Doing business in Hong Kong and China
Hong Kong has always been recognized as a great place to do business with it’s open economy, international status, attractive tax rates and sound legal system. Known as the gateway to China it has held a very strategic position for that rapidly growing market. More recently the landscape has changed as the Chinese economy slows and China has developed a much more accretive position towards Hong Kong. There are growing fears around this assertiveness and the future of the Chinese economy. The future looks fraught.
With this backdrop in mind, the IMI will be hosting a one off event which will outline what is it like to do business in both Hong Kong and China. A presentation will be delivered by Professor Edwin Roberts from the University of Hong Kong. Professor Roberts will give an in depth view of the business environments in both Hong Kong and China and will be accompanied by a number of MBA students who hold senior positions in Hong Kong and China based organisations. They will also be on hand to part with their wealth of knowledge on transacting business in the region.
When: Saturday, 23rd July 2016 from 11.15am to 12.15am
Where: IMI Campus, Sandyford. Dublin 16
Cost: this is a free event compliments of the IMI
Registration will be from 11.00am.
Please RSVP before the 20th of July by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any additional queries please do not hesitate to contact us.
Registration : 11.00am
Prof. Edwin Roberts – University of Hong Kong
Irish Management Institute,
Sandyford, Dublin 16,