cosmetics. The contents will include but not limited to:

- Introduction of pilot new system in Pudong

- Comparison between the Pudong pilot system and registration with CFDA

- Data analysis of the Pudong pilot system

- Introduction of pilot new system in 10 new Free Trade Zones

If you are an importer or distributor involved in importing finished cosmetics to China, this webinar will provide you with necessary briefing on how to comply with the new policy and how the policy affect your business. Professional suggestions/opinion will also be given for your reference, based on our experiences and research.

If you are a foreign brand owner or cosmetic manufacturer involved in exporting finished cosmetics to China, this webinar will provide you with necessary briefing on how to comply with the new policy and how the policy affect your business. Professional suggestions/opinion will also be given for your reference, based on our experiences and research.

Time and Schedule

Language

Date

Time (Beijing Time, GMT+8)

Speaker

Chinese

26th Apr, 2018

10:00-10:30

Tino Hou

English

26th Apr, 2018

16:45-17:15

Lucky Guo

English

27th Apr, 2018

21:00-21:30

Mark Jones

Registration Fee

Free

Presentation Focus

China traders: how to comply with the pilot policy of expanding 10 new Free Trade Zones for the import of non-special use cosmetics

Foreign cosmetic companies: how to comply with the pilot policy of expanding 10 new Free Trade Zones for the import of non-special use cosmetics

Speaker

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Mr. Tino Hou, Senior Cosmetic Regulatory Consultant, CIRS

Mr Tino Hou works in CIRS group for more than 4 years and responsible for project management of cosmetic registration in China. He graduated from Zhejiang University of Technology with Master Degree in Biological Engineering.

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Ms. Lucky Guo, Cosmetic Regulatory Consultant (EU region), CIRS

Ms Lucky Guo works in CIRS group for more than 2 years and responsible for regulatory consulting and project management of cosmetics registration in China. Prior to joining CIRS group, she involved in the field of consulting for over 2 years. She graduated from Imperial College London with MRes Degree in Chemistry.

Mr. Mark Jones, Business Development-cosmetics and chemicals, CIRS

Mr Mark Jones is currently based on Washington D.C. office of CIRS group and responsible for business operations of cosmetics and chemicals in North America. Before joining CIRS group, Mark worked in global trade & regulatory compliance for over 11 years, and he is a U.S. licensed Customs Broker.

Registration


Webinar (10:00-10:30, for importers or distributors)

Webinar (16:45-17:15, for foreign brand owners or cosmetic manufacturers)

Webinar (21:00-21:30, for foreign brand owners or cosmetic manufacturers)

Note: You will receive a link one week and one day before the webinar starts. By clicking that link, you shall be able to join our webinar automatically. Please note that space is strictly limited to a maximum of 100 attendees.

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Contact us

Hangzhou REACH Technology Group Co., Ltd. (CIRS Group)

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