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The Bridge Magazine

Welcome to the Spring Edition of the Bridge Newsletter!

In this edition of the Bridge Newsletter, we present four exclusive interviews. The first interview is with Erica Su of Ernst & Young (China) where she delves into the impact of COVID-19 on China’s market and what companies can expect in the forthcoming years. This article is a must-read for anyone interested in the evolution of the post-pandemic business environment in China.

Furthermore, following the tremendous success of the Sino-Swiss Economic Forum on Vocational Education and Professional Training, this edition features interviews that explore how Swiss industry leaders are shaping the future of VPET in China. Philippe Roesle, Head of Science, Technology, and Education at the Embassy of Switzerland in China and CEO of Swissnex in China, shared his insights on vocational education in Switzerland and China. Lars Eckerlein, General Manager of ABB (China) Limited and Country Holding Officer of ABB in China, discussed ABB’s initiatives to promote vocational education, including collaborating with local vocational schools and providing apprenticeships to students. Fang Naichun, Director General of the China Vocational Education Association (CVEA), expressed his commitment to strengthening cooperation between China and Switzerland in the field of vocational education.

We trust that you will find the Spring Edition of the Bridge Newsletter both informative and engaging.

Enjoy reading the new Bridge Newsletter.