The DCCC together with SwedCham and Finnish Business Council are proud to invite our member representatives and friends to an exclusive talk in Chinese given by CEO of Velux China, Mr. Zhao Jinyan, where he will share his story of advancing from entry level to CEO during his 20 years in Velux. He will also talk about overcoming barriers between Scandinavian culture and the Chinese local team, and how Velux has survived in the Chinese market with one single product.
Mr. Zhao Jinyan is the legal representative and executive president of Velux (China) Limited. He is also the initiator of the ‘ACTIVE HOUSE Academic Committee’ in the organization ‘Architectural Society of China’, and he is the vice chairman of ‘China Near Zero Energy Building Technology Alliance’. Besides having many years of experience in the field of Chinese building energy efficiency, he also actively promotes the development of environmental protection, energy efficiency as well as healthy and comfortable business in China.
Event details: Time: Tuesday, December 12, 18.30-20.30 Venue: Four Seasons Beijing, 48 Liang Ma Qiao Road Chaoyang District, Beijing Price: 200 RMB for members and 350 RMB for non-members Language: Chinese
Legal Representative and Executive President в Velux
Mr. Zhao has worked for Velux China for more than 20 years in many different positions. Among these positions are Exhibition Manager, Customer Service Manager, Area Sales Manager, Technology Manager, Market Development Director and now Executive President. In these positions he has accumulated solid experience within leadership development, business creativity, organizational development in Velux and much more
A special thanks to our Dragon Partners for supporting the Swedish business community in China.
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