SwedCham China, BenCham and FBCS invites you to an interesting breakfast seminar on The Belt and Road Initiative - also referred to as the new Silk Road.
China's aim for this development strategy is to connect and enhance cooperation between the Asian, European and African continents, but the initiative is open to all countries. The initiative promotes economic development, efficient resource allocation and integrating markets with enhanced connectivity. During the past years the main focus areas have been infrastructure investment, construction materials, railway and highway, automobile, real estate, power grid, and iron and steel.
Come and learn more about how two different companies Alibaba and Greencarrier have recognized the Belt and Road Initiative in their business strategies.
Price includes breakfast Member: RMB 150 Non member: RMB 300
Nick Graversen is working as trade lane manager for Greencarrier Greater China, where he’s monitoring and developing the trade lanes to/from UK, DK, FI, and the Baltic region - by sea, air, and rail. Nick has over 4 years experience from the logistic sector in Europe and China, which has provided him with significant insight to the opportunities and challenges embodied in the different markets.
Principal Consultant at The Economist
Conor Griffin is the lead representative for The Economist Intelligence Unit’s Consulting team in the North Asia region. In this role, he is responsible for designing, implementing and delivering large-scale bespoke research studies. These include in-depth policy analysis studies, briefing notes, benchmarking assessments and impact assessment studies. His areas of specialisation include economic policy, trade policy, and social and education policy.
Deputy Director at Alibaba Group
Lin Luo is currently working as the Deputy Director of International Government and Public Affairs of Alibaba Group, coordinating the internal teams to develop business overseas with international governments and organizations. Before that, Lin had worked in China central government for more than 10 years. She is an expertise in policy making, framework design, programming and planning of UN organizations related projects in China including UNDP and UNIDO, etc.