Webinar: Corporate Social Credit System Update - China

Join this webinar, and get insight on The Chinese Government’s Corporate Social Credit System (CSCS), how it is aiming to monitor and steer market behaviour, and has become increasingly important for corporations operating in China to understand.



09:00 – 10:30 CET



Free of charge

Farver Ulrik Tilrettet Til Web 2019
CEO Ulrik Dahl +45 3031 8788
Farver Signe Borup Tilrettet Til Web 2019
Project Consultant & Executive Assistant Signe Borup +45 6020 8546
How does The Chinese Government’s Corporate Social Credit System (CSCS) impact business operations in China, how can it result in rewards or punishments and what are best-practices dealing with it?

At this Signature Event, in partnership with the Danish-Chinese Business Forum, we will seek to provide you with an update on the CSCS, focusing on the time since 2019, when European Union Chamber of Commerce in China (EUCCC) and Sinolytics published the extensive report “The Digital Hand – How China‘s Corporate Social Credit System Conditions Market Actors”.

In this report, Jörg Wuttke, President of EUCCC, wrote: “For better or worse, China’s Corporate SCS is here to stay and businesses in China need to prepare for the consequences, and they need to start now.” Luckily, there is still time to prepare for the CSCS, but time is of the essence.


Why participate?

Operating in the market will be more difficult and controlled than before, but the system can also be utilized as a means to open new doors - If addressed well, the CSCS may create a more level playing field for foreign companies operating in China vis-à-vis their Chinese competitors.

Therefore, corporate leaders need to understand what the CSCS requires from their business. Join this event to gain valuable insights regarding the implications of the CSCS for your company.


Meet the speakers

Björn Conrad
CEO and Co-Founder of Sinolytics, has almost two decades of China experience. A recognised expert on China’s economic, industrial and technological policies as well as their digital transformation.

Björn Conrad

Luisa Kinzius
Project Leader, is a specialist on Chinese market regulation. She has in particular worked on projects analysing big-data enabled market regulation (CSCS) on companies.

Luisa Kinzius


  • 09:00


    Hans Henrik Pontoppidan, DCBF and Ulrik Dahl, Danish Export Association
  • 09:10

    China’s Corporate Social Credit System 

    Björn Conrad, CEO and Co-Founder, Sinolytics and Luisa Kinzius, Project Leader, Sinolytics

                           – What happened since 2019?
                           – How to get prepared for it?

  • 10:10


    Moderated by Hans Henrik Pontoppidan, DCBF
  • 10:30

    Thank You

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