Beijing Winter Olympics recruits licensed manufacturers and retailers

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The Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics Organizing Committee on Monday began recruiting businesses to become licensed manufacturers and retailers of Winter Olympics and Paralympics products. Requirements for potential applicant companies include having been registered in China for over two years with sound credit record, social reputation, and strong financial capabilities. 

The organizing committee is seeking makers of three types of products to become licensed manufacturers: outdoor products (camping, hiking, skiing, self-heating supplies, outdoor water bottles, outdoor multi-purpose bags, etc.), umbrellas, and luggage. 

Applicants are asked to first submit relevant qualification certificates to the organizing committee. Those that qualify would then receive invitation letters, and they are then required to submit application documents within a specified time period. A team to assess franchising plans from the organizing committee will review these documents and visit with the candidate companies as needed. 

According to the organizing committee, applicants must meet multiple conditions including financial capabilities, social reputations, and professional standings. Manufacturer applicants should have a minimum registered capital of 20 million yuan, ISO 9001 certification, ISO 14001 certification, and sound professional abilities; retailer applicants should have a minimum registered capital of 10 million yuan, sound ability to operate self-owned retail channels or establish sales networks in specified regions and locations, and experience in brand franchising.

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