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Trade Policy Panel

*Robert Connolly, Partner, GeyerGorey LLP
*Professor Bryan Mercurio, Professor and Vice Chancellor’s Outstanding Fellow of the Faculty of Law, Chinese University of Hong Kong
*Brian Bedell, Consul, Economic Affairs, U.S. Consulate General, Hong Kong

Hosted By the Transportation & Logistics Committee

Feb 1, 2016 (Mon) - 12:00pm

Monthly Networking Drinks

Hosted By the China Business Committee

Feb 1, 2016 (Mon) - 6:30pm

Urban Technology: Shaping Life in Cities through Handhelds

Maxwell L. Anderson
Executive Director, New Cities Foundation

Hosted By the Information & Communication Technology Committee

Feb 5, 2016 (Fri) - 8:00am

AmCham Intellectual Property Committee Meeting (AmCham Members Only)

Hosted By the Intellectual Property Committee

Feb 5, 2016 (Fri) - 12:30pm

61st InterCham Young Professionals Cocktail

Feb 16, 2016 (Tue) - 6:30pm

Business Unusual: Seizing Opportunities in China’s Connected and Competitive Environment during its Economic Transition

* James Quinnild, Financial Services Consulting Leader for Asia Pacific, PwC Hong Kong
* Scott Likens, Data & Analytics Consulting Leader, PwC China and Hong Kong

Hosted By the China Business Committee

Feb 17, 2016 (Wed) - 12:00pm

TPP and the Apparel & Footwear Industry. An audience with Steve Lamar from the AAFA

Stephen E. Lamar
Executive Vice President, American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA)

Hosted By the Apparel & Footwear Committee

Feb 17, 2016 (Wed) - 3:00pm

Meeting with Dr. Daniel Mitchell, Senior Fellow at Cato Institute

Dr. Daniel J. Mitchell

Hosted By the Taxation Committee

Feb 18, 2016 (Thu) - 2:15pm

AmCham Young Professionals Committee Meeting (AmCham Members Only)

Hosted By the Young Professionals Committee

Feb 18, 2016 (Thu) - 6:30pm

Global Economic Prospects Briefing

M. Ayhan Kose
Director, Development Prospects Group, The World Bank Group

Feb 19, 2016 (Fri) - 12:00pm

AmCham Corporate Social Responsibility Committee Meeting (AmCham Members only)

Hosted By the Corporate Social Responsibility Committee

Feb 22, 2016 (Mon) - 12:30pm

AmCham Human Resources Committee Meeting (AmCham Members Only)

Hosted By the Human Resources Committee

Feb 23, 2016 (Tue) - 8:00am

Storytelling – The 5 Secrets To Telling Simple Stories That Make People Act

Andrew Pickup
Senior Director of Communications, Microsoft Asia

Hosted By the Communications & Marketing Committee

Feb 24, 2016 (Wed) - 12:00pm

[SPOTLIGHT SESSION] Third Party Risk - Staying Out of the Headlines

*Steve Farrer, Financial Crime Consultant, Liberty Asia
*Soeren Seitz, Chief Compliance Officer, Manulife
*Dean Ward, Risk Solutions Manager, APAC, Thomson Reuters
*Tara Joseph, Chief Correspondent, Reuters TV (Moderator)

[FREE to Members]

Feb 25, 2016 (Thu) - 12:00pm

Technologies and Business Models for the Increasingly Distributed Future of Power

Cosmin Laslau, Ph.D.,
Senior Analyst, Lux Research

Hosted By the Energy Committee

Feb 29, 2016 (Mon) - 8:00am

Made in China 2025: The Future of Manufacturing and Sourcing

Dr Neale O'Connor FCPA (Aust)
Managing Director, Ricebox, Hong Kong

Hosted By the China Business Committee

Feb 29, 2016 (Mon) - 12:00pm

AmCham Financial Services Committee Meeting (AmCham Members only)

Hosted By the Financial Services Committee

Feb 29, 2016 (Mon) - 3:00pm

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EVENT DETAILS

Competition in China and beyond – new challenges for old Multinationals

12:00pm Registration/ Networking
12:25pm Lunch
  1:10pm Remarks
  2:00pm Close


China is fast becoming the competitive battlefield on which global winners are determined. An increasing number of Chinese companies are moving towards a dominating position in some segments. What are the global implications of the enormous economies of scale in the attractive China market? How do MNCs respond to the local competition?

Table bookings (10-12 persons) are welcome!

SPEAKER(S)

Hellmut Schütte, Distinguished Professor of International Management, Vice President and Dean, CEIBS

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Professor Hellmut Schütte is Distinguished Professor of International Management, Vice President and Dean at CEIBS since February 2013. He officially joined CEIBS in September 2009 as Distinguished Professor of Management and European Chair for Sino-European Business Relations. He is particularly interested in aspects of business competition in China and other BRICs.

He is also Emeritus Professor of International Management at INSEAD whose faculty he joined in Fontainebleau, France, in 1981 after a career in the areas of marketing and investment banking. He teaches and does research in the area of international business with a special focus on Asia and Emerging Markets. Professor Schütte studied economics and business administration in Germany and obtained his doctorate from the University of St.Gallen, Switzerland. For 11 years he worked as executive in the area of marketing and investment banking. During his academic career at INSEAD, he was visiting professor at the University of Tokyo, visiting professor at Boston University, and visiting scholar at Harvard University. Up to the fall of 2006, Professor Schütte was the Dean of INSEAD’s fast growing Asia Campus located in Singapore.

China is Professor Schütte’s tenth country in which he lives and works. He has taught in seminars in another 40 countries all over the world. He is a well-known speaker in conferences and business meetings, a regular contributor to the World Economic Forum in Davos and other places in the world, and actively involved in various executive programmes, board and advisory roles and consulting assignments. Among others, he is an Executive Director and Partner of BAF Spectrum, a business angel firm that invests in young enterprises.

Professor Schütte is the author of many articles and nine books, among them the best-seller ‘Strategies for Asia Pacific’ (co-authored with P. Lasserre).

REGISTRATION

Date: Nov 11, 2013

Time: 12:00pm - 02:00pm

Fees:
Member: HK$550
Non-member: HK$650
Corporate table: HK$6,600

Venue:
Renaissance Harbour View Hotel Hong Kong
Board Room 6 (Mezzanine Floor)
1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
[MAP]

Inquiries:
Ms. Katherine Lau
Email: kalau@amcham.org.hk
Subject: Date of event / Speaker name(s) or event title


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