The Sunday Business Post, in partnership with the Ireland China Business Association and the Irish Exporters Association, hosted the 2nd China Business Summit 2014.
Ken Duggan, Chairman of Ireland China Business Association introduced this association and also:
• The role of the Ireland China Association in building business relationships in China;
• Using the resources of the Ireland China Association effectively to increase bi-lateral trade
• Analysis of and recent developments in the Ireland China business relationship
About the Summit:
China represents one of the largest and fastest growing markets in the world. With over 140 Irish companies now in situ and with the recent establishment of the $100 million China Ireland Technology Growth Capital Fund – aimed at strengthening business ties between Ireland and China – the China Business Summit 2014 will examine timely opportunities for Irish companies in sectors such as internet, software, semiconductors, clean technology, food/agri, life sciences and financial services.
Topics on the Summit agenda will include the financial and banking system, legal requirements, export/import, the importance of building business relationships and crucially case studies from Irish companies who are successfully capitalising on the many opportunities this vast market presents.
Bringing together thought leaders from the aforementioned disciplines, The China Business Summit 2014 affords delegates the ideal environment in which to glean vital information on the many opportunities and challenges inherent in doing business with China.
An impressive line-up of speakers, visionary leaders, national and international experts – all professionally involved in doing business in China, will deliver succinct presentations and case studies allowing time at the end of each session for an open forum to discuss the issues participants find most important.
The China Business Summit 2014 is the must attend event for Irish organisations who wish to gain a foot hold in this vast market.