Doing Sustainable and Responsible Business in China Seminar

Venue: The Levin Institute for International Relations and Commerce

Location: New York, New York, United States

Event Date/Time: Oct 26, 2009 End Date/Time: Oct 27, 2009
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"Doing Responsible and Sustainable Business in China" is organized by the The Research Centre for the Global Compact, the Levin Institute in partnership with the Asia Society. Within the context of building stronger US – China relations, the objective of this two-day Seminar is to help key leading-edge US companies better understand and approach potential opportunities in China as it is developing under the current economic situation.
The Seminar aims at building an understanding of the current direction of the PRC Government in order to facilitate the development of sustainable and responsible strategies and the exploration of concrete business opportunities in China.

Program Guest Lecturers include:

- Y.J Shi, Associate Professor, Geneva School of Diplomacy
- Prof C.S. Kiang, Chair , Peking University Environment Fund
- S. Korpela, Associate Professor, Columbia University
- Dr. Guo Peiyuan, Founder/CEO Syntao
- Dr. Annie Wu, Chair World Trade Center Association, (HK)
- Orville Schell, Arthur Ross Director US-China Relations, The Asia Society

Who should participate?

Senior strategic planners, business unit heads, business development executives at the Vice President, Director or General Manager levels of companies currently in, planning to enter or exploring operations in China.