International Enterprise Forum - Succeeding in China: Knowledge and Networks
Issued: Tue, 03 May 2016 14:06:00 BST
Margaret Fletcher, Lecturer in Management at the Adam Smith Business School, and Simon Harris, Professor of International Strategy at the University of Edinburgh, led an open discussion on how to succeed when doing business in China. The forum brought together leading researchers, business leaders with China experience and those who support business learning.
Providing extensive insight on the topic was Ivor Tiefenbrun, founder and Chairman of Linn Products, a company who has seen worldwide success with recent growth in China, and Giles Blackburne, who while during his time at the China-Britain Business Council has helped numerous businesses achieve growth in China.
Date: Thursday 16 June 2016
Time: 3pm - 6.30pm
Venue: MBA Suite (1st Floor) University of Edinburgh Business School, 29 Buccleuch Place, Edinburgh, Lothian EH8 9JS, United Kingdom
More and more British firms are seeking to break into Chinese markets. This is a challenge that needs to be addressed through in-depth knowledge focusing on how to do business there, and how to find out the knowledge and contacts required.
In partnership with ISBE Entrepreneurial Learning, Practice and Policy and with support by the China-Britain Business Council, the forum will include two main themes - how to do business in China, and forming relationships in China. The event saw an "in conversation” format which will give those with real knowledge and experience an opportunity to share their expert advice and business tips.
Further information can be found on the International Enterprise Forum website.
Enquiries: Dr Margaret Fletcher, firstname.lastname@example.org