CHINA LINKS: Professional Seminars at UBC

Professional and Executive Training in Vancouver and Shanghai

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Vancouver: April 12-14, 2012

Shanghai: May 7-11, 2012

 

The University of British Columbia is pleased to announce the launch ofA�China Links.A� This innovative program brings together some of North Americaa��s leading China experts from business, academia, and government to deliver instruction on critical issues facing organizations in the Chinese operating environment.

 

This innovative program uses a range of experiential approaches to delivering cutting-edge education for professionals and executives from both industry and government. A�After receiving instruction from China Links faculty, participants take part in a variety of proprietary decision-making simulations, thinking through problems and issues that are commonly encountered in China.

 

China Links participants learn how to:

 

  • Effectively analyze events and information in China while conducting due diligence
  • Formulate and execute appropriate responses to problems and crisis situations in China
  • Overcome common obstacles to achieving business success in the Chinese marketplace
  • Navigate their way through Chinaa��s complex legal and regulatory environment
  • Develop resilient entry and operational strategies that work in China
  • Utilize a range of proven operational tools and techniques specific to engagement with China

 

Topics covered in China Links programs include:

  • Supply chains
  • Intellectual property
  • Contracts and property
  • Cross-cultural communication
  • Dispute resolution
  • Managing relations with government and the Party
  • Environmental management
  • Integrity and social responsibility

 

**CanCham members receive a preferred rate on all China Links programs if registration takes place at least 8 weeks in advance of course start dates**

 

For more information, please visit the China Links website atA�www.chinalinks.ubc.ca.

 

We can be reached by phone atA�+1 604 822 1291A�or by email atA�chinaprogram@exchange.ubc.ca.

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