China (Zhejiang) - US Business Roundtable
The US-China Business Council (USCBC) is pleased to invite an appropriate level executive from your company to attend a roundtable meeting with Zhejiang Province Party Secretary Mr. Che Jun, on August 25, 9:00am-12:00pm in Washington, D.C. Party Secretary Che will brief attendees on the business and policy environment in Zhejiang Province. Che will be accompanied by a delegation of Zhejiang government officials, and 25 CEOs from local Chinese companies.
This will be an opportunity for USCBC member companies to meet the Party Secretary, senior officials in the Zhejiang provincial government who manage foreign trade and investment, and senior executives from local Chinese companies in various sectors.
Seats are still available, although delegates will be accepted based on the timeliness of their response to this announcement and seniority of proposed participant. Please note that companies will be limited to one representative at or above the VP level.
USCBC is offering a limited number of sponsorship opportunities to USCBC companies to cover the costs of hosting the delegation.
Sponsorship package ($3,000) includes:
- Speaking opportunity
- Company logo and profile in English and Chinese in event brochure (150 words in English)
Interested companies should send the name, title and bio of the senior executive who will attend to Anna Ashton ([email protected]) as soon as possible. Please indicate if interested in sponsoring.
While qualified company executives from companies that do not sponsor can attend without a fee, please note that the above-listed visibility and engagement opportunities are offered to corporate underwriters only.
9:00 - 9:30am: Registration
9:30 - 11:00am: Roundtable Meeting
11:00am - 12:00pm: Luncheon (Optional)
This event is for USCBC member companies and invited guests only. Registration will be required.
Please note that companies will be limited to one representative at or above the VP level.
Special thanks to the following corporate sponsors that have pledged their support: