Paul Denlinger’s life reads like a Who Is Who of business in China. As a senior manager he worked in the past two decades both Chinese and Western companies — including Shanda, Unilever, Philips, TSMC, Acer, Walt Disney, McDonald’s, BMW and even the state-owned newswire Xinhua is on his reference list. Paul Denlinger travels from San Jose, California
CEO of Advanced Business Park in Hong Kong and former director at PriceWaterhouseCoopers. Who wants to know about real estate in Shanghai and the rest of China, turns to Sam Crispin. For more than two decades Mr. Crispin has been part of one of China’s most booming industries, witnessing its ups and downs. He travels from Shanghai.
Author “Doing Business in China for Dummies” travels from Shanghai Co-author of a groundbreaking book on Doing Business in China for Dummies, Rob speaks to businesspeople on the challenges, opportunities and risk management of conducting business in the Middle Kingdom. Rob Collins is a senior executive and management consultant with
Janet Carmosky is one of the leading voices on China business in the US. With a heavy experience of a wide range of industries in China, its culture and way of dealing with the people. In a hands-on way she has a very convincing story for both beginners and veterans in dealing with China. She travels from New York.
Managing Consultant, China Streetsmart Travels from: Shanghai Get in touch with us to check the availability of this speaker John Chan has more than 20 years of experience in the marketing, sales and business development fields and is the author of: “China Streetsmart – What You MUST Know to Be
CEO Philips China (2002-2008) travels from Taiwan Mr. David Chang was appointed as the CEO of the Dutch electronics giant Philips in China on Jan. 1st 2002. Mr. Chang, born in Taiwan is a graduate of Electronic Engineering from the National Chiao-Tung University in Taiwan.He has been working with Philips
Chairman and CEO of Alcatel China Investments (1997-2005) Travels from Shanghai Dominique de Boisseson is as the former chairman and CEO of Alcatel China till 2006 and a much wanted speaker, both on telecommunication, and on China and its business environment. As a Stanford graduate he joined, after 17 years