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HR Conference: “Driving Change” The role of HR during organizational transformation in times of a changing business environment

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SwissCham Shanghai is delighted to invite you to:
中国瑞士商会诚挚邀请您

“Driving Change”

The role of HR during organizational transformation in times of a changing business environment

Thursday, May 25, 2017
2017年5月25日, 星期四
08:30 – 17:00
@Intercontinental Hotel Pudong, Shanghai

Dear Members and Friends of SwissCham,

In association with German Chamber, we are inviting you to attend the HR summit on May 25. Don’t miss this great opportunity to share your knowledge and network with other HR professionals!

During the one day summit, confirmed topics include:

  • Designing Tomorrow’s Organization
  • Driving Change
  • Digital Innovation in Recruitment
  • Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders
  • M&A and Legal Updates
  • Building Int. Management Standards in a JV

Confirmed speakers

  • Celina Chew, President Bayer Greater China
  • Thomas Holzer, President, Voith Paper Asia
  • Robert Wu, Asia VP HR, Voith Paper Asia
  • Paul Hu, Community Manager, nakedHub
  • Andrew J. Warneck, Deloitte
  • Mr. Johannes Koenigshofer, Palfinger

Benefits of attending the summit:

  • Access to unrivalled HR knowledge with a special focus on German companies
  • Network with HR professionals from the industry (>70% professional delegates)
  • Attend workshops to gain practical knowledge about HR tools and how to use them efficiently
  • Hear first-hand how leading HR practitioners and global thought leaders have successfully adapted their operations
  • Participate in interesting discussions with fresh insights and workable action plans
  • Experience never-before-seen sessions from visionary strategists, management experts and business leaders and catch up on winning best practices

For our preliminary agenda, please click here.

Best Regards,

Your SwissCham Team


Date & Time 日期&时间
Thursday, May 25, 2017 08:30 – 17:00

Language(语言): English

Prices (价格):

Early Bird Price (Before April 15, 2017):
Regular Delegate RMB2,000
Consultant/HR Service Provider RMB 3,000

Regular Price (After April 15, 2017)
Regular Delegate RMB 2,500
Consultant/HR Service Provider RMB 4,500
*All prices are excl. VAT (6.78%)

Discounts:
10% for Members of SwissCham
5% when purchasing for 2 delegate tickets (delegates from the same company) – can be combined with Member discount
10% when purchasing for 3 delegate tickets (delegates from the same company) – can be combined with Member discount

Participation & Payment Regulations:
1. Payment is currently only possible via bank transfer. After your registration, you will receive a payment notice with all relevant bank details.
2. Attendance of the Summit is only possible with proof of payment (if payment was not received ahead of time).
3. Registered delegates should cancel their participation 24h prior to the start of the Summit, otherwise a no-show fee for the full participation amount will be charged.
4. Refunds for cancelations after May 20, 2017 cannot be granted.


Location

Intercontinental Hotel Pudong, Shanghai 上海锦江汤臣洲际大酒店

777 Zhangyang Road, Pudong New Area, 200120 Shanghai
上海浦东新区张扬路777号

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InterChamber Healthcare Seminar – How to Fight Air Pollution in a Business Environment

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SwissCham Beijing is delighted to invite you to the InterChamber Healthcare Seminar How to Fight Air Pollution in a Business Environment

Dear Members and Friends of SwissCham,

SwissCham Beijing, in collaboration with Benelux and German Chambers, is delighted to invite you to our second edition of InterChamber Healthcare Seminar series. Whilst the outdoor air pollution crisis has made headlines in recent years in the form of ‘smog’ or haze, people in Beijing and beyond are becoming increasingly aware of the more pervasive form that people usually breathe the most: indoor pollution. Often as bad as, or even worse than outside, this less conspicuous problem affects most people for most our days, and is now being confronted with a growing number of innovative solutions.

After the seminar, there will be the chance to ask the experts questions and talk with fellow attendees on how we can create and improve the air quality in your business environment in a sustainable way.

With best regards,

Your SwissCham Team

In collaboration with:
    

SPEAKERS / 主讲人

Mr. Yann Boquillod
Founder of AirVisual, will speak on behalf of IQAir and share his insights on how we can combat the air pollution problem using big data analysis. He will also comment on the development of indoor air quality as a business asset, which organizations are leveraging as an integral competitive advantage.

About IQAir
Founded in 1963, IQAir invented the first residential air purifier. IQAir has been passionately leading the indoor air cleaning industry with its state of the art research and development. IQAir’s production facilities are in Goldach, Switzerland. Dedicated to using the highest quality components. IQAir’s skilled craftsmen utilize top manufacturing processes to continue building the finest air quality products in the world. IQAir has been servicing the China market since 2003. In 2008 IQAir was the official clean air sponsor of the USA Olympic team participating in Beijing.  In 2016, IQAir established a WOFE in China, headquartered in Beijing.

Dr. Tian Yuan
Dr. Tian will share her expertise on how to make sure a building is well isolated from the outside air pollution and keep clean air inside. As an expert of comfortable buildings with low energy consumption, she will also share her knowledge in the field of the green technologies in the field of the construction.
About Keller Technologies
Keller Technologies (KT) is an outgrowth of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich. Start from Research projects on building technology and building physics led by Professor Dr. Bruno Keller have successfully solved technical problems for comfortable buildings with low energy consumption around the world. Now KT is a company for healthy, comfortable buildings and environment with low energy needs and low costs. KT offers services in the fields of Urban Planning, Architectural Design, Landscape Design and Interior Design, Modern Soft-HVAC Technologies, as well as pr-project consultations during the early stages of a project. From design to construction supervision and quality control, KT has the people and experiences to serve for the whole process of building. KT has established themselves as one of the leading developers of new building technology in our area. They continue to push the limits of building technology by developing exciting and innovative new projects for the global market.

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INNOXCELL ASIA-PACIFIC SUMMIT (IAS) 2018 SHANGHAI SERIES

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SwissCham Shanghai is delighted to invite you to:
中国瑞士商会诚挚邀请您

Innoxcell Asia-Pacific Summit (IAS) 2018 Shanghai Series

Thursday, November 1, 2018
2018年11月01日 星期四
08:30 – 18:00
@TBC

Dear Members and Friends of SwissCham,

The Innoxcell Asia-Pacific Summit is the most extensive legal, regulatory, compliance, risk and fraud gathering in Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Singapore, Australia and the United States. IAS is the only event of its kind that will run multiple paths covering the great diversity of topics in the area of bribery, fraud, investigation, financial crime and legal technology.

Innoxcell aims to provide a knowledge-driven platform for legal and compliance executives and professionals from different industries to explore the latest best legal and business practices, catch-up with latest regulatory updates, establish networking with prominent legal professionals around the Globe, as well as visit the legal technology and solutions exhibition. IAS is a legal and compliance community gathering you should attend.

This event is designed for in-house Anti Money Laundering Officer, Financial Crime Officer, Head of Legal, General Counsel and C-level from Banking, Insurance, Financial Institute and other industries.

Best regards,

Your SwissCham Team


Date & Time (日期及时间)
November 1, 2018, 08:30 – 18:00

Program Rundown (活动流程):

Registration Time: 08:30am
Conference Start Time: 09:00am sharp:

There are multiple streams throughout the day, please click below for details:
Cross-border Investment Risk Round-tables 海外投资风险圆桌讨论
Financial Crime Compliance 金融犯罪
Bribery, Risk and Investigation 贿赂,风险与调查

Prices(价格):

Delegate – In-house Legal,Compliance, Audit, Risk, C-level – USD 450
Delegate – Anti Money Laundering/ Financial Crime Compliance Unit Officer – USD 450
Law Firm or Lawyer in Private Practice – USD 900
Service and Solution Providers/ Consultants – USD 2,000
Recruitment Agency – USD 2,000

Dress Code : Business attire

RSVP:
Please register by October 18, 2018 请在2018年10月18日前登记


Cancellation policy

No refund will be provided for all cancellation or no show.

NO SHOW FEE – 500USD
Our team will do 3 rounds of confirmation, 2 emails and a last confirmation call 2 weeks before the event. Please let us know in advance if your schedule changes and you are not able to attend as we pay the venue/ catering by headcount, if you do not attending without notifying our team via email/phone, a no show fee will be applied.

3.5% surcharge applies to all credit card payment.

Cancellation and refund:
No refund will be provided for any cancellation or no show initiated by registrants. In the event of cancellation initiated by the organiser, given that the registrants have paid all amounts due under this agreement, the registrants shall receive a full refund.

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About Us

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The Swiss Chinese Chamber of Commerce is a networking and information platform for Swiss companies in China and Chinese companies interested in Switzerland. Our main goal is to gather on a common platform all actors of the Sino-Swiss business community, in order to strengthen the economic bonds between the two countries, stimulate interaction and develop business opportunities. In a nutshell:

  • We CONNECT the companies, institutions and organizations.
  • We enable EXCHANGE and PROMOTION through our communication channels, including events, a website, an online directory, social media and printed publications, providing exposure and privileged space to discuss business, find solutions and share your and our expertise.
  • We BRING YOU CLOSER together through our committees, i.e. Finance & Tax, Legal  or HR, to discuss related topics in more detail.
  • We provide a wide range of SERVICES such as access to trainings, event consulting, discounts to members on services/products, and general consulting on business in China.

Our network is strong because our members show strong engagement.

Keep yourself updated about SwissCham’s events in Beijing, Shanghai and South China by following our official WeChat accounts below

WeChat ID: SwissChamBEI
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WeChat ID: SwissChamShanghai
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SwissCham China – A Foreign Trade Actor

SwissCham China is an important actor of the Swiss foreign trade promotion, gathering a majority of the Swiss business Community in China. It is the only Swiss Chamber of Commerce officially registered in Mainland China.

External partners

SwissCham China further collaborates with external partners:

and numerous other Swiss, Chinese and foreign organizations.

Internal organization

SwissCham China is a non-profit, umbrella organization coordinating the Chinese branches. The local branches include SwissCham Beijing, SwissCham Shanghai, SwissCham South China and SwissCham South-West China, which are represented by a Board of Directors (BOD). The BOD may delegate the Chamber’s management to an Executive Director (or General Manager) in charge of managing the Chamber’s office.

Network partners

SwissCham China collaborates with other independent Swiss Chinese Chambers of Commerce which includeSwiss Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong (SCCHK) and the Swiss-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (SCCC) in Switzerland (Zurich, Geneva and Lugano). Swiss interests in Taipei are further represented by a private organization called, the Trade Office of Swiss Industries (TOSI).

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Reader’s Digest

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SwissCham China publishes a Reader’s Digest every second week. It provides Swiss and Chinese Business Related News in Switzerland and China, as well as a summary of all SwissCham Offices’ activities for the following fortnight. In short:

  • Compilation of Sino-Swiss Business related news sent every other Fridays.
  • Distributed to all SwissCham China Members, Associates and Employees in Members Companies, as well as to the members of Swiss Chinese Chamber of Commerce in Switzerland (SCCC) and the Swiss Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong (more than 4’000 contacts in total)
  • Only one exclusive banner (600 x 125 pixels) per issue.
  • Advertisement Options and Rates:
    Members & Associates: 2’500 RMB, Non-Members: 3’000 RMB
    An incrementing discount is proposed for multiple orders.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us should you require further information.

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Reader’s Digest > 7 January – 21 January

Reader’s Digest > 18 December – 6 January
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Reader’s Digest > 23 December 2016 – 13 January 2017

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Reader’s Digest > 26 November  – 9 December
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