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Helen Wang Talks About the Five New Trends of Chinese Consumers

Helen H. Wang is an award-winning author of The Chinese Dream, consultant, and expert on China’s middle class.  Here she shares her insights on the five trends of the Chinese Consumers: Value Seekers A quintessential trait of Chinese consumers is that they are value seekers. They will search hard for the best deals, to make sure they […]

Peggy Liu: Cultural Bridges – Service Jobs of the 21st Century

Peggy Liu, Chairperson and Founder of JUCCCE, is an internationally recognized expert on China’s energy landscape. In this talk, Peggy speaks about the emerging importance of cultural translators in an increasingly complex and globalized world.  Very inspiring insights from Peggy that many omitted. Peggy Liu Peggy Liu  刘佩琪, Chairperson and co-founder of JUCCCE, is an internationally […]

Rebecca Fannin Hosted Silicon Dragon Hong Kong 2012

Rebecca Fannin 范碧嘉 , author of best-seller, Silicon Dragon (McGraw-Hill, 2008) and Startup Asia (Wiley, 2011) hosted the Silicon Dragon Hong Kong event at The China Club with a full house. Poshu Yeung from Tencent was invited to talked about the impressive growth of WeChat and Hurst Lin, Partner at DCM and Co-Founder of Sina was also on stage to […]

Ten Infographics About China

Here come ten useful and informative infographic about China…   Source: thomascrampton.com via ChinaSpeakersAgency on Pinterest Source: paidcontent.org via ChinaSpeakersAgency on Pinterest Source: thenextweb.com via ChinaSpeakersAgency on Pinterest Source: dailyinfographic.com via ChinaSpeakersAgency on Pinterest Source: jingdaily.com via ChinaSpeakersAgency on Pinterest Source: them.pro via ChinaSpeakersAgency on Pinterest Source: mapsofworld.com via ChinaSpeakersAgency on Pinterest Source: hightable.com via […]

Mike Walsh Talks About The Future of Work

201110181000.jpg Our best and most sought-after futurist speaker, Mike Walsh , Our best futurist speaker, Mike Walsh , was featured in the Australian Financial Review on the future of work – quoting himself as an example of the new generation of “knowledge worker: Extract of the coverage: … Walsh says the revolutionary impact of technology and social network, and gteh influx into the workforce of “digital natives (who were using keyboards before ether learned to form letters with a pencil), mean that the leaders we have now are not the sort of people we will need in the future. … Future leaders also have to be gifted communicators, to be able to transmit the vision of the company to its people.

Rebecca Fannin on China Winning the Tech Race

Rebecca Fannin 范碧嘉 , author of best-seller, Silicon Dragon (McGraw-Hill, 2008) monitors China’s performance in the tech race closely.  Below is some of her recent observations: What’s Left to Clone In China Just how many clone opportunities are left in China, now that the Chinese marketplace has copies of YouTube, Amazon, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, eBay and yes, even Wikipedia. […]

Speakers Who Really Knows China

Are you looking for concrete know-how on how to do business with / in China?  Our China expert speakers are here to help you:  Eddie Wang Former President of the China Minsheng Banking Corporation  Jack Perkowski Mr China Rebecca  Fannin Silicon Dragon: How China is Winning the Tech Race  Rob Keopp Chinese Business Going Global […]

Jack Perkowski: China Wants To Buy American (Companies)

Jack is a frequent speaker and commentator on the subject of China to the broadcast media, including CNN, CNBC, Fox, BBC, NPR and CCTV, as well as a variety of audiences worldwide: universities, business schools, corporate and industry conferences, and various chapters of the Council on Foreign Relations, Asia Society, YPO and other professional organizations. … Jack was a starting guard on one of the best football teams in Yale’s history and played in the famous 29-29 tie against Harvard in 1968, a game which Sports Illustrated has named one of the most exciting college football games of all time.

Proudly Launching the China Speakers Agency Chinese Website

We at the China Speakers Agency is proud to launch our new Chinese website 中國名人演講堂 to better serve our Chinese clients who are looking for top-notch speakers to inspire their teams and clients at their upcoming events. CSA Chinese website.jpg We are working hard at populating the site with our speakers’ profile and share great ideas from our speakers. Are you an MNC looking for concrete know-how on how to do business with / in China, or a Chinese company entering the global market looking for international experience?

China Experts Eddie Wang and Willy Lam Speaking at CPA Australia Congress

Keynotes by Eddie Wang and Wily Lam Willy will be speaking on “China’s new generation of political leaders” : China’s fifth generation of political leadership under the new General Secretary and State President, Xi Jinping, comes to power in October 2012. … Register here to enjoy the early bird discount till 7 Oct: http://www.cpacongress.com.au/hong-kong-program.html Contact us at +852 3489 9246 or [email protected] to engage Mr Eddie Wang 王浵世 or Mr Willy Lam to inspire your team and clients on concrete knowledge of doing business in China.

Rob Koepp Talks About Chinese Technology, Innovation, and Spiritualism

In previous corporate assignments, Rob served as Managing Director of Beijing-based CITIC Rising Star (an entertainment and leisure real estate development subsidiary of the CITIC Group), Operations Manager in Japan for Dresser Industries (a Global 200 energy industry capital equipment supplier and project consultancy); and Engineering and Marketing Manager in Asia for Hitachi High Technologies (a Hitachi Group company and supplier of advanced capital equipment to the global IT and healthcare industries). … He authored the book Clusters of Creativity: Enduring Lessons on Innovation and Entrepreneurship from Silicon Valley and Europe’s Silicon Fen (John Wiley, 2002), which looks at the underpinning dynamics and key mechanisms of IT and life-science clusters from a global perspective, detailing how high-tech regions and their constituent companies are financed, managed, and generate wealth.

Rebecca Fannin Talks about Tudou and Other Video Sharing Sites in China

Rebecca Fannin 范碧嘉 , author of best-seller, Silicon Dragon (McGraw-Hill, 2008) and Startup Asia (Wiley, 2011) talks about Tudou 土豆網 and other video sharing sites (Chinese YouTube equivalent) and the booming tech entrepreneurship in China. … Yes, it does exist in China, which is also an “interesting” phenomenon of the new tech companies.

Eddie Wang: China’s Domestic Banking – Myths, Truths, and Opportunities

Our China expert, veteran banker Mr Eddie Wang 王浵世, shared his insights at SCMP Classified Post Banking Luncheon: China’s Domestic Banking – Myths, Truths, and Opportunities on 30 August 2011 in Hong Kong. See the full gallery on Posterous See the full gallery on Posterous During the luncheon, Eddie talked about: Interpret the myths behind China’s banks and the […]

Rebecca Fannin: Why China Will Win the Tech Race

Rebecca Fannin 范碧嘉 , author of best-seller, Silicon Dragon (McGraw-Hill, 2008) and Startup Asia (Wiley, 2011), predicts that China will win the tech race and over-take the US very soon. Indeed, the trends are quite obvious – research firm IDC just released a report that China’s PC demand is surpassing that of the US in 2012, the penetration rate of mobile phone is high, Chinese are entrepreneurial… Watch Rebecca’s video below for her insights: sf Rebecca will be in Hong Kong / China this Nov.

Jack Perkowski Speaking at China Investment Summit in London

Jack will be speaking at the Summit, along with Jing Ulrich , head of China research at JP Morgan, James Kynge , editor of The Financial Times ’s China Confidential and author of bestseller China Shakes the World , Marc Faber , author of The Gloom Boom & Doom Report , and many, many other notable speakers. Jack Perkowski_01.jpg In advance of the Summit, below are some Q&As from Jack for the event official website. … As a category, alternative investments — ranging from direct investments by foreign corporations in Chinese joint ventures and wholly owned facilities, to investments by private equity firms in all sectors of the economy — will continue to be the best way to invest large amounts of capital in China.