Tuesday, March 12, 2013, 4:00 – 5:15 p.m. EST
with Ms. Joy Huang, President, Connect East LLC
Registration $35 (free for current UNC Kenan-Flagler faculty/staff/students). Register now!
Getting the results you need from Chinese suppliers and partners requires more than a good match of supply and demand. From contract negotiations, quality assurance to virtual teamwork, the experience can be vastly different from and unexpected to western-minded businesses. Through this Webinar, you will gain valuable insights on what to expect working with China, top challenges managers face including resource planning, communications, quality assurance, negotiations, IP protection and virtual teamwork, and what best practices you can employ to proactively manage them.
Building upon the previous webinar, “Working Effectively with China”, this session is ideal for executives and professionals who seek the next level of strategies and tactics to help succeed with managing supplier and partner relations with China.
About the Presenter
Joy Huang is an international management consultant, executive coach and speaker specializing in east - west business relations with a focus on China with nearly 20 years of business experience in Asia, the Americas and Europe. At Connect East, she provides strategic and tactical advice to western and Chinese companies to improve performance of their global operations in supplier relations, product development, negotiations, talent management and cross-cultural teams. Prior to Connect East, Joy spent more than a decade in government, telecom and technology industries managing partner relations from around the globe, new product development, product marketing and strategic planning. Joy has a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of North Carolina and a Bachelor degree (BA) from Beijing Foreign Studies University, China.
Register at http://tinyurl.com/9b97tau
This program is part of the “Best Practices in International Business Education” webinar series presented by the UNC Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) and co-sponsored by North Carolina Department of Commerce, International Trade Division