China 2050. Practical issues with doing Business in China (Geopolitical Lectures Series)

Category: Alumni Events
WHEN?
10 September 2020
TIME?
18.30 - 22.30
WHERE?
Campus Brussels
LANGUAGE
English

China is becoming the first economy in the world. How does it evolve and what can we expect? A testimony by Guy Verrue, who was frequently present in China for more than 15 years. Getting things done: from setting up plants and getting things running, to doing business on the local market.

PROGRAMME

6.30 PM: Welcome
7.00 PM: Start of the session
9.00 PM: Networking

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Guy Verrue has a degree in Mechanical Engineering (R.U.Ghent 1976) and his MBA at PUB Vlerick School (1977). At present he is an Independent Consultant, acting as Dir. Gen. Eufca. (European Floor Covering Association) - European Director Brenva Institute. Before he was working for the Beaulieu International Group (1997 – 2017) as Director External Affairs; VP Asia – CTO; General Manager Divisions. He was also active at Crown Corck & Seal (Carnaud Metalbox) (1985 – 1997) as European Technical Director Specialty Packaging.  

 

GEOPOLITICAL LECTURES SERIES
This event is part of our Geopolitical Lectures Series. Discover the full programme of this series here.

 

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