The Hopkins China Forum and The NYU Stern Shanghai Alumni Club cordially invite you to:
Results from AmCham Shanghai’s 2016 China Business Climate Survey
Ron Klein | Kenneth Jarrett
AmCham Shanghai’s China Business Climate Survey, one of the longest running surveys of U.S. business in China, reflects the views and insights of AmCham Shanghai member companies, based on their considerable experience doing business in China. In this year’s 2016 report, produced in partnership with PWC, MNCs in China continue to report profits and revenue growth but at lower levels than were previously projected. In addition, MNCs in China are adjusting downward their future forecasts and investment footprint in response to China's slowing economic growth.
ABOUT THE EVENT
Thursday 19 May 2016 | 18.30 – 20.00
9 Qinghai Lu
To attend email [email protected]
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Ron Klein has over 15 years of industry and consulting experience primarily in the consumer goods, fashion and retail sector. He focuses on leading PwC’s Omnichannel solution offerings and is a contributor to PwC's Achieving Total Retail global shopper study. Ron's expertise includes market entry strategy, multichannel strategy, supply chain improvement and organization design. Ron is a frequent contributor to the media on retail trends. He has been interviewed by such outlets as Fox Business, CNBC and Fierce Retail. He has a MBA from NYU Stern and a BA from Brown University.
Kenneth Jarrett is President of The American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai. Previously Mr. Jarrett was Chairman for Greater China of APCO Worldwide, a Washington-based public affairs consultancy, from October 2008 – July 2013. Before APCO, Mr. Jarrett was a U.S. diplomat for 26 years. His assignments included U.S. Consul General in Shanghai, Deputy Consul General in Hong Kong, and Director of Asian Affairs in the National Security Council, and served in Singapore, Manila, Beijing, Chengdu, and Washington, DC. He holds degrees from Cornell, Yale, and the National War College, and is a member of the National Committee of US-China Relations. He also attended the
Hopkins-Nanjing Center in 1988-1989, and is among its most distinguished alumni in Shanghai.