In an era where global manufacturing and supply chains are more interconnected than ever, protecting your intellectual property (IP) has emerged as a paramount concern for businesses looking to outsource production, especially to countries like China. Understanding the intricacies of international manufacturing agreements can be the difference between a successful partnership and a costly mistake. This is why the upcoming webinar titled ‘NNN Contracts: Essential Before Sending Mold Samples to China,’ is an event no business looking to engage with Chinese manufacturers should miss.
- Title: NNN Contracts: Essential Before Sending Mold Samples to China
- Date: Thursday, 15th February
- Time: 12.00 CET
- Register here
Why This Webinar Is Critical
In this webinar we will delve into the crucial aspects of Non-Disclosure, Non-Use, Non-Circumvention (NNN) agreements and their significance in safeguarding your IP when dealing with Chinese manufacturers. The focus will be on the preparatory steps before dispatching mold samples — a critical phase in the manufacturing process that, if not properly secured, could expose businesses to IP theft or misuse.
Attendees can expect to gain in-depth knowledge on the following topics:
- Understanding NNN Agreements: What they are, why they are essential, and how they differ from their Western counterparts like NDAs.
- IP Protection Strategies: Practical steps to protect your intellectual property when entering the Chinese market.
- Navigating the Manufacturing Process: How to ensure a smooth manufacturing process with Chinese partners by setting clear legal and operational boundaries from the start.
- Real-world Insights: We will share his extensive experience and examples of what can go wrong, offering a grounded perspective on best practices.
Who Should Attend
This webinar is designed for business owners, entrepreneurs, legal professionals, and anyone involved in international manufacturing, supply chain management, or intellectual property. Whether you are new to working with Chinese manufacturers or looking to refine your existing agreements, this presentation will provide valuable insights to help you navigate the complexities of international manufacturing partnerships.
With the ever-increasing pace of globalization, the risks associated with IP theft and contract breaches have also risen. China, being a leading hub for manufacturing, has specific legal frameworks and business practices that can be quite different from those in the West. As such, understanding how to effectively protect your IP through legal means like NNN agreements is more important than ever. This webinar offers timely advice on how to approach these challenges proactively.
How to Participate
Mark your calendars for Thursday, 15th February at 12.00 CET and ensure you have a stable internet connection to join this enlightening session. Participation details and access to the webinar platform will be provided upon registration. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain critical insights that could save your business time and money in your manufacturing endeavors.
Manufacturing in China offers immense opportunities but also comes with its set of challenges, especially regarding intellectual property protection. ‘NNN Contracts: Essential Before Sending Mold Samples to China’ webinar is a must-attend event for anyone looking to secure their manufacturing processes and protect their innovations. Join us in this enlightening session and take the first step towards a more secure and profitable manufacturing partnership with Chinese companies.
Contact us if you need help with drafting of contracts that follows Chinese laws and are enforceable in China, background investigation of Chinese companies, protecting patents, trademarks, verification of contracts to the law in China, or help with other legal challenges that you have in China.
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