Critical Areas for China Business Success in 2021 and Beyond – Webinar
Any company interested in growth cannot afford to ignore China. China was the only major economy to grow in 2020, and macroeconomists project China to contribute approximately a third of global growth over the next five years, an amount equal to the growth contributed by the USA, Europe, and Japan combined.
However, the US-China trade dispute and the Covid-19 pandemic have disrupted business in China and worldwide. These “Black Swan” events have also highlighted the need for companies to review their businesses to reduce risk, improve efficiency, and expand their products and markets. Whether China is a market or a source, risks and opportunities need to be evaluated.
PRI USA and LehmanBrown International Accountants are holding a webinar to discuss “What Mid-Sized Companies Must Do Now to Thrive in the World’s Largest Growth Market” on June 10th 2021, 10:30 US EDT (15:30BST, 16:30 CET, 22:30 CST). Experts from both companies will discuss three key areas for the future:
- How to Re-Align Strategy to a “New Normal”
- Steps for expanding your sales, and your share of the Chinese market
- Procedures to analyse and effectively improve your supply chain
- How to Optimize Business Structure for Growth Opportunities
- Review your business restructuring options
- Develop your team and hone HR strategies to maximise returns
- Discover the benefits of adding engineering and design capabilities in China
- How to Achieve Lean Financing
- Unearth the methods for reducing funds stuck in China
- Wade through financing solutions and effective planning
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About the Speakers:
Dwight Nordstrom has served since 1990 as Chairman (initially President) of PRI USA, a manufacturing-holding company with more than 25 equity investments in China. PRI’s consulting division, with offices in Beijing, Shanghai and the Pearl River Delta, helps US, European, and other companies thrive in China with hands-on operations solutions in manufacturing, engineering, sourcing, supply chain, sales and HR recruitment.
Dwight has been General Manager of 8 factories/businesses in China, has served on 15+ boards of directors, and been an executive coach for many China Country Managers.
Russell Brown OBE is the founder and Managing Partner of LehmanBrown International Accountants, a China-focused accounting, taxation and business advisory firm with operations in Beijing, Hong Kong and five other offices across China employing around 200 professionals.
Russell has lived in China for over 27 years. Prior to founding LehmanBrown, Russell was Global CFO of one of the world’s largest public relations and communications consulting companies and before this was their Asia Pacific Regional CFO. He was Chairman of the British Chamber of Commerce in China and currently is a board director and treasurer of the British Chamber and the Australian Chamber of Commerce in China.