China Round Table:
Opportunity and Challenges of China’s Water Industry

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CINCINNATI, Ohio, USA20 May 21, 2015 – The Greater Cincinnati Chinese Chamber of Commerce (“Greater Cincinnati China-US Chamber”) hosts China Round Table: Opportunity and Challenges of China’s Water Industry.

This event is moderated by John Robinson, Principal Consultant of Cornerstone China Advisor and publisher of Mandarin Environment – a newly formed medial brand designed to connect Chinese investors to North American clean-tech opportunities. Microbial Robotics Director of MicrobialBots and GeRM™, Dr. Shengchang Su, joins Melinda Kruyer, CEO of Confluence, and John Mangan, Trustee of Mill Creek Watershed Council of Communities, as panelist to lead the discussion for attending members of the Chinese Chamber.

On April, 16, 2015, China announced action plan for water pollution prevention and control. The plan contains “10 measures for water” and follows the air pollution campaign that began in 2013. The 10 measures for water according to the Chinese State Council website include:

  1. Control and reduce discharge from industries, urban areas, agriculture, rural, shipping ports.
  2. Upgrading to recycle industrial water, reclaimed water, and seawater.
  3. Conservation and protection of water resources (by strict management system).
  4. Improving scientific and technical support; strengthening fundamental science.
  5. Increase market efficiency and price reform.
  6. Strict enforcement and severe punishment.
  7. Authorized discharge under strict management.
  8. Safety and strengthening protection of water bodies.
  9. More responsibility in local governments with central inspections.
  10. Improve public participation and community supervision (including public listing of performance).

The Greater Cincinnati China-US Chamber believes U.S. based companies and research institutions from the Greater Cincinnati region stand ready to assist with China’s water remediation efforts. This round table discussion is meant to spark community involvement in bridging an open dialogue and collaboration on solving the world’s most pressing water problems with efficiency and effective solutions developed by the Greater Cincinnati regional’s best intellectual and business minds.

For more information please contact coordinator[at]china-midwest.com.

Young Professional Networking Night

Network with professionals from the European American Chamber, Greater Cincinnati Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Hispanic Chamber!

When:

Thursday, March 26th from 6:00 – 8:00PM

Where:

Lindner College Hall 690
Carl H. Lindner College of Business
University of Cincinnati
2925 Campus Green Dr.
Cincinnati, OH 45221

Registration:

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040d48a9ab29a20-young

NOTE:

Appetizers and drinks (non-alcoholic) will served and prizes will be given. Business Casual Attire Required.

The Franchise & Own Your Own Business Expo

The Franchise & Own Your Own Business Show is pleased to announce that Mark Mallory has signed on to become the spokesperson and face of this event. As former Mayor of Cincinnati, Mr. Mallory recognizes the significance of the Franchise community and the important role small business plays in the local economy.
This event provides an opportunity for business seekers and those looking to grow an existing business, to gain valuable knowledge, insight and guidance. The event offers a first-class educational seminar series featuring Professional Business Coaches, Franchise Industry Experts and Entrepreneurial Mentors. Visiting attendees can learn what it takes to be successful at starting, building or growing a business. This exciting 2 day event provides a platform to speak directly with representatives from the hottest franchises as well as industry experts. This event a must attend for anyone considering owning a small business or looking to grow their already established business.
People consider buying into a franchise system for many reasons including support, security and proven success rates. The economic impact of the Franchise industry is substantial. Franchising has a direct impact on local economies as 95% of franchises are still in business after 5 years. Buying a franchise more than doubles a person’s chance to survive as a business owner. Franchisees leverage the training and marketing support from their parent companies to become a profitable business.
2015 Cincinnati Franchise Show Details
When: Saturday, Mar 28, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday, Mar 29, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Where: Duke Energy Center, 525 Elm Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202

For more information on the show, click here.

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