Feb 16th, 2012
The Centre for Enterprise and Law presents a seminar for people interested in business opportunities in China on Wednesday, February 29.
The seminar, “Doing Business in China,” runs 4 to 6 p.m. at the Downtown Windsor Business Accelerator, 720 Ouellette Avenue. It promises discussion of business practices, legal considerations and the personal experiences of three guest speakers:
- Shaoye Dai, a law student who will begin articling in August 2012 in the China group of a national firm and worked as an in-house counsel for China Construction Bank;
- Henry Lau, owner of Far East Pioneer Technology and the asset management company Henry Holdings Inc.; and
- Tony Mao, an instructor at the Odette School of Business and founder of Huaye International Auto World, one of the first international automobile dealership chains in south China.
The event is free and open to the public. Register online at businesschina.eventbrite.com or e-mail email@example.com.