America First and the China Dream: Navigating an Era of Rising Nationalism

With rising national sentiment in both the US and China, companies are looking at possible implications for their business in China. Rising nationalism and trade tensions could expose U.S.-headquartered multinationals to brand and reputational scrutiny and have the potential to impact business in China. How should businesses navigate these dynamics?  To what extent should companies be preparing? And how should MNCs be engaging governments — and other stakeholders — in the U.S. and China?

Please join us for a lunch briefing with Mr. James W. Robinson, managing director of APCO Worldwide's Shanghai office, who will discuss how companies should be considering their positions against a backdrop of rising nationalism both in the US and China.  Mr. Robinson counsels and supports corporate, nonprofit and government clients on communications, government relations, corporate affairs and sustainability issues.

Agenda

11:45 am: Registration

12:15 pm: Introduction by USCBC

12:20 pm: Presentation

1:0 0pm: Moderated Q&A

1:30 pm: Program close

This event is for members and invited guests of USCBC only. Registration is required.

With rising nationalist sentiment in both the US and China, companies are looking at possible implications for their business in China. Rising nationalism and trade tensions could expose U.S.-headquartered multinationals to brand and reputational scrutiny and have the potential to impact business in China. How should businesses navigate these dynamics?  To what extent should companies be preparing? And how should MNCs be engaging governments — and other stakeholders — in the U.S. and China?

The US-China Business Council held a lunch briefing with Mr. James W. Robinson, managing director of APCO Worldwide's Shanghai office, who discussed how companies should be considering their positions against a backdrop of rising nationalism both in the US and China.  

Event Details

When:
Thursday, April 19, 2018 - 11:45am to 1:30pm
Where:
Shanghai Kunlun Hotel
250 Huashan Road
Shanghai
31
China

Registration

Deadline:
Wednesday, April 18, 2018 - 5:00pm
Cost:
RMB 350

Event Contact

Contact:
Patrick Lozada
Phone:
86-21-6288-3840