AmCham Shanghai Suzhou Center, in cooperation with the China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC), cordially invites you to explore the evolving dynamics of the China Outlook 2024 and the crucial strategies for businesses navigating this landscape.
For foreign businesses, China remains attractive, but the changing risk environment requires a thorough understanding of the business ecosystem. Connecting diverse perspectives from various enterprises is now crucial for a successful China strategy in this new era.
Join us for a session led by Specially Invited Experts, exploring the important trends in China. Discover effective ways to communicate and unify diverse viewpoints across different enterprises, facilitating smoother navigation in this ever-evolving environment.
At the same time, representatives of large multinational enterprises will share their views of China's economic outlook in light of their business development.
*Note: This event is only open to manufacturing professionals.
2:00 PM - 2:30 PM
2:30 PM - 2:45 PM
CICC Business Survey Analysis by Mr. Giacomo Bove – Board director of CICC
2:45 PM - 3:15 PM
Presentation - An Outlook into the China Market in 2024 for Foreign Businesses
3:15 PM - 3:30 PM
3:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Panel Discussion moderate by Mr. Giacomo Bove – Board director of CICC
Panelists:· Kent D. Kedl, Partner and head of Control Risks’ Greater China and North Asia practice· Bogdan Bereanda, President and CEO of Brembo China· Xin Yao, Vice President and General...
Panelists: · Kent D. Kedl, Partner and head of Control Risks’ Greater China and North Asia practice · Bogdan Bereanda, President and CEO of Brembo China · Xin Yao, Vice President and General Manager of Aptar Pharma Northeast Asia
Partner and Head of Greater China and North Asia at Control Risks
Kent D. Kedl is a Partner and head of Control Risks’ Greater China and North Asia practice. He is responsible for all of Control Risks’ work across mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, the Koreas and Mongolia. Kent has been living and working in China for more than 35 years.
Kent has consulted with multinational and Asia-based corporations on a range of risk and strategy issues, such as M&A and organic growth strategy, crisis management, compliance, and strategic and organisational development programmes.
Before joining Control Risks, Kent was a partner of Technomic Asia, a market strategy and M&A consulting firm.
Kent has worked as a journalist and is a frequent contributor to Asia-based media outlets. Kent has a bachelor’s degree in English and a master’s degree in East Asian studies from the University of Minnesota. He also completed graduate studies in journalism and mass communication at the China Times Centre for Mass Media and Social Studies.
China President & VP&GM of Pharma, NEA at Aptar (China) Investment Co., Ltd
Currently in the role of Aptar China President and also responsible for Aptar Pharma NEA Region (Northeast Asia, i.e. Japan, South Korea & Greater China). 20+ years experience in the healthcare industry, B2B Roles in general management and commercial
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