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Michael Locke - CEO
“Gourmet Wine & Dine Ltd” was founded by Michael Locke in start 2018 with an understanding that the market for imported Food & Beverage F&B is the fastest growing business in China and we want to be here and to be of service to F&B customers who want to promote and sell their top quality products here.
So far, we have acted as sourcing partners for big retail supermarkets in China and for specialised importers/distributors searching for Western brands. We have also acted as the bridge between Chinese importers and Western exporters helping to overcome the various importing/exporting procedures and to make sure products can be imported and sold within China.
With this focus upon the F&B industry, we offer a unique and cost-effective way of getting new products into the Chinese market, testing the market for both retail and wholesale..
“Gourmet Wine & Dine Ltd” has established a contractual relationship with a local Free Trade Zone (FTZ) that allows us to provide the most cost-effective service to our Western partners. This allows them to explore the endless opportunities for imported F&B products within the developing Chinese consumer market who are hungry for new, top quality products in the F&B industry.
We have grown to become our partners’ ONE STOP service arm when talking export to China – are you ready to give our service a go? Our teams are set to take your products to the market in China – whether this be finding importers/distributors or utilising our FTZ platform for testing the market before taking your products further!
WHERE IS THIS HUB FOR SALES LOCATED?
The FTZ is located right in the sweet spot - between Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macau Greater Bay area.
Goods are shipped by suppliers to Hong kong
After arriving in Hong Kong, goods are shipped to the FTZ at the boarder between China and Macau
* Transport is arranged and handled by FTZ *
WHY SHOULD YOU BE INTERESTED?
China has had great economic success over the past 30 years - urbanisation reached over 60% in 2019
China currently stands as the world's second largest economy and the biggest trading partner for most Asian economies. Despite China being the largest supplier of goods, and the worlds largest exporter itself, their is also an increased level of demand for products and services.