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    YCW London: Lau China Institute King’s College China Conference 2018

    By Crayfish

    If you are interested in the past, present and future of China, this is a rare opportunity for you to explore a long view of (r)evolution in China.

    Our CEO – Ting Zhang has been invited to participate in the panel at this year’s Lau China Institute King’s College China conference. Last year’s conference was a major success. YCW and King’s College Lau China Institute are again bringing together leading China experts and emerging Young China Watchers on a single platform to analyse China’s past, present and future.Ting will join some other professional & senior executives from Imperial College Business School, HSBC, China Business Fusion and be sharing her view about China’s increasingly prominent role in the world of technology and innovation.

     

    Time: Saturday, October 13, 10:30 – 17:00

    Location: The Great Hall, King’s College, Strand, London, WC2R 2LS

     

     

    • AGENDA

    1030-1100 – Registration and coffee

    1100-1110 – Opening Remarks by YCW and Lau China InstituteSue Anne Tay, Global Director of YCW and Director for China and RMB Internationalisation, Group Strategy, HSBC
    Professor Kerry Brown, Director, Lau China Institute, King’s College London (KCL)

    1110-1130 – Keynote Speaker: Lord Jim O’Neill, Chair, Chatham House, Former Commercial Secretary to HM Treasury, former Chief Economist at Goldman Sachs & creator of the BRICs acronym

    1130-1245 – Panel 1: Past. How China’s past has shaped its present and the ways in which the country’s history is recast and repurposed to support the ruling regime and its policies.

    Moderator: Julia Chen, Director of YCW London and Strategy Lead at the UK’s Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles.

    Panel:

    1. Professor Hans Van de Ven FBA, Professor of Modern Chinese History, University of Cambridge
    2. Dr Astrid Nordin, Senior Lecturer & Director of Lancaster University China Centre
    3. Professor Kent Deng, Professor of Economic History, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
    4. Jeanne-Marie Gescher OBE, Barrister, Author and Adviser

    1245-1300 – Break and interviews

    1300-1415 – Panel 2: Present. China’s increased stridency on the world stage – should this be viewed as evolution or revolution?

    Moderator: James Tunningley, Head of YCW London and Private Secretary to the Permanent Secretary, Department for International Trade, UK

    Panel:

    1. Tania Branigan, Foreign Leader (Editorial) Writer, former China correspondent for the Guardian
    2. Nigel Inkster, Senior Adviser, International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) & Research Associate, Contemporary China Institute, London School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)
    3. Dr Yu Jie, Head of China Foresight & Senior Research Fellow, LSE IDEAS
    4. TBC

    1415-1500 – Lunch and interviews

    1500-1615 – Panel 3: Future. China’s increasingly prominent role in the world of technology and innovation

    Moderator: Bin (William) Xu, Director of YCW London and Strategy & Investment Advisor, Healthcare & Technology at Venture Propulsion System

    Panel:

    1. Professor George Yip, Author / Professor and Associate Dean at Imperial College Business School, former Co-Director of the CEIBS Centre on China Innovation
    2. Joyce Xie, Director at IP Group, former M&A banker and Portfolio Manager at HSBC
    3. Syrus Lohrasb, CEO of China-Britain Business Fusion / Founder of China-Britain AI Summit, former Finance Director at multiple international companies
    4. Ting Zhang, CEO of Crayfish / Founder of China Business Solutions, former China Venture Partner at Prime Ventures

    1615-1630 – Closing Remarks

    Raffaello Pantucci, YCW Co-founder and Director of International Security Studies, Royal United Services Institute (RUSI)
    James Tunningley, Head of YCW London, and Private Secretary to the Permanent Secretary, Department for International Trade, UK

    1630-1700 – Networking and interviews

    1700 – Ends

    Please register here

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    Hiring and Managing People in China (London)

    By Crayfish

    Hiring and Managing People in China It is advisable to hire local talent to grow your business in China. However, research shows only about 10% of Chinese graduates are suitable to work for a Western business. With the fierce competition for skilled bilingual labour and rapidly inflating salaries, attracting and retaining talent continues to be one of the main challenges facing foreign companies operating in China.

    Join CBBC and Crayfish.io for a roundtable discussion led by Chinese business experts about:

    • what are the most effective channels to recruit the talent you want
    • what to expect of job applications and how to spot the real talent
    • what are the motivational factors that influence their Chinese workforce especially the young generation in order to create the bonds of loyalty
    • seeing the Chinese staff in a social and cultural context and build a multi-cultural team across UK and China
    • what are the alternatives to a traditional talent hiring and management approach


    Speakers & facilitators:

    • Lise Bertelsen, China-Britain Business Council
    • Ting Zhang, Founder & CEO, Crayfish.io
      • A known UK-China business expert, Ting Zhang has advised clients ranging from tech start-ups to FTSE100 companies in the last 20 years and helped them achieve commercial success in China.  In her continuous pursuit for an ultimate affordable solution for SMEs, Ting founded Crayfish.io in 2017, the online platform dedicated to providing instant access to Chinese expertise and multi-lingual support for global businesses.
    • Jiao, Li, Co-Founder & VP Marketing, Crayfish.io
      • Jiao spent the past six years working in one of the world’s largest multinational FMCG manufacturing companies in both the UK and China, where she led a cross-functional team in both countries to relaunch a key range of 60 products in e-commerce, and developed and led successful marketing campaigns. Jiao is keen to help brands to reach out and interact with their Chinese audiences in a smarter and more engaging way.

    Please register here

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    6th Annual CBBC China Business Conference

    By Crayfish

    The 19th Party Congress has set the scene for China’s direction and focus for future development, with the aim of creating a ‘prosperous, strong, democratic, culturally advanced, harmonious and beautiful’ country by the middle of this century.

    With China’s increasingly international role and the UK’s focus on opportunities beyond Europe, what are the implications for bilateral relations – and what are the consequences for business?

    Ting Zhang, Founder & CEO of Crayfish.io  will be sharing her insight on exporters’ common question: what are the practicalities of shipping my goods to China? Join the event to hear from leaders in the logistics and trade industry for the best ways to export to China.

    www.cbbc.org

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    Converting Opportunities and Sales in China

    By Crayfish

    25th January 2018

    Join CBBC and Crayfish.io for a webinar to understand:

    Options to carry out on the ground business development when you are not committed to employing staff

    What support you should give to enable BD to process to sales in China

    How to avoid common pitfalls and potential corruptions

    For details on how to register: www.cbbc.org

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    Exporting to China

    By Crayfish

    This informative webinar will help you take advantage of opportunities in China by discussing strategic considerations when exploring China.

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    China’s Belt and Road Initiative – Opportunities for UK Companies

    By Crayfish

    Hosted by former Business Secretary Sir Vince Cable, this event seeks to outline the opportunities for UK businesses in this new 21st century venture.

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    Launchpad 2017

    By Crayfish

    A free event with practical advice and tips on topics from export to research. A panel discussion will be dedicated to opportunities in China.

    www.besa.org.uk

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    Enabling Visions for a Sustainable Future

    By Crayfish

    Participants from business and government all over the World will meet and discuss important issues related to China and its new economic leadership role.

    www.horasis.org

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    Invitation to China webinar “Working with Distributors in China”

    By Crayfish

    Join LNP China and Crayfish.io, as we guide you through those tentative first steps, putting you on the road to success. Tuesday 17th October 10.30am GMT

    www.lnpchina.com

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