NOV 25, 2019: Hemingway – The (Non)-Executive Chinese-European Connection Programme
The China Agenda is proud to be Hemingway’s partner in further developing Hemingway’s Business Governance Programmes both in Europe and China.
From 23 – 29 November the Hemingway (Non)-Executive Chinese-European Connection Programme will kick off a new series of Hemingway’s Business Governance, jointly organised with Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB), established in Beijing in 2002 with generous support from the Li Ka Sheng Foundation and, CKGSB is China’s first faculty-governed, non-profit, independent business school. Participants will visit Amsterdam, Delft, Rotterdam, Brussels, Stuttgart and Berlin to discuss topics like governance in Europe, the political landscape in Europe and cultural differences in doing business in Europe versus China.
Invitation to European business leaders
This programme is for individuals, who are eager to acquire insights in doing business in Europe. Members of the Dutch, Belgian, German and other European business community with strong interests in building long terms relations with the participating high-level Chinese business executives are invited to join parts of the programme.
If you are interested you can contact The China Agenda at info@TheChinaAgenda.com.
On 25th November, the Founder of The China Agenda Annette Nijs will share her observations on the European and Chinese governance models and Europe-China high tech co-operation in Amsterdam.
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