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On June 14 from 8:15-14:00, AmCham Shanghai cordially invites you to the Suzhou Manufacturing Conference & Suzhou Municipal Government Appreciation Luncheon @ InterContinental Suzhou.

Dress Code: Business Formal


This conference will focus on supply chain management strategy in the context of a slowing economy and strained US-Chinatrade relations. The conference will help you understand changes in the business environment, evaluate priorities and investment direction to maintain competitiveness, and drive profitability in an increasingly complex and interconnected Chinese market.


9:00-9:20 Opening Keynote: Economy Review & Outlook

The session will focus on challenges to China's economic model and provide an insightful summary of the 2018 and 2019 economic situation and its impact on businesses in 2019 and beyond.

  • Opening Keynote: Mary Boyd, director, Shanghai corporate network, The Economist


9:20-10:15 Panel 1: US-China Relation Review & Outlook

This panel focuses on the state of US-China economic relations. It will cover the results of negotiations, analysis of the outcomes, and provide an outlook for the China business environment following the negotiations. The program will provide both US and China perspectives, from policy and business angles.

Moderator

  • Kenneth Jarrett, Senior Advisor Albright Stonebridge Group

Panelists

  • Mary Boyd, Director, Shanghai Corporate Network, The Economist
  • Han Shen Lin, Deputy General Manager, Senior Vice President, Wells Fargo, N.A. Shanghai Branch
  • Zhexin Zhang, PhD, Research Fellow, Shanghai Institutes for International Studies


10:35-10:55 Keynote 2: Supply Chain Strategy Review

A consulting firm will provide a perspective on how different industries view the Chinese market and how they adapt their investment strategies accordingly.

  • Keynote: Kent Kedl, Senior Partner, Greater China and North Asia, Control Risks


10:55-11:50 Panel 2: Supply Chain Management

Strategies for structuring and positioning supply chains to best support business operations, profit margins and competitiveness.

Moderator

  • Kent Kedl, Senior Partner, Greater China and North Asia, Control Risks

Panelists

  • Strom Kong, General Manager, Anaren Communication (Suzhou) Co., Ltd
  • Lola Li, Asia Pacific logistics director, TE Connectivity
  • Liren Xu, Vice President Supply Chain, Stanley Black & Decker Asia


12:00-14:00 Luncheon: 25-30 Government officials from

  • Suzhou City Mayor/Vice Mayor
  • Suzhou City bureaus related with business operations
  • U.S. Consul General

Speakers

  • Mary Boyd (Network Director of The Economist, Shanghai)

    Mary Boyd

    Network Director of The Economist, Shanghai

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  • Kenneth Jarrett (Senior Advisor at Albright Stonebridge Group)

    Kenneth Jarrett

    Senior Advisor at Albright Stonebridge Group

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  • Han Shen Lin (Deputy General Manager at Wells Fargo, N.A. Shanghai Branch)

    Han Shen Lin

    Deputy General Manager at Wells Fargo, N.A. Shanghai Branch

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  • Zhexin Zhang (PhD, research fellow at Shanghai Institutes for International Studies)

    Zhexin Zhang

    PhD, research fellow at Shanghai Institutes for International Studies

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  • Kent Kedl (Senior Partner at Control Risks Greater China and North Asia region)

    Kent Kedl

    Senior Partner at Control Risks Greater China and North Asia region

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  • Strom Kong (General Manager at Anaren Communication (Suzhou) Co., Ltd.)

    Strom Kong

    General Manager at Anaren Communication (Suzhou) Co., Ltd.

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  • Lola Li (Logistics Director of TE Connectivity Asia Pacific Region)

    Lola Li

    Logistics Director of TE Connectivity Asia Pacific Region

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  • Liren Xu (VP, Supply Chain at Stanley Black and Decker)

    Liren Xu

    VP, Supply Chain at Stanley Black and Decker

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Tickets

Member or Member Company Employee (Single Ticket)
RMB 1,100
Group Ticket @ 2 (2 Guests from Member Company)

RMB 1,650 (early bird)/ RMB 2,000 for 2 guests from member company

Only click 1 when you choose this group ticket. Each company can buy no more than 3 tickets.

RMB 2,000
Group Ticket @ 3 (3 Guests from Member Company)

RMB 2,350 (early bird)/ RMB 2,800 for 3 guests from member company

Only click 1 when you choose this group ticket. Each company can buy no more than 3 tickets.

RMB 2,800
Non-Member
RMB 1,500
AmCham Free Ticket
Free

Cancellation Policies

  • Cancellations made before 5:00 p.m. on Monday, June 3, 2019 will receive a 100% refund.
  • Cancellations made after 5:00 p.m. on Monday, June 3, 2019 will not be eligible for any refund.
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