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Webinar: Why did I travel to and expand our investment in China during the pandemic?
December 16, 2020
"Jon R. Tabor, Chairman and CEO of Allied Mineral Products, LLC has just returned to the U.S. after visiting several cities in China. He will share his firsthand experience in this timely webinar about the 30 days that he spent on in China (about half were spent in quarantine), traveling from one city to another city, and making critical decisions in expanding their investments during this uncertain time. He will discuss what he has seen today and what he believes in the future.
Webinar: How Can Small Businesses Benefit from Trade?
October 8, 2020
Trade is the heart of business. Small businesses can benefit tremendously from getting involved in trade. However, a sound strategy and a good understanding of the process are critical to realize the benefits and avoid the pitfalls of such an engagement. With limited resources, unsound decisions could be severely detrimental to small businesses. This webinar will address the risks and opportunities and will focus on proven strategy to maximize the opportunities in the digital world. U.S.-China Chamber of Commerce helps small business meet the challenge.
Webinar: Cross-Border E-Commerce for Small Business
September 2, 2020
More than 25% of all revenue of sellers on Amazon globally is from cross-border e-commerce. Its growth rate is twice as that of the $3.4 trillion e-commerce as a whole. Small businesses can run like global entities because of the eco-system in e-commerce, and 97% of internet-enabled small businesses export. The future is compelling. However, it is everything but simple. The webinar will give an overview of cross-border e-commerce and will discuss some of the challenges facing small businesses.
Webinar: Why and How Small Businesses Should Outsource Their Supply Chain
August 5, 2020
The world is dominated by the digital giants. Technology initially helped small businesses and encouraged entrepreneurship: however, the never-ending development across the landscape and control by digital giants have drained out the resources of small businesses. A new paradigm is urgently needed to revitalize small business and entrepreneurship. Outsourcing the supply chain could be the first step for small business operators to refocus on the core of their business and thrive for success.
Panel Discussion: The Evolution of the China Opportunity
February 20, 2013
Hosted by Siva Yam, President of USCCC Speakers: David Patrick Eich, Partner, Hong Kong, Kirkland & Ellis David John Hofman, Director North America, InterChina Consulting Tom Manning, Former CEO, Cerberus Asia