China Town Hall with Fareed Zakaria

Join us for an important China Town Hall with Fareed Zakaria, with special guest moderator Kenneth Jarrett, former president of AmCham Shanghai.

福利|议事厅:特邀CNN著名记者、时事评论家、节目主持人、作家法里德扎卡利亚与会员线上交流

October 19, China Town Hall Agenda:

  • 6:45pm-7:00pm EDT, Pre-event warm up and networking
  • 7:00pm-8:00pm EDT, China Town Hall by Fareed Zakaria
  • 8:00pm-9:00pm EDT, China Business Briefing by Kenneth Jarrett, Q&A

Kenneth Jarrett is a Senior Advisor at ASG, where he draws on decades of business and diplomatic experience in China and across East Asia to provide perspective and advice to businesses, investors, and other organizations with interest in the region.

Most recently, Mr. Jarrett spent five years as President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai. Under his leadership, the Chamber helped hundreds of companies establish and grow their networks in China and navigate operational and regulatory challenges.

Previously, Mr. Jarrett was a distinguished diplomat whose positions included service as Consul General in Shanghai, and as Deputy Consul General in Hong Kong. His 26-year foreign service career also included postings in Beijing, Chengdu, and Singapore. His government roles in Washington, D.C, included serving as Director of Asian Affairs at the White House National Security Council. Following his government service, Mr. Jarrett served as Chairman of Greater China for APCO Worldwide.

Mr. Jarrett is a frequent commentator on the business environment in China, and he has been quoted in outlets including Bloomberg, the Economist, the Financial Times, the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal, among others.

He is the recipient of the Magnolia Award (Silver) from the Shanghai government and is a member of the National Committee for U.S.-China Relations.

Mr. Jarrett earned an M.A. in East Asian Studies from Yale University and an M.A. in National Security Studies from the National War College. He received a B.A. in History from Cornell University. He speaks Mandarin Chinese.

He is based in Shanghai, China.

About ASG: Albright Stonebridge Group (ASG) is the premier global strategy and commercial diplomacy firm that helps clients understand and successfully navigate the intersection of public, private, and social sectors in international markets. ASG’s worldwide team has served clients in more than 120 countries. Learn more at www.albrightstonebridge.com.

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商会即将举办中国议事厅,由著名时事评论家、CNN国际时事栏目制片人兼主持人主持。还有特邀嘉宾上海美商会资深专家为商会会员做解答并互动。敬请留意后续公告登记注册免费参加讨论互动。

法里德·扎卡利亚是美国著名印度裔记者、时事评论家和作家,他现在是《时代杂志》主编、CNN人气时事评论节目《法里德·扎卡利亚的环球公共广场》的制片人及主持人。他的节目和文章,多以分析和评论世界各国的经济、政治局势而闻名。
此次线上议事厅活动得到了上海美商会的大力支持。奥尔布赖特石桥集团高级顾问Kenneth Jerret(李瑞达)将在线上为会员做解答国际局势对中美经贸关系的影响与走向,并与会员就议事厅主题进行互动交流。

奥尔布赖特石桥集团顾名思义就是美国前国务卿奥尔布赖特成立的顾问公司。该公司为跨国公司、金融机构、行业协会和非营利组织提供咨询服务。助理秘书长由前美国国务卿马德琳·奥尔布赖特担任主席。助理秘书长由180名国家和部门专家组成,其中包括20多名前大使和部长。

该公司的高级战略顾问包括西班牙前外交部长安娜·帕拉西奥、德国前外交部长约施卡·费舍尔和葡萄牙前外交部长兼共和国议会议长贾梅·伽马。
该公司的高级顾问包括瑞典前财政部长P r Nuder,克林顿总统领导下的前环境保护局局长Carol Browner;海外私人投资公司前总裁兼首席执行官Elizabeth Littlefield。
ASG隶属于2005年成立的新兴市场投资公司奥尔布赖特资本管理公司(AlbritCapitalManagement)。
Kenneth Jarrett是ASG的高级顾问,他在那里借鉴了中国和整个东亚数十年的商业和外交经验,为在该地区感兴趣的企业、投资者和其他组织提供观点和建议。
早前,李瑞达先生在上海担任上海美商会主席五年。在他的领导下,商会帮助数百家公司在中国建立和发展网络,并应对运营和监管方面的挑战。
李瑞达先生以前是一位杰出的外交官,其职务包括担任驻上海总领事和驻香港副总领事。他26年的外交生涯还包括在北京、成都和新加坡的工作.他在华盛顿特区的政府职务包括担任白宫国家安全委员会的亚洲事务主任。在政府服务之后,Jarrett先生担任了APCO全球公司的大中华区主席。
李瑞达经常评论中国的商业环境,在彭博、“经济学人”、“金融时报”、“洛杉矶时报”、“纽约时报”和“华尔街日报”等媒体上都引用过他的话。
他是上海政府颁发的木兰奖(银奖)的获得者,也是美中关系全国委员会的成员。
Jarrett先生在耶鲁大学获得东亚研究硕士学位,在国家战争学院获得国家安全研究硕士学位。他在康奈尔大学获得历史学学士学位。他会说普通话。他目前居住在中国上海。

本次活动会员免费参加。请留意商会公告或联系商会负责人。

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Intercultural Workshop Series #4: The Silk Road

Series #4: The Silk Road

Tuesday, June 29, 2021 from 9:00 AM to 9:40 AM EDT

The Silk Road was initiated and globalized by Chinese exploration and conquests in Central Asia. The Silk Road was and is a network of trade routes connecting the East and West, and was central to the economic, cultural, political, and religious interactions between these regions from the 2nd century BCE to the 18th century. The Silk Road primarily refers to the land but also sea routes connecting East Asia and Southeast Asia with South Asia, Persia, the Arabian Peninsula, East Africa and Southern Europe. The Silk Road trade played a significant role in the development of the civilizations of China, Korea, Japan, the Indian subcontinent, Iran, Europe, the Horn of Africa and Arabia, opening long-distance political and economic relations between these civilizations. Though silk was the major trade item exported from China, many other goods and ideas were exchanged, including religions (especially Buddhism), syncretic philosophies, sciences, and technologies like paper and gunpowder. So in addition to economic trade, the Silk Road was a route for cultural trade among the civilizations along its network.

Join us on June 29, 9 AM EDT for a discussion of how the Silk Road was formed and the impact on the world’s economy and politics.

LES Pittsburgh Chapter Event – Special Events: China

LES Pittsburgh Chapter Event – Special Events: China

Western Perspective to Deal Making in China – Stories and Lessons & Chinese Business Culture and Getting Deals Done

Date/Time:

March 24, 2020
12:00-2:00 p.m.

Location:

Eddie Merlot’s Restaurant
Four Gateway Center
444 Liberty Ave #100
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Program:

The event is open to all. The event will feature a lunch followed by two panel discussions.
1.5 credits of Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education are available.

Connect with Pittsburgh corporate, academic, legal, technical and business professionals for a Special Focus Event on China hosted by the Pittsburgh chapter of LES (the Licensing Executives Society) from noon to 2 pm on Tuesday, March 24, 2020, at Eddie Merlot’s Restaurant downtown.

The Pittsburgh LES chapter provides a forum for networking and exchange of information on all aspects of business dealmaking, such as licensing, intellectual property, valuation, diligence and negotiation to benefit the Pittsburgh business community.

This Special Event starts at noon with networking and lunch, followed at 12:30 pm by two panel discussions led by John Carney, Managing Director of China IPExchange, formerly Director of Licensing for Aptiv PLC/Delphi Automotive Systems, LLC.

The first 45 minute panel discussion will focus on “Western Perspective to Deal Making in China – Stories and Lessons”.

The second 45 minute panel discussion will focus on: “Chinese Business Culture and Getting Deals Done”.

Moderator:

John Carney, Managing Director of China IPExchange, formerly Director of Licensing for Aptiv PLC/Delphi Automotive Systems, LLC.

Featured panelists include:

David Schramm, Esq., Head of Patents and Licensing for Bayer Medical Care
Andrew Siminerio, Esq., Senior Counsel for Vitro Flat Glass LLC and PPG Industries, Inc.
Sunny Yang, Esq., PorterWright
Susan Chang, Ph.D. Technical Manager at TASI, Inc.
Tao He, Chinese Culture Diversity and Inclusion Speaker for the MidWest US Chinese Chamber of Commerce.

Registration:

LES Member (no CLE): $30
LES Member (with PA CLE): $45
Non-member (no CLE): $50
Non-member (PA CLE): $65

LES/LESI is a leading worldwide non-profit organization of 10,000+ business, intellectual property, and technology professionals providing networking and educational opportunities. The Pittsburgh chapter’s web page can be found at: https://www.lesusacanada.org/group/PITT

We will hold quarterly events on topics of interest to the Pittsburgh business community.

Please forward this email to anyone who might be interested in attending our events or joining LES.

If you have any questions, please contact us:

Dean Alderucci, Director of Research, Center for AI and Patent Analysis, Carnegie Mellon University and LES Member, alderucci@cmu.edu

Aditya Gottumukkala, Intellectual Asset Manager/Strategist, PPG Industries, Inc. and LES Member aditya@ppg.com

Ann Cannoni, Esq., Partner, The Webb Law Firm and LES Board Member acannoni@webblaw.com

The Economic Impacts of the US- China Phase One Trade Deal

A panel discussion and luncheon hosted by:
Midwest USA Chinese Chamber of Commerce / Cincinnati Economics Organization

When: Wednesday, March 11th, 11:45 AM – 1:00 PM

Where:Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber Learning Center, 3 East 4th Street, Cincinnati, OH

Cost: $20 per person, includes buffet lunch from Blue Gibbon Chinese Restaurant

Registration: https://phaseonetradedeal.eventbrite.com

Introductory Speaker:Tyler Shields, U.S. Department of Commerce

Tyler Shields is the Director of the China and Mongolia office in the International Trade Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce. In this capacity, he helps

Panelists:

Kevin Kahn. Kevin is a local entrepreneur and business owner and in the international business world for over 25 years. His company, K2 Industrial Controls International supports manufacturing jobs in the USA by exporting Made in USA industrial valves, pumps and fitting products, primarily into China.

Marvin H. Cunningham III. Since 2004, Mr. Cunningham has served as a member of the Long-Stanton Manufacturing Executive Team. Through various positions at Long-Stanton Asia, Mr. Cunningham has developed extensive knowledge and experience in all facets of Chinese business management and operation within the manufacturing industry.

Steve Albert. Steve Albert is East West Path’s Managing Director. In 2016, he found the company to provide Chinese clients an alternative to the EB-5 investor visa. He was recently appointed to the Board of Directors for the Greater Cincinnati Chinese Chamber of Commerce.

Chanhee Han. Chanhee is an international trade attorney at Frost Brown Todd LLC. As a core member of the firm’s International Services Group, Chanhee has extensive experience helping companies with mitigating the impact of recently imposed tariff increases through tariff classification, tariff engineering, first sale, and other methods.

We are grateful to UC’s Kautz-Uible Economics Institute for their sponsorship of this event.

Small Business Compliance Workshop

Friday, October 25, 2019  •  2:00 – 5:00PM
HCDC  (Hamilton County Dev. Center)
1776 Mentor Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45212  

Join representatives from Hamilton County for active group discussions of business regulations and compliance issues as well as value-added business resources and opportunities.

County Officials will discuss topics relating to mandatory business permits and compliance, business development opportunities, and available resources for small businesses. Learn about economic development opportunities through HCDC, Inc.- Hamilton County’s Economic Development Office.

Presenters include county officials concerned with economic development and small business compliance issues in public health (for example restaurant sanitation inspections etc.), public safety (i.e. police officers dealing with human trafficking), occupational health, first-responders (fire dept. emergency, etc.), visitors and tourism, etc. On site interpretation will be provided to ensure full understanding of the content being presented.

  1. Brief introduction of the department missions and functions.
  2. Top three most commonly seen issues with compliance.
  3. Resources to help minority owned small businesses to stay compliant.