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Detailed Event Information For Doing Business in China and E-Commerce Trends Detailed Event Information For Doing Business in China and E-Commerce Trends
Doing Business in China and E-Commerce Trends -- Accounting Services, Agricultural Products, Biotechnology, Computer Software, Computer Services, Electronic Commerce, Environmental Technologies, General Consumer Goods, Medical Eq., Travel and Tourism Industries
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Location/Date: Ann Arbor, MI, United States 09/25/2017 - 09/25/2017
Event Summary:
Ann Arbor SPARK, the U.S. Department of Commerce - U.S Commercial Service, and the East Michigan District Export Council are proud to present on exporting to Chinese markets and using Chinese e-Commerce platforms. There will be an opportunity to ask questions during a 30 minute Q&A after the presentations. The event is sponsored by the E. Michigan District Export Council, and will be held at Ann Arbor SPARK, 330 East Liberty Street, Ann Arbor, MI, 48104. Registration, coffee and breakfast, and networking 8:00 am-8:30am. Presentation begins at 8:30 a.m. Our Speaker: Frank Joseph, Commercial Officer, United States Embassy, Beijing, China Mr. Joseph has over twenty years of experience with the U.S. Foreign Commercial Service, where has provided international business consulting to American companies on a wide variety of issues ranging from e-Commerce to Intellectual Property Rights. He has over ten years of experience doing business in China, has received numerous awards for his service, and was also the Governor of the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai. Please contact Richard Corson at 248-975-9604 or Richard.Corson@trade.gov for questions. Cost: $35

Contacts:
Richard Corson, Pontiac
USEAC Director
Phone: 248-975-9600
Richard.Corson@trade.gov
Murat Muftari, Pontiac
Senior International Trade Specialist
Phone: 248-296-2620
Murat.Muftari@trade.gov