CHINA LINKS: Professional Seminars at UBC

Professional and Executive Training in Vancouver and Shanghai

 

Vancouver: April 12-14, 2012

Shanghai: May 7-11, 2012

 

The University of British Columbia is pleased to announce the launch of China Links.  This innovative program brings together some of North America’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.  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 China’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 at www.chinalinks.ubc.ca.

 

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

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