Doing Business with China Conference

12th April 2017

New Era Development's Chinese Business Incubator and Sheffield Business School, Sheffield Hallam University are pleased to invite you an early evening conference to hear our research findings on the topic of 'Doing Business with China'.

Thursday 18th May 2017 6 - 7.30pm Stoddart Building, Sheffield Hallam University Register your arrival at reception With speakers: Jerry Cheung, Managing Director of New Era Development Professor Bradley R. Barnes, Assistant Dean of Research and Professor of International Management and Marketing Programme of events Latest updates from the New Era Square 'Sheffield Chinatown' project at St Mary's Gate Proposed plans for New Era Square's Chinese Business Incubator (CBI) Findings from our Doing Business with China research and how to develop effective business relationships in a Chinese context A Chinese buffet will be provided for guests at the end of the conference. Please RSVP by Friday 28th April 2017. CLICK HERE to BOOK NOW Find out more about New Era Development, visit:

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