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Relationships: drivers of business success in and with China

Joan Turley

Wednesday 19 October 2011, 5.45-7.45pm

Room S-2.18 (The Arthur and Paula Lucas Lecture Theatre), Strand Building

King’s College London (Strand Campus), Strand, London WC2R 2LS

 Joan Turley will talk from her experience of business success in and with China. This will be followed by an opportunity for your questions and discussion.

This event is presented by The King’s China Institute in partnership with Maudsley International and SACU.

About the speaker


Joan Turley is author of Connecting with China: Business Success through Mutual Benefit and Respect, and member of SACU (Society for Anglo-Chinese Understanding). She gave evidence this year to the Parliamentary Select Committee on Business, Innovation and Skills. The Committee was investigating “Rebalancing the Economy: Trade and Investment” and is looking at how to secure more business from China. Joan says: “We are passionate about building your skills for engagement and success with the new China, its changing demographics and consumer preferences. By teaching you how to signal respect and mutual benefit, we ensure your business place in China’s preferred success model today and tomorrow.”

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