EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2017 China (CQC) has upgraded their requirements outlined in the Luminaires Standard - GB7000.1-2015
Contact our GMA teams to help you plan ahead with UL and avoid product delays and fines.
We have a team ready to help you navigate the new official CQC requirements, finding you the most efficient and economical way to stay in compliance. We also have the local knowledge and network ‘on the ground’ to make sure everything is on track and to support you not just with compliance but with local and cultural knowledge and language support.
With UL, you have a local guide, always up-to-date in an ever-evolving regulatory landscape.
On a business trip to China, take plenty of business cards with you, as almost everyone you meet will want to exchange business cards with you.
A bilingual or dual sided business card with Chinese translation is a good idea.
Business card exchange: A business card represents the person to whom you are being introduced, so it is polite to study the card, handle with care and then put it on the table next to you or in a business card case. Business cards are usually presented with care, in both hands.
A note about hierarchy – seniority is important and may be considered in everything from where you sit at dinner to who you first meet within a company.