Details

Nov 29: Changing times: Future-proofing your China strategy and business operations

What is it about?

China has entered a disruptive phase of its development for all businesses - foreign and domestic. The trade war between the US and China may be the current focus, but its domestic plays, such as the ‘Made in China 2025’ policy and the Cyber Security Law in force since 2017, are the real headwinds for foreign companies.

While companies operating in China have little influence over the country’s growth strategies and tactics, they can have an insight into them and prepare a plan to respond. Control Risks Partner and General Manager of Hong Kong and South China, Neal Beatty will explain the steps companies need to take in order to future-proof their China strategy and business operations in this ’new era’.

 

Why should I attend?

Attendees will have a greater understanding of:

·         The key policies and economic strategies that will impact multinationals operating in China.

·         Key areas of focus for multinationals in responding to the changing market.

·         Steps companies can take to ‘future-proof’ their China operations.

 

Who should not miss this seminar?

·         General Managers

·         Legal and compliance officers

·         Risk and security managers

·         Strategy managers

 

Speakers


Neal Beatty, General Manager Hong Kong and South China, Control Risks

WeChat截圖_20181113141205.png

Neal Beatty is a Partner and General Manager of Control Risks’ Hong Kong and South China operations. In this role, he is responsible for managing client relationships, developing new business with multinational clients, and advising on areas of business risk that impact their operations in Greater China and the Asia Pacific region.

Before his current appointment, Neal was based in Control Risks' Shanghai office. During that time, he was the Chairman of the British Chamber of Commerce Shanghai (April 2013 – May 2015) and has spent most of the last 25 years living and working in Greater China. Neal holds a Master’s degree in Chinese Studies from the University of Leeds and a BSc in chemistry from Warwick University, both in the UK.

 

Format: Lecture with Q&A

Venue: TBC

Date: Thursday, 29th Nov, 2018

Charge: RMB 200 for Member/ RMB 300 for Non-Member

Agenda:

14:00-14:30 Registration

14:30-15:30 Presentation

15:30-15:50 Q&A

15:50-16:30 Networking

16:30  Events end


Please scan the QR Code for Registration:

 1542089436209699.jpg






Telephone
Feedback
E-MAIL
Contact Us:
020 8331 5013
No content
Word 200(limit 200 Character)
Technical Support: 炎汉建站 | Admin Login