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Masterclasses by Rowan Gibson

Rowan Gibson Innovation is a key subject on China‘s political and economic agenda, so the China Speakers Bureau is happy to represent also leading business strategist Rowan Gibson as a…

Visa-restrictions continue to hamper China tourism – Shaun Rein

Shaun Rein Beijing authorities have plans to keep on using the Olympics to attract tourists for later this year, writes the WSJ, but CMR’s Shaun Rein only expects a rebound…

There is no China Market – Paul Denlinger

Paul Denlinger Paul Denlinger is at his best when he is a bit angry and he is mostly angry after meeting US investors in China. In his weblog he explains…

Chinese investments more feared than Japanese – Arthur Kroeber

Arthur Kroeber Chinese overseas investments are more feared than those from Japan, says consultant Arthur Kroeber of Dragonomics in an analysis by the newsagency Reuters on China’s economic future. Arthur…

China Telecom wins the 3G-wars – Paul Denlinger

Paul Denlinger In May three Chinese telecom companies started a race for the 3G-technology and according to Paul Denlinger China Telecom is going to defeat current market leader China Mobile….

When you want to ask us a question

via Wikipedia We have added a few tools that make it easier for you to ask us questions. First and for all, we help you to pick a good speakers….

Bad timing: skypecast goes MIA

When you think new media are today about introducing every more new stuff, you might be wrong. I have been working on getting Skypecasts, a service by Skype to allow…

Post-Olympic evaluation of our speakers

Getty Images via Daylife The Beijing Olympics were of course a great way for our speakers to get some attention from the media for their specific viewpoints on the Olympics….

No gold for China from Japan – James Farrer

James Farrer The high expectation of Japanese media on the effects of the Beijing Olympics fell flat, writes sociologist James Farrer from Tokyo in Policy Innovations: Influenced by Japan’s own…

China’s sport stars only work when they win – Tom Doctoroff

Tom Doctoroff Branding in China works differently than elsewhere in the world, marketing guru Tom Doctoroff, the chief executive for Greater China at J. Walter Thompson, the advertising agency, says…

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