Understanding The Chinese Business Mindset - NYC Dinner

The China Business Network NYC Dinner

"Understanding The Chinese Business Mindset"

The China Business Network invites those in NYC to join us for a full course Chinese dinner at Grand Harmony Palace on Monday, April 28th at 7pm.

Featured keynote speaker will be Nick Zhang. Nick is a seasoned executive of the China mobile and online value-added services industry. He9s the former CEO of Mobile2Win (acquired by Disney), he was previously a founder and CEO of 60 Seconds, a mobile content provider specializing in ringback tone, as well as the CEO from 2000 to 2003 of Linktone, a leading China-based mobile value added services provider (Nasdaq: LTON).

You9ll be in great company on this evening as a few notable confirmed guests include:

Founder, The China Business Network
CEO, The China Business Network
Chairman, Stone Drum Capital
CEO, Venturebank China
CEO, eChinaCash
CEO, Blue Lotus Group
CEO, VisualCV
Managing Partner, Law Office of Bart S. Fisher
Founder, Global Sourcing Council
Sr VP Corporate Strategy & Business Development, TicketsNow.com
Director, Tekworks
CMO, Jive Software
Global Digital Media Director, MTV Networks

International Recording Artist, Che9Nelle
Global Assets Manager, Merrill Lynch

Space is limited so please RSVP soon and feel free to forward on to those in your NYC network with an interest in China business as we look forward to connecting people over a great traditional Chinese business dinner. 

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