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Speakers for your Conference on China Business

Planning your conference on China Business related topics and looking for inspiring China Business Speakers for your event? Contact us at China Speakers Agency for speaker recommendations. Below are a few examples: Dr Andy Xie – renowned Chinese economist Dr Geoff Raby – Former Australian Ambassador to China Ian Johnson – Pulitzer Prize-winning author, China […]

Keynote Speakers for your China Conference

Looking for speakers for your upcoming conference in China? We have great suggestions for China conference speakers for you: Dr Andy Xie – renowned Chinese economist Shaun Rein – The End of Cheap China Willy Lam – China Politics & Foreign Policy Expert Jack Perkowski – Mr. China Peggy Liu– China Dream Dan Steinbock – […]

China Business Conference Speakers

Looking for speakers for your upcoming conference in China? We have great suggestions for China business conference speakers for you: Dr Andy Xie – renowned Chinese economist Peggy Liu– China Dream Robyn Meredith– Asia analyst Frank-Jürgen Richter – Globalization & Emerging Countries Ann Lee – frequent media commentator on economic issues Dr Geoff Raby – […]

China Business Keynote Speakers

Planning your conference on China Business related topics and looking for inspiring China Business Keynote Speakers for your event? We are here for you. These are some of our speaker recommendations for your China conference… Dr Andy Xie – renowned Chinese economist Dr Geoff Raby – Former Australian Ambassador to China Ian Johnson – Pulitzer […]

Speakers for your Conference in Asia

Are you planning an event or a conference, and looking for a speaker, but don’t want to do the research, contact the potential speakers or make the arrangements yourself? Let us make it easy for you! We serve as your hub for finding the speaker(s) that will best fit your event needs. Our service is […]

Keynote Speakers on China Business

Planning your conference on China Business related topics and looking for inspiring Keynote Speakers on China Business for your event? We are here for you. These are some of our speaker recommendations for your China conference… Dr Andy Xie – renowned Chinese economist Dr Geoff Raby – Former Australian Ambassador to China Ian Johnson – Pulitzer […]

Anil Gupta and Haiyan Wang Publish New Book: The Silk Road Rediscovered

Anil Gupta and Haiyan Wang have just published their new book: “The Silk Road Rediscovered: How Indian and Chinese Companies Are Becoming Globally Stronger by Winning in Each Others Markets” It is a roadmap for understanding the business challenges and opportunities in China. By 2025, China and India will be two of the world’s four […]

Taxand China Conference Video Highlights. Morry Morgan and Andy Xie Did a Great Job!

We are so proud to have supported the Taxand China Conference in Shanghai in May. Morry Morgan gained fantastic feedback for coaching the conference speakers and Andy Xie inspired the audience on the outlook of the global economy and tax environment. Morry Morgan Australian born Morry Morgan moved to Shanghai in 2001, and has been […]

Anil Gupta and Haiyan Wang on Getting China and India Right

Anil Gupta and Haiyan Wang, co-authors of “Getting China and India Right”, talk about their book… Anil Gupta Dr. Anil Gupta is widely regarded as one of the world’s leading experts on strategy and globalisation. He is currently the Professor of Strategy and Organization as well as Research Director at the Center for International Business […]

Speakers for your China Conference

Planning your conference on China related topics and looking for inspiring speakers for your event? We are here for you. These are some of our speaker recommendations for your China conference… Dr Andy Xie – renowned Chinese economist Dr Geoff Raby – Former Australian Ambassador to China Ian Johnson – Pulitzer Prize-winning author, China Expert […]

Peggy Liu on China’s Pollution @TED 2014

“Pollution crosses borders. China’s problem is everyone’s problem,” says Peggy Liu at TED 2014. Liu says that China actually has six advantages that could help it become a green economy faster than any other in the world. China has centralized control. This means that the nation can make large-scale infrastructure changes quickly. For example, China created […]

Helen Wang in China in May 2014!

We are excited to have Helen Wang in China in May 2014! Seize this chance to have her as a speaker at your future event! Helen Wang Helen H. Wang is an award-winning author, consultant, and expert on China’s middle class. Originally from China, Wang has lived in the U. S. for over twenty years. […]

Infographic: The Growing Middle Class in China

The rise of the middle class in China has a huge impact on China’s economy and you can see it in the infographic below… Want to understand more? Our China experts have great insights to share… Helen Wang – Award-winning Author and Expert of China’s Middle Class Andy Xie – Renowned Chinese Economist Ann Lee […]

Prof Anil Gupta: The Future Role of China in the Global Economy

Prof Anil Gupta discusses the future role of China in the global economy in a CCTV panel discussion, with Phillip Yin, moderator, and Saruhan Hatipoglu, CEO of Beri Consulting… Anil Gupta Dr. Anil Gupta is widely regarded as one of the world’s leading experts on strategy and globalisation. He is currently the Professor of Strategy and […]

Helen Wang: Chinese Business – The Barbie Case Study

Doing business in China is never easy. China business speaker Helen Wang shares for Forbes what Mattel has learnt after its embarrassing closure of its flagship store, the House of Barbie, in Shanghai two years ago. Appealing to the “tiger mums” and also getting the pricing right are crucial. See Helen’s insights below… Its newly […]

Joe Zhang: China’s Coming Wave of Privatization

Joe Zhang, China banking expert, shared his insights on China’s coming wave of privatization in his recent article for The New York Times. Some estimates put local government debts at more than 12 trillion yuan ($2 trillion) as of the end of 2012. That’s equivalent to about 25 percent of China’s 2012 G.D.P. Some economists […]