Yes, if you hold a presentation in Russia and the product is protected in Russia, then this protection does not apply to other countries.
If we are talking about China, you need to make a "national" application of China.
Everything here is analogous to Russian law. While there is no product, the idea can not be patented.
You need to make a patent formula. What it is? This is an object of law, which is compiled by experts without specifying the exact characteristics, but fully protecting your product.
As early as possible, this is due to the widespread development of industrial espionage in our time.
About five meetings.
First, a meeting is held, a project is presented, and then interested projects are getting requests to start cooperation.
We have companies that have positive experience in promoting mobile apps in the Chinese market, and we also have a base of interested partners in such products.
Technoparks have their own accelerators that help bring your product to the market. It is necessary to take into account that marketing in China is expensive and this is really valuable support from them.
Language is not a problem, if we take the Haimei Group, they offer their assistance in preparation of documents and provision of translators.
Budgets depend on you, but China provides assistance in the taxes field (significantly reduced rates), in many technoparks in the first year you do not pay for the rent of space, you can individually discuss other aspects of your stay.
Artificial intelligence, bioengineering, IT, high technology and many others!
This is a large holding in Shanghai, which has three its own technoparks in Suzhou, Tongxiang and Shanghai. Now there are several factories of their own specializing on biochips and microelectronics. Also, they intend to open a Russian-Chinese innovation center.
If we are talking about the Haimei Group, then it gives a discount on free accommodation in Shanghai (1 year), but then you don’t pay the entire cost of accommodation at once, but gradually increase (30% of the rental price for the next year).
No, in the field of legal law - the Russian patent remains in force.
100 - 200 sq. meters (we are talking about office space), if it is an industrial production, then everything is discussed individually.
No, it is not. China has completed “two sessions”, the annual meeting of the bicameral parliament, which resulted in the adoption of a new law on foreign investment (will enter into force on January 1, 2020), according to which officials should “strictly keep secrets of foreign companies” and criminalize their transfer to commercial firms.
The existence of such a practice earlier was one of the main claims to China by US President Donald Trump. Foreign companies are also promised fully equal working conditions in China, whether it be trade or the provision of services. Read more about this at https://www.kommersant.ru/doc/3909537
Not at all. During the second session of the All-China Assembly of People’s Representatives of the 13th convocation, a new historical law on foreign investments was adopted during the voting.
China, during the implementation of the bill, will create the best conditions for foreign investors in the world. A number of previous restrictions will be removed and transparency in the use of foreign capital will be ensured.
In conjunction with the strategy of bringing the yuan to the world market for wide use, this law will allow China to obtain China's GDP growth by several percent.
To begin with, it is required to define the company's goals in the Chinese market. Depending on this, work will be done on choosing the most successful location for company registration.
One of the right decisions is to register a company in technoparks, due to the tax benefits and subsidies that a company can receive for development in China.
Since in cities like Shanghai, Beijing and Shenzhen a large tax rate and cost of registration are sufficient.
Tezzle provides a full range of services for entering the Chinese market, so this has its own business model at every stage of cooperation.
Stage 1 - consulting work on the finalization and packaging of the product.
At this stage, Tezzle operates at a fixed rate, which depends on the type of work.
Stage 2 - work in the Chinese market.
At the second stage, work is carried out on the company registration as well as on the organization of specialized meetings with investors and partners who are interested in the product.
Stage 3 - attracting investment
In the third stage of investments attracting, Tezzle works on the model Success Fee, that makes up from 3 to 7% of the amount of funds raised.
Stage 4 - the organization of sales, attracting partners
If companies need to integrate their product into Chinese companies, Tezzle helps in cooperation with Chinese counterparties, in this case, the system works Revenue Share or a flat rate for the work.
To get started, companies need to send us their materials in two languages: English and Russian.
What materials are required:
- Invest memorandum
- Pitch dec
- Company Video
- Final model
- Business model, what is planned to earn
- Offer to investor
- After receiving the materials, our team together with the Chinese partners will analyze the project and decide on further cooperation
For those seeking technology
Tezzle team together with Chinese partners analyzes information about the project, the market in which the company is represented as well as its competitors, on the basis of which a decision is made on further cooperation with the company.
The search for technology is carried out in several ways:
- Collaboration with universities and technology parks
- Work with venture funds of the Russian Federation
- Partnership with mentors
- Work at conferences where companies are represented
- Tezzle also has a database of agents who search for technology