China´s media industry might be one of the toughest to grasp for the outside world. All media are state-owned, very much restricted, and got recently into trouble because they have been extorting companies. Nothing is what you might expert. Some guidance is needed, and fortunately we have a range of media experts at the China Speakers Bureau.
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The China Speakers Bureau has been pretty active on Google+ over the past years, and it is with regret we noticed that Google+ is halting its activities. Google has experimented much in setting up social networks but has never been able to develop a successful operation in this field. Our accounts and pages on Google+ will fizzle out, as the deadline for Google+ activity has now been set on early April.
Christmas is sneaking in at our headquarters and – as expected – we are winding up our business in anticipation of the coming holidays and welcome 2019. Our 2018 has been great, and we hope the same for you. With the global economy picking up, we saw the same happening in the speaking business we are running.
Renowned investor Jim Rogers has been proposed as an independent director at the South-Korean resort operator Ananti, anticipating a future opening up of North Korea. South-Korean media have been cheering after the proposal was announced, and its shares soared.
Journalist Ian Johnson, author of the bestseller The Souls of China: The Return of Religion After Mao, will join a PdD program with Philip Clart at the Leipzig University with a study on urban religion and civil society in China.
Rupert Hoogewerf, the publisher of the Hurun China rich list and leading voice on China’s wealthy, has been appointed at the Durham University Business School as a professor of practice, reports the BDaily.
China´s economic growth might be slowing down a bit, and its economy might not be the boost the global economy needs, but the luxury goods industry could be the exception. China´s consumers, whether at home or abroad, are still buying themselves silly.
President Xi Jinping might be spoiling the party a bit with his anti-corruption drive, but apart from the liquor departments, luxury goods are selling a lot. A few of the speakers at the China Speakers Bureau can give you some guidance.