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Since China's economic boom in the late 1990s, thousands of African traders and business-people have migrated to the southern city of Guangzhou. The Chinese metropolis is now home to a vibrant African community, with "African streets" emerging in its center.
In the second part of Guangzhou's 'Little Africa' series, CCTV's Wu Lei notes that thousands of African traders and business-people have migrated to the southern Chinese city, since the country's economic boom in the late 1990s. The Chinese metropolis is now home to a vibrant African community, with "African streets" emerging.
Explore! http://business.curtin.edu.au/abccription The Asia Business Centre (ABC) at Curtin Business School serves to strengthen and leverage Asia capabilities and stakeholder engagement to advance industry connection, research collaboration and business impact. The ABC is built around the conviction that Curtin University’s diverse and high quality research expertise, executive education capability, organisational structures and strong track record of industry and community engagement, will make the centre a leading business-oriented research and executive education centre, and a recognised thought leader in Australia.
A short video explaining the qualities of Southeast Asia that make it an attractive place for doing business.
The Asian Financial Forum (AFF) brings together influential members of the global financial and business community to discuss developments and trends in the dynamic markets of Asia. Join us on 16 – 17 January 2017 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre to hear from distinguished voices in government, finance and business sharing their insights on “Asia: Driving Change, Innovation and Connectivity”. For more details on the Asian Financial Forum, visit: http://www.asianfinancialforum.com
http://opentoexport.com/info/emerging-markets/ Emerging Markets | Focus on emerging Southeast Asia Speakers: Wai-Kit Ho, British Business Group Vietnam; Helen Etheridge, UK Asian Business Council; Amita Krishna, British Malaysian Chamber of Commerce Find out about the opportunities, key considerations and in market support available to grow your business in Asian markets such as Malaysia, Indonesia & Vietnam. Webinar series: Emerging Markets Watch the other webinars in this series here http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWi8jSryVtUFoO9P-JNYcieKkSalXihIJ The Key takeaways are: 1. Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and UK-ASEAN Business Council (UKABC) focus on stimulating an economic pipeline between British business and southeast Asia. They are useful resources you sh...
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade was recently invited by the Export Council of Australia to take part in a briefing to the Victorian business community on 'Doing Business in South-East Asia'. Free Trade Agreement (FTA) Special Negotiator, Mr Michael Mugliston, overviewed Australia's existing and prospective FTAs, and the benefits they offer Australian businesses.
EU Gateway | Business Avenues missions to Asia always begin with customised coaching in Europe: sector experts, market insights and a dedicated team will support your company in planning the best strategy to enter Korea, South East Asia, China and soon Japan.
Mr. Ben Lai, President of Greater Asia Business Federation explains who should join the GABF and why their membership will be beneficial. With the GABF is to understand the two different cultures. Our goal is help the Economic Growth of the Asian community, and the United States. To also help Unite the 14 countries together. GABF is the solution to the 2008 economic crisis that we had in the United States. Most importantly this will create jobs for both Asia, and the United States. Varied businesses displayed their work from booths that included manufacturers, jewelry makers, insurance brokers, sustainable growth companies and more. For More Information Please Visit: www.GABF.us www.ChinaUSBA.com
Visit http://www.davidcliveprice.com for a Free Strategy Consultation. In the Land of Smiles of Thailand, always have a 'cool heart' (as the Thais say) in negotiations and business deals. Be ready to interpret the smiles and read the body language for real intentions and decisions. Presented by David Clive Price, intercultural business expert and bestselling author. David offers training courses, mentoring, consultancy and keynote speaking services to executives, entrepreneurs and corporations who trade with Asian companies and do business in international markets.
To learn more about Community Business, visit: http://www.communitybusiness.org To coincide with International Women's Day on 8 March 2012, Community Business and The Women's Foundation partnered to organise the first Women on Boards Week, a series of activities designed to promote understanding and discussion around the representation of women on boards. The Women on Boards Executive Forum, held on 9 March 2012, was the culmination of a week of discussion and dialogue. Prior to the Execuitve Forum, Community Business sat down with Jan De Silva, Dean of Ivey Asia, for some insights into the issue of gender diversity on corporate boards. Here is the CB Quick Chat Interview.
Smart Community Summit 2017_Panel Discussion Panelist: Mr. Shigeru Suehiro (The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan), Mr. Hiroya Ono (NEDO), Mr. Masao Nakamura (Fuji Electric CO., LTD.), Mr. Kenji Otani (Fukushima Renewable Energy Institute, AIST) Moderator: Mr. Kazuhiko Akashi (NEDO)
Asia Responsible Entrepreneurship Awards 2011 South East Asia, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. ASIA RESPONSIBLE ENTREPRENEURSHIP AWARDS (AREA) The Asia Responsible Entrepreneurship Awards program (AREA) recognizes and honors asian businesses for championing sustainable and responsible entrepreneurship in the following categories: Green Leadership, Investment in People, Corporate Governance, Health Promotion, Social Empowerment, SME CSR and Responsible Business Leadership. These programs demonstrate the participants' leadership, sincerity and on-going commitment in incorporating responsible and ethical values, legal compliance, respect for people and individuals, involvement in communities and protection of the environment into the way they run their businesses. There is no limit to the num...