FREE webinar: Building a strong quality assurance policy for importers in China

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Webinar Host Renaud Anjoran

Renaud Anjoran is a Certified Quality Engineer and Auditor who has been working in quality assurance and on efficiency projects in the Chinese manufacturing industry since 2005.

His company — Sofeast – helps buyers with supplier qualification, QC inspection, project management, NPI, prototype development, and product engineering services.

He has also founded or co-founded companies in the fields of consulting (factory operations improvement) and software (mobile application for quality inspectors).

Read his prestigious blog, where he shares his inside knowledge on better understanding, controlling, and improving your manufacturing & supply chain in China as weekly updates for professional importers.

Watch: "A quality assurance policy for importers in China"

Join Sofeast's CEO, Renaud Anjoran, who has been at the forefront of quality assurance in China for 13+ years in this insider webinar where he'll answer the question: "What is the 80/20 rule when it comes to QC in China?"

He taps into his experience to show you why the answer is building a strong quality assurance policy of your own.


What we'll cover in this webinar: The information and tools you require to build a strong quality assurance policy.

In this webinar, we're going to explore key challenges facing importers from China, and the elements that compose a really solid, effective quality assurance policy.

If you have received poor quality products from a supplier in China then you'll know the feeling of frustration that accompanies them; it's often just too late to do anything. Improving your quality assurance will help avoid poor quality products from hurting your business.

Here's what is included:

  • Risks and common pitfalls affecting buyers importing their products from China
  • The three elements that importers need to put in place to successfully import from China (the so-called 'magic triangle')
  • The role of approved, or 'golden,' samples
  • What specification sheets are, why they're relevant even if there is a golden sample, and how they form the basis of a QC checklist for your QC inspections
  • Defining and dispelling misconceptions around defective pieces, and how you can decide what is and is not acceptable and set limits (AQL)
  • Why contracts are necessary between yourself and the supplier, and what they do
  • Sample reviews, best practices when running them, and how these improve your specifications sheets and allow you to test-drive your QC checklist
  • Finally, product inspections, and how all of the points above help you to run smooth and effective inspections when your production is underway
  • We'll also explain how Sofeast conduct these activities (and their costs) on behalf of our clients for your reference


Ready to build your quality assurance policy and improve your product quality from Chinese suppliers?

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Next steps

Following this webinar, you will have a far clearer idea of what needs to go into building a strong QA policy and can put in place any of the activities and tools mentioned that you may be missing right now.

We're excited to have you on board and hope that you're one step closer to a better cooperation with your Chinese supplier, and pleasing your customers with superior products.


Good to know

How long is the webinar?

It is around 40 minutes long.


Do I need any software to attend the Webinar?

No, you only need a web browser and to hit the link provided.


Does it cost anything to join?

No, the Webinar is 100% free.


Can I ask questions during the webinar?

Yes. Please use the chat box provided and I will respond within 24 hours.


Do you send reminders before the Webinar starts?

Yes, you will be sent two reminder emails before the Webinar starts, and one as it begins.