Events

Interchamber Summer Networking

Beijing
26 May 2016
The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC),  in cooperation with German Chamber, French Chamber, Swiss Chamber, European Chamber, Ischam, Bencham, Swedish Chamber is glad to invite you to the yearly joint chamber summer networking event on June 15 from 18.30 pm to 22.00 pm. in Park Square. There will be an All You Can Eat and Drink BBQ Buffet, including barbecued meat and vegetables, fresh salads, desserts, beer etc. Please check the menu here. Don't miss this opportunity to mingle with friends or to meet new people from other chambers and enjoy a fun evening.   Registration: Until June 14, 2016 at info@cameraitacina.com     In Cooperation with:   Please note: The participation number is limited - First come first serve. In case you registered but cannot attend, please kindly inform us in advance.   Best Regards, CICC

TALENT RETENTION AND HR MANAGEMENT IN CHINA

Beijing
13 May 2016
        The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC) is glad to invite you to 'Talent Retention and HR Management in China', the first roundtable organized in cooperation with ThinkIN China, that will take place on May 13th, 2016 at the Spazio Italia, Beijing.         Abstract: Human resources management is a major challenge for foreign companies doing business in China. While labour force population is shrinking, the lack of talents and high staff turnover rates are deeply affecting business productivity. However, foreign SMEs do not focus enough on all the aspects of talent management, that includes recruitment, development and retention of talents in the company. Understanding how China’s education and training system works, what university graduates look for when applying for jobs, learning how to attract, motivate and, most of all, retain young professional talents, are a few of the elements that will be discussed during this first roundtable.   About the Speaker : Cecilia FAN Cecilia is a Co-Founder and Managing Consultant of the Beijing Consulting Group and Co-founder and Publisher of China Higher Education. She holds an MBA from Mt. Eliza Business School (currently Melbourne Business School) and a Master of Applied Finance degree from the joint Tsinghua University / Macquarie University program. With over 20 years of consulting experience, her clients include fortune 200 companies, education institutions, NGOs, Government departments, as well as SMEs from Australia, New Zealand, the US, UK and Europe. Cecilia was a columnist for a leading Australia-China business magazine for 7 years, and currently also works as a business and culture freelance trainer for Asialink Business at the University of Melbourne. Cecilia is a regular contributor and speaker at major international education conferences on China education issues. She is also a convenor for an NGO, the Australia China Alumni Association and serves on the International committee of the Victorian Curriculum Assessment Authority, Australia.   REN Run Dr. Run Ren is an associate professor in the Department of Organization and Strategic Management at the Guanghua School of Management, Peking University, China. She got her doctoral degree in Management from Texas A&M University. She teaches Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management at undergraduate, MBA, and PhD levels. Her research interests include organizational justice, creativity, leadership, and human resource management. Her work has appeared in international high-quality journals. She also has consulting experiences with various firms, including Samsung, Gome, Foxconn, and the State Grid.   Daisy XU Daisy is the Founder and CEO of the professional social network AfterWork (六点一刻 App). She holds an MBA from the University of Queensland & Melbourne Business School, Australia. Daisy has over 15 years of research experiences with top global firms and most recent years with Mercer, a global leader in human capital consultancy. She worked with many multinational and local companies, tackling their talent challenges, especially how to retain and develop the high potential young generation in an organization. Her passion with AfterWork social platform is “sharing is the most efficient way of learning”, where young professionals gather, share and exchange their work and life experiences. On the agenda: 18.00 – 18.30 Registration 18.30 – 20.00 Panel Discussion and Q&A 20.00 – 21.00 Networking & Refreshments provided by                                                       This is a special event designed for CICC members and ThinkIN China Registered Members. Looking forward to welcoming you! Best Regards, CICC

TALENT RETENTION AND HR MANAGEMENT IN CHINA

Beijing
13 May 2016
        The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC) is glad to invite you to 'Talent Retention and HR Management in China', the first roundtable organized in cooperation with ThinkIN China, that will take place on May 13th, 2016 at the Spazio Italia, Beijing.         Abstract: Human resources management is a major challenge for foreign companies doing business in China. While labour force population is shrinking, the lack of talents and high staff turnover rates are deeply affecting business productivity. However, foreign SMEs do not focus enough on all the aspects of talent management, that includes recruitment, development and retention of talents in the company. Understanding how China’s education and training system works, what university graduates look for when applying for jobs, learning how to attract, motivate and, most of all, retain young professional talents, are a few of the elements that will be discussed during this first roundtable.   About the Speaker : Cecilia FAN Cecilia is a Co-Founder and Managing Consultant of the Beijing Consulting Group and Co-founder and Publisher of China Higher Education. She holds an MBA from Mt. Eliza Business School (currently Melbourne Business School) and a Master of Applied Finance degree from the joint Tsinghua University / Macquarie University program. With over 20 years of consulting experience, her clients include fortune 200 companies, education institutions, NGOs, Government departments, as well as SMEs from Australia, New Zealand, the US, UK and Europe. Cecilia was a columnist for a leading Australia-China business magazine for 7 years, and currently also works as a business and culture freelance trainer for Asialink Business at the University of Melbourne. Cecilia is a regular contributor and speaker at major international education conferences on China education issues. She is also a convenor for an NGO, the Australia China Alumni Association and serves on the International committee of the Victorian Curriculum Assessment Authority, Australia.   REN Run Dr. Run Ren is an associate professor in the Department of Organization and Strategic Management at the Guanghua School of Management, Peking University, China. She got her doctoral degree in Management from Texas A&M University. She teaches Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management at undergraduate, MBA, and PhD levels. Her research interests include organizational justice, creativity, leadership, and human resource management. Her work has appeared in international high-quality journals. She also has consulting experiences with various firms, including Samsung, Gome, Foxconn, and the State Grid.   Daisy XU Daisy is the Founder and CEO of the professional social network AfterWork (六点一刻 App). She holds an MBA from the University of Queensland & Melbourne Business School, Australia. Daisy has over 15 years of research experiences with top global firms and most recent years with Mercer, a global leader in human capital consultancy. She worked with many multinational and local companies, tackling their talent challenges, especially how to retain and develop the high potential young generation in an organization. Her passion with AfterWork social platform is “sharing is the most efficient way of learning”, where young professionals gather, share and exchange their work and life experiences. On the agenda: 18.00 – 18.30 Registration 18.30 – 20.00 Panel Discussion and Q&A 20.00 – 21.00 Networking & Refreshments provided by                                                       This is a special event designed for CICC members and ThinkIN China Registered Members. Looking forward to welcoming you! Best Regards, CICC

TALENT RETENTION AND HR MANAGEMENT IN CHINA

Beijing
13 May 2016
        The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC) is glad to invite you to 'Talent Retention and HR Management in China', the first roundtable organized in cooperation with ThinkIN China, that will take place on May 13th, 2016 at the Spazio Italia, Beijing.         Abstract: Human resources management is a major challenge for foreign companies doing business in China. While labour force population is shrinking, the lack of talents and high staff turnover rates are deeply affecting business productivity. However, foreign SMEs do not focus enough on all the aspects of talent management, that includes recruitment, development and retention of talents in the company. Understanding how China’s education and training system works, what university graduates look for when applying for jobs, learning how to attract, motivate and, most of all, retain young professional talents, are a few of the elements that will be discussed during this first roundtable.   About the Speaker : Cecilia FAN Cecilia is a Co-Founder and Managing Consultant of the Beijing Consulting Group and Co-founder and Publisher of China Higher Education. She holds an MBA from Mt. Eliza Business School (currently Melbourne Business School) and a Master of Applied Finance degree from the joint Tsinghua University / Macquarie University program. With over 20 years of consulting experience, her clients include fortune 200 companies, education institutions, NGOs, Government departments, as well as SMEs from Australia, New Zealand, the US, UK and Europe. Cecilia was a columnist for a leading Australia-China business magazine for 7 years, and currently also works as a business and culture freelance trainer for Asialink Business at the University of Melbourne. Cecilia is a regular contributor and speaker at major international education conferences on China education issues. She is also a convenor for an NGO, the Australia China Alumni Association and serves on the International committee of the Victorian Curriculum Assessment Authority, Australia.   REN Run Dr. Run Ren is an associate professor in the Department of Organization and Strategic Management at the Guanghua School of Management, Peking University, China. She got her doctoral degree in Management from Texas A&M University. She teaches Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management at undergraduate, MBA, and PhD levels. Her research interests include organizational justice, creativity, leadership, and human resource management. Her work has appeared in international high-quality journals. She also has consulting experiences with various firms, including Samsung, Gome, Foxconn, and the State Grid.   Daisy XU Daisy is the Founder and CEO of the professional social network AfterWork (六点一刻 App). She holds an MBA from the University of Queensland & Melbourne Business School, Australia. Daisy has over 15 years of research experiences with top global firms and most recent years with Mercer, a global leader in human capital consultancy. She worked with many multinational and local companies, tackling their talent challenges, especially how to retain and develop the high potential young generation in an organization. Her passion with AfterWork social platform is “sharing is the most efficient way of learning”, where young professionals gather, share and exchange their work and life experiences. On the agenda: 18.00 – 18.30 Registration 18.30 – 20.00 Panel Discussion and Q&A 20.00 – 21.00 Networking & Refreshments provided by                                                       This is a special event designed for CICC members and ThinkIN China Registered Members. Looking forward to welcoming you! Best Regards, CICC

Understanding China

Worldwide
19 May 2016
The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC) is glad to invite you to the third edition of "Understanding China". This event consist into a Training Programme for Intermediaries, provided by EU SME Center and supported by China IPR SME Helpdesk, EU-China Business Association and EuroChambers. The third edition of Understanding China will reveal the emerging trends in this changing economy and discuss impacts on businesses from your country. The two-day workshops will cover a wide range of topics from macroeconomic policies, business regulations, management tips to consumers’ interests, including: •China’s 13th Five-Year Plan •China’s Supply Side Reform and Impact on SMEs Operating in the Country •Using Free Trade Zones to Sell Online in China •Chinese Outbound Tourism Market •Using WeChat for Business •How to Organise a Successful Trade Mission to China •Setting Up in China: Updates on New Investment Law and Free Trade Zones •Managing HR Issues in China •Intellectual Property Protection in China •How to Work with Chinese Officials The morning sessions consist of seminars and interactive group exercises for you to exchange ideas and experience with experts and peers. The afternoon sessions will be set up in workshop format, in which you will have opportunities to take part in a number of condensed programmes adapted from the Centre’s full-day training courses. If you need more information about the programm of the event please click here.  If you have any questions regarding the training, please contact Alexander Alles:  Email: Alexander.Alles@eusmecentre.org.cn Tel: +32 (0)2 282 08 55  RSVP: Please fill out the Registration Form here.  Or send an email to Alexander.Alles@eusmecentre.org.cn Best Regards, CICC

Understanding China

Worldwide
19 May 2016
The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC) is glad to invite you to the third edition of "Understanding China". This event consist into a Training Programme for Intermediaries, provided by EU SME Center and supported by China IPR SME Helpdesk, EU-China Business Association and EuroChambers. The third edition of Understanding China will reveal the emerging trends in this changing economy and discuss impacts on businesses from your country. The two-day workshops will cover a wide range of topics from macroeconomic policies, business regulations, management tips to consumers’ interests, including: •China’s 13th Five-Year Plan •China’s Supply Side Reform and Impact on SMEs Operating in the Country •Using Free Trade Zones to Sell Online in China •Chinese Outbound Tourism Market •Using WeChat for Business •How to Organise a Successful Trade Mission to China •Setting Up in China: Updates on New Investment Law and Free Trade Zones •Managing HR Issues in China •Intellectual Property Protection in China •How to Work with Chinese Officials The morning sessions consist of seminars and interactive group exercises for you to exchange ideas and experience with experts and peers. The afternoon sessions will be set up in workshop format, in which you will have opportunities to take part in a number of condensed programmes adapted from the Centre’s full-day training courses. If you need more information about the programm of the event please click here.  If you have any questions regarding the training, please contact Alexander Alles:  Email: Alexander.Alles@eusmecentre.org.cn Tel: +32 (0)2 282 08 55  RSVP: Please fill out the Registration Form here.  Or send an email to Alexander.Alles@eusmecentre.org.cn Best Regards, CICC

Understanding China

Worldwide
19 May 2016
The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC) is glad to invite you to the third edition of "Understanding China". This event consist into a Training Programme for Intermediaries, provided by EU SME Center and supported by China IPR SME Helpdesk, EU-China Business Association and EuroChambers. The third edition of Understanding China will reveal the emerging trends in this changing economy and discuss impacts on businesses from your country. The two-day workshops will cover a wide range of topics from macroeconomic policies, business regulations, management tips to consumers’ interests, including: •China’s 13th Five-Year Plan •China’s Supply Side Reform and Impact on SMEs Operating in the Country •Using Free Trade Zones to Sell Online in China •Chinese Outbound Tourism Market •Using WeChat for Business •How to Organise a Successful Trade Mission to China •Setting Up in China: Updates on New Investment Law and Free Trade Zones •Managing HR Issues in China •Intellectual Property Protection in China •How to Work with Chinese Officials The morning sessions consist of seminars and interactive group exercises for you to exchange ideas and experience with experts and peers. The afternoon sessions will be set up in workshop format, in which you will have opportunities to take part in a number of condensed programmes adapted from the Centre’s full-day training courses. If you need more information about the programm of the event please click here.  If you have any questions regarding the training, please contact Alexander Alles:  Email: Alexander.Alles@eusmecentre.org.cn Tel: +32 (0)2 282 08 55  RSVP: Please fill out the Registration Form here.  Or send an email to Alexander.Alles@eusmecentre.org.cn Best Regards, CICC

Interchamber Networking at the Red Moon Bar

Beijing
28 April 2016
              The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC), in cooperation with German Chamber, French Chamber, Swiss Chamber and Swedish Chamber is glad to invite you to an exclusive evening in Grand Hyatt hotel on Thursday 28 April, 2016. Come join us at this elegant restaurant and bar with a contemporary décor for a networking evening. There is a selection of Japanese food prepared, please check the menu here. The lounge area features a live band that performs a variety of musical styles with traditional Chinese and modern instruments. The show starts at 8pm. Don't miss this opportunity to mingle with friends or to meet new people in Red Moon Bar.   Best regards, CICC   In Cooperation with :    

Interchamber Networking at the Red Moon Bar

Beijing
28 April 2016
              The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC), in cooperation with German Chamber, French Chamber, Swiss Chamber and Swedish Chamber is glad to invite you to an exclusive evening in Grand Hyatt hotel on Thursday 28 April, 2016. Come join us at this elegant restaurant and bar with a contemporary décor for a networking evening. There is a selection of Japanese food prepared, please check the menu here. The lounge area features a live band that performs a variety of musical styles with traditional Chinese and modern instruments. The show starts at 8pm. Don't miss this opportunity to mingle with friends or to meet new people in Red Moon Bar.   Best regards, CICC   In Cooperation with :    

Interchamber Networking at the Red Moon Bar

Beijing
28 April 2016
              The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC), in cooperation with German Chamber, French Chamber, Swiss Chamber and Swedish Chamber is glad to invite you to an exclusive evening in Grand Hyatt hotel on Thursday 28 April, 2016. Come join us at this elegant restaurant and bar with a contemporary décor for a networking evening. There is a selection of Japanese food prepared, please check the menu here. The lounge area features a live band that performs a variety of musical styles with traditional Chinese and modern instruments. The show starts at 8pm. Don't miss this opportunity to mingle with friends or to meet new people in Red Moon Bar.   Best regards, CICC   In Cooperation with :    

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