iAdvisory Seminar : Doing business in Chengdu

Thu, 12 Mar, 2015, 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM (GMT+8)
IE Singapore, Bugis Junction Office Tower level 10 230 Victoria Street Singapore
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Looking to enter the China market? Instead of going head-to-head with global and local brands in China’s coastal cities, explore Chengdu, the provincial capital of Sichuan province in West China.
Billed as “China’s Most Liveable City” by Asian Development Bank in 2014, Chengdu is the fourth most populous city in China, and fast-growing to be one of the most significant economic, finance, commerce, culture, transportation, and communication centres in West China.
Join us to learn about the growing potential of Chengdu and the business opportunities this “Land of Abundance” has to offer.

Programme (subject to changes)
1330 Registration
1400 Welcome Address
Mr Kenneth Teo, Regional Director, West China Group, IE Singapore
1410 Business Opportunities in Chengdu, China
Tan Chuan Seng, Centre Director, Chengdu Overseas Office, IE Singapore
1440 Financing support models in facilitating market entry
Mr Sim Song Kang, General Manager, Ethoz Capital China
1510 Legal framework for FDI in China
Mr Jason Hu, Associate Principal, Dacheng Wong Alliance LLP
1540 Tea Break
1600 Exporting into China
Ms Lilian Tan, Director, Supply Chain Solutions, YCH Group
1630 Understanding business etiquette in China (presented in Mandarin)
Mr George Chao, Chairman, Association of Chinese Trainers (Singapore)
1700 Winning the talent war in China
Mr Gary Wu, Business Manager, Manpower Group
1730 Panel discussion/Q&A
1800 End of event


iAdvisory Seminar : Doing business in Chengdu

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