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Avoid Beijing, Shanghai: new investments rules – Paul Denlinger

by Fons1 via FlickrPaul Denlinger “Avoid Shanghai and Beijing” is the first of a whole set of new investments rules for China, our speaker Paul Denlinger has written down. Very…

Welcome back from the holidays

via WikipediaHolidays are coming to and end in China and the working life is resuming again. Since we are running a global service, we never really have a holiday, but…

Marc van der Chijs to join China Speakers Bureau

Marc van der Chijs Marc van der Chijs, co-founder of the successful Chinese video sharing host Tudou and CEO of the online gaming conglomerate Spil Group Asia is joining the…

Joining openWebAsia ’08: Sam Flemming

Sam Flemming Innovation in Asia is the core theme of the openWebAsia in South-Korea on 14 October. Our Sam Flemming will be one of the key speakers, together with representatives…

Bill Fischer joins China Speakers Bureau

Bill Fischer IMD-professor and former CEIBS dean Bill Fischer has joined the China Speakers Bureau. Bill Fischer is a leading authority on business and China. Apart from being a gifted…

AIG seeks blogger’s help in Asia

Richard Kuslan The financial downturn in the US has interesting side-effects. Richard Kuslan, lawyer, blogger and speaker at the China Speakers Bureau has been invited by the insurer-in-problems AIG to…

Big dairy companies got too much trust – Mark Schaub

Mark Schaub He still drinks Chinese milk, says lawyer and author Mark Schaub in a discussion with Fons Tuinstra of the China Speakers Bureau on the ongoing milk melamine scandal…

Internet users less tolerant for manipulation – Sam Flemming

Sam Flemming China’s netizens are becoming less tolerant for manipulation of their online conversation, says CIC-founder Sam Flemming, a leading authority on the online buzz in China in a CSB…

Do not forget Fonterra – Paul French

Paul French While China’s melamine milk scandal has been covered pretty well by the media, we tend to forget Sanlu’s foreign partner Fonterra, warns retail-expert Paul French of Access Asia…

Applying as a speaker

Image via WikipediaA few times per week, new speakers asked to be included in the China Speakers Bureau. That is possible under a set of conditions, one of them is…

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