|BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MISSION TO CHINA|
JUNE 8-18, 2015
Prominent executive, you are honorably invited to join our elite Business Development Mission to China, formed by other prominent US executives, to visit China from June 8 to June 18, 2015.
Theme: "US Executives Meet Chinese Executives: Dual Opportunities in Partnership"
The theme sets this delegation apart from the ones formed for the general investment and trade missions. This delegation will meet and network with hundreds of C-level executives from major state-owned enterprises as well as large private companies from various industries in China. (See attached list of Central State-owned Enterprises in China for reference)
Purpose: To approach huge potential Chinese investors as well as to explore investment and trade opportunities in China by networking closely with high-level executives.
Where to Visit: Shanghai, Kunming, Lijiang, Chengdu, Beijing, and Tangshan.
Who Should Attend:
¨ Executives of large- or medium-size US companies
¨ Businesses looking for foreign investors from China
¨ Organizations looking for investment opportunities in China
¨ Companies interested in doing business with China
¨ Direct access to investment-seeking executives of the largest state-owned companies in China
¨ First-hand look at emerging business opportunities with Chinese enterprises
¨ Attendance to an expo and trade fair touting 15,000 exhibitors and 55,000 buyers
¨ Multiple opportunities for networking and discussion with business and government agencies as well as local executives and business leaders
¨ Emersion in Chinese culture to foster cultural and business development
1st Stop: Shanghai | June 9-11 (Tuesday-Thursday)
You would leave the US in the early morning on Monday, June 8 and arrive at Shanghai on Tuesday, June 9 in the early afternoon. On the evening of June 9, there will be a welcome reception hosted by the State-Owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council (SASAC) and about one hundred C-level executives from the 112 central state-owned and some local state-owned companies in China. These executives are attending a one-week training seminar, "Merger and Acquisition Training Program for State-owned Enterprises," organized by SASAC. (See attached list of Central State-owned Enterprises in China for reference).
On Wednesday, June 10, the delegation will not only participate in the training activities, but also have small group discussions with Chinese executives. The delegation will stay in the same hotel as the Chinese executives or a hotel near the training facility (depending on availability), providing more opportunities to become better acquainted with their executive counterparts in China.
Since the Chinese central government is encouraging its state-owned enterprises to make investments and/or find M&A opportunities in foreign countries, and the US is one of their favorite investment destinations, this is a rare opportunity to have direct contact with these investment-seeking enterprises.
2nd Stop: Kunming, Yunnan Province | June 11-12 (Thursday-Friday)
After the visit of Shanghai, the delegation will fly to Kunming, Yunnan. On Friday, June 12, the delegation will attend the China-South Asia Expo and Kunming Import & Export Fair. The expo and the fair are co-hosted by China's Ministry of Commerce and the government of Yunnan Province, and commercial ministries of the South Asian countries are also invited to join forces to host the event. There are about 15,000 exhibitors and 55,000 buyers attending the exhibition. Besides tour at the exhibition, there are activities and events for the delegation to meet and network with some local corporate executes as well as business leaders from the South Asian countries to explore investment and trade opportunities.
Yunnan is situated in China's southwestern frontier and is the eighth largest province in China. It serves as the most important treasure house of biological resources, critical mineral deposits source and energy base in China. The major traditional industries include agriculture, tourism, hydroelectric energy, and mining. Apart from the traditional industries, Yunnan focuses on cultivating and strengthening strategic emerging industries, including modern biology, optoelectronics, high-end equipment manufacturing, new materials, energy saving and environmental protection, and new energies.
3rd Stop: Lijiang, Yunnan Province | June 13 (Saturday)
After intensive business activities, the delegation will use the weekend to experience the unique Chinese southwestern culture by touring some famous tourist attractions, such as the Old Town of Lijiang. This tour will provide delegation members with a more comprehensive understanding of Chinese culture; for example, the Old Town of Lijiang is one of the four most famous old towns in China. It is over 800 years old and an UNESCO site with over 12 different Chinese minority people residing in the old town today.
4th Stop: Chengdu, Sichuan Province | June 14-15 (Sunday-Monday)
After arrival in Chengdu on Sunday, June 14, the delegation will go on a half-day tour of the Chengdu area. Chengdu is the capital of the Sichuan province as well as the culture and economic centers of Southwest China. It is also a manufacturing center for heavy machinery as well as pharmaceutical and construction materials industries. Modern services, modern agriculture, and energy-saving are the emerging industries in the area. Some major international corporations, such as Intel and FedEx, have branch offices here. Chengdu is also a famous historical and cultural city; for example, Dujiangyan, a city in the Chengdu area, has the oldest irrigation system in China, the Dujiangyan Irrigation System, which was built in 256 B.C. This irrigation system is also the oldest and only one still operating in the world today.
On Monday, June 15, the delegation will be back to its business schedule by meeting with local corporate executives in the Chengdu area during the day; in the evening, the delegation will fly to Beijing, the capital of China.
5th Stop: Beijing & Tangshan| June 16-18 (Tuesday--Thursday)
On Tuesday, June 16, after touring the Forbidden City in the morning and being treated to a Peking duck lunch at noon, the delegation will visit the US Embassy in the afternoon. The US Embassy Commerce Department will give the delegation a presentation on the current Chinese business climates as well as their suggestions and recommendations on the business opportunities present in China.
In the evening, there will be a networking reception for the delegation, providing the delegation with another chance to meet high-level executives of local enterprises in Beijing.
On Wednesday, June 17, the delegation will visit one of the largest economic development zones in China, the Caofeidian Industrial District in Tangshan, Hebei Province. The district has seven industrial parks: Port Logistics Park, Steel and Electricity Park, Chemical Industry Park, Equipment Manufacturing Park, Emerging Industry Park, Hi-tech Industry Park, and Free Trade Zone. Additionally, China-US Industrial Park is in the planning stage. The district is quickly becoming the trade hub of coal, timber, ore, steel, renewable resources, and fuel gas. The delegation will gain a concrete conceptual understanding of how China develops its economy and may find further business opportunities through touring the district and meeting with local executives there.
On Thursday, June 18, after touring the Great Wall in the morning, the delegation will leave Beijing and fly back to the US, allowing the now culturally enriched executives to reflect on their valuable time spent in China.
Cost: $8,500 per person, which includes meals, hotel accommodations, event and attraction tickets, domestic airfares, and ground transportation in China, but excluding visa and international airfare to and from China.
Please submit your application online at www.China-US.biz/applicationor fill out the attached application form and fax it to +1-281-966-1878 by May 15, 2015.
¨ The delegate party is limited to 18 executives; we cannot guarantee the approval of your application. The approval of your applications depends on your company size, your position, the order your application is received, and whether we can meet your desired purpose.
¨ With the exception of confidential information consisting of gender, cell number, number of employees, and annual revenue, all other information in the application form may be used in the delegation booklet.
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Organizers and Contact Information
This delegation is being organized by China-US Pathway. For more information on this delegation or other business opportunities, please visit www.China-US.Biz/us-home or contact:
¨ Austin Zhao | Email: Austin@China-US.Biz | Phone: +1-281-630-6666
¨ Jennifer Lopez | Email: Jenniferitc@gmail.com | Phone: +1-281-983-8154