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This event is for General Manager/Chief Representative Only and invitation cannot be transferred to other employees.

AmCham Shanghai Suzhou Center would like to invite all Suzhou general managers and chief representatives to our monthly network breakfast on Tuesday, January 23 from 7:30-9:00am at the Hyatt Regency Suzhou. During the breakfast, the Suzhou Center will review the 2017 activities and present 2017 Most Active Suzhou Member Awards. Aiying Wang, 2017-2018 Suzhou Center Chair and Vice President & General Manager for Eaton China, will introduce the Suzhou Center theme for 2018 and how it connects and helps the U.S. business community to sustain business competitiveness, re-stimulate business, and align operation plans with the goal of driving strategic change.

Agenda:
7:30 Registration & Breakfast
8:00 Review of 2017 Suzhou Center Activities
8:15 2017 Most Active Suzhou Member Awards & Winner Sharing
8:20 Introduction of 2018 Suzhou Center theme, programs and how it helps the U.S. business community
8:50 Q&A Session
9:00 Event Ends

Agenda

7:30 AM - 8 AM
Registration & Breakfast
8 AM - 8:15 AM
Review of 2017 Suzhou Center Activities
8:15 AM - 8:20 AM
2017 Most Active Suzhou Member Awards & Winner Sharing
8:20 AM - 8:50 AM
Introduction of 2018 Suzhou Center theme, programs and how it helps the U.S. business community
8:50 AM - 9 AM
Q&A Session

Speakers

  • Aiying Wang (Vice President & General Manager at Eaton China)

    Aiying Wang

    Vice President & General Manager at Eaton China

    Aiying Wang is Vice President and General Manager, Circuit Protections and Controls (CPC) Division - APAC, Eaton Corporation, located in Shanghai, China. Aiying has over 20 years of experience in the material science domain, electronics industry, consumer products, and automotive field. Prior to this, Aiying was VP/GM for KEMET Electronics, located in Suzhou, where for five years she took great pride in being a part of a leadership team that built and achieved worldwide performance records. Aiying has served in various roles within KEMET in operations, R&D, and process engineering in the US. She has also worked for six years at Michelin, North America, where she was in charge of the North America (NA) Raw Material Supplier Technical Group. In her first industrial job as a bench chemist and project manager at Bic USA for seven years, she was granted over a dozen US patents as the main inventor. Aiying holds a PhD degree in Physical Chemistry from the University of South Carolina and a BS degree in Chemistry from Shandong University. Aiying also serves as the 2017-2018 Chair of AmCham Shanghai Suzhou Center.

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