Event focus and take-aways:
Future Leaders in Sino-European Companies
China is an important market for European enterprises. With the increase of the importance of this market the challenges for European companies and their leaders are rising. European companies need to face the challenge and do more to integrate and to develop their future leaders.
Listen to local and international experts based in China. You will learn what are the core capabilities for leaderships in future, e.g. in the Chinese market? How Sino-European organization can identify and further develop their future business leaders in China? We will show you, how attractive areas like Foshan City can help companies to set up and retain talent pool for future leaders.
from Jochen Schultz:
Panel Discussion: This discussion looks at what it takes to move from your home market in Europe, based in Germany to compete in the coffee boom that has now reached China. The Chinese coffee industry is a fast niche of the catering and commercial industry. How can CUP&CINO enter into this market segment with a product and sales concept and participate in the growth? Listen to the assembled panel of our experts from China and join in the discussion! Moderator: Adrian de Riz, Head of Business Development, West meets East Business Consulting Keynote and Sponsor: Sven Keysers, Director International Business, Cup & Cino Panel Members: Fabian Berndt, Founder and CEO, Hannover Coffee, China Maik Juengst, Founder, Maik´s Gourmet, Shenzhen Kerstin Kaehler, Branch Manager Qingdao – German Centre Shanghai
The next China-Team webinar is scheduled for July 22nd, starting at 3:00, and the title is how to participate in the boom of the Food and Beverage market in China. Here’s a taster of what you can expect from past webinars.
Zoltan Nemeth: “I’m really excited to hear from our experts, how a well-designed manufacturing execution system can support your business.”
Florian Weihard: “In 10-year high-tech machinery companies will be split into two categories. The ones that successfully apply AI on the production data of their machines, and the ones that go out of business.
So that’s How to Participate in the Boom of the F&B Market in China, July, 22nd.
This webinar is sponsored by CUP&CINO
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We’re back again with the third instalment of our “The Podcast Workshop”. This time, you’ll be learning what it takes to create a successful podcast. Our special guest, Neville Mckenzie makes his return to show you how to take your podcast to greater heights, soaring it into a stratosphere of success! Signup Below on Peatix.
A performance by SHARON FRESE, IRFAN KASBAN & NG YI-SHENG
Introduction by Sharon Frese
In this lecture performance, actress Sharon Frese explores the history and influence of the African diaspora in Singapore. She shares images and documents relating to slavery, colonialism, jazz and nationalist struggle, reaffirming the value of black culture in our shared heritage.
Both a history lesson and a theatrical ritual, Ayer Hitam commemorates the black men and women – enslaved, indentured and expatriate – who crossed the oceans into unknown territory. They draw strength from these tides, which Indian convicts called the black water in Hindi kala pani, or in Malay ayer hitam.
Ayer Hitam: A Black History of Singapore was commissioned by M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2019: Still Waters.
How long have people of African descent been a part of life in Singapore?
Tomé Pires, a 16th century Portuguese writer, noted that the traders in Malacca included “Abyssinians and people from Ormuz, Kilwa, Malindi, Mogadishu and Mombassa”.
In 1827, a colonial census of Singapore counted five Black residents: two Black men and three Black women. By 1834, the number had risen to 62.
Boxing was an extremely popular sport in early 20th century Singapore. Several Black boxers made their homes here and became huge celebrities, such as Joe Diamond, active from 1930 to 1945.
Mak Pak Shee, a homeopathic doctor, served as MP for Geylang from 1955 to 1959. Though many assumed he was Indian-Cantonese, his father was in fact a sailor of African descent.