december, 2015

fri04dec01:0001:00FBCS Christmas Luncheon - China's Disruptors: How Chinese privately-owned companies are re-writing the rules of business01:00 - 01:00 Event Organized By: Finnish Business Council Shanghai (FBCS) Country:ChinaCity:Shanghai


Event Details

Finnish Business Council Shanghai invites you to join for their traditional FBCS Christmas Luncheon. Come and meet the business community before Christmas holidays. Dr. Edward Tse, founder and CEO of Gao Feng Advisoruy will draw upon recenly published book, China’s Disruptors: How Chinese privately-owned companies are re-writing the rules of business.

The luncheon will begin 11.30am on 4 December 2015. The venue is to be determined, and ScandAsia will update the details as soon they are known.

11:30 Registration, networking and lunch
12:15 Presentation and Q&A
13:15 Final remarks and discussion

Participation fee: To be determined.

Registration: This event is for Members only. Please sign up at by noon Thursday 3 December 2015.

Cancellation Policy: All cancellations must be emailed to by noon 3.12.2015.

About the speaker:

Dr. Edward Tse is Founder & CEO of Gao Feng Advisory Company, a global strategy and management consulting firm with roots in China. He formerly led the China business of the Boston Consulting Group and Booz Allen Hamilton/Booz & Company, respectively for a period of 20 years. Having been called, “China’s leading global strategy consultant” and “China’s management guru”, he also has received such accolades as “Edward Tse is to Chinese corporate strategy what Kenichi Ohmae was to Japanese corporate strategy.” A leader of the team who set up and led China’s first government-authorized office (in Shanghai) among all international strategy consulting firms in the early 1990s, Dr. Tse specializes in the definition and implementation of business strategy, organizational effectiveness, and corporate transformation across various industries, as well as cross-cultural partnerships and mergers & acquisitions. He has assisted hundreds of companies – headquartered both within and outside China – on all aspects of business related to China and its integration with the rest of the world. He also consults to public sector organizations such as the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank and the Chinese Government on issues related to policies, state-owned enterprise reform and competitiveness. He is/was external board members for several large Chinese national enterprises, a special policy advisor of the Shanghai Municipal Government and a member for Hong Kong SAR Government’s Commission for Strategic Development. He is author of over 150 articles and four books including the award-winning The China Strategy (Basic Books, 2010) and the newly released (July 2015) China’s Disruptors (Portfolio/Penguin).


(Friday) 01:00 - 01:00


Finnish Business Council Shanghai (FBCS)Rm 401, #2 Bldg, No. 690 Bi Bo Road, Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park, Shanghai 201203