Jun 19 2013

Federation of China Trade Associations & Chambers of Commerce CEO to present on “Future Trends for Chinese Associations” at ASAE in Atlanta

Liu Youqian Photo2

On August 4, from 3:15-4:30pm, ASAE welcomes Mr. Liu Youqian, the CEO of Federation of China Trade Associations & Chambers of Commerce, to speak about the “Future Trends for Chinese Associations” at the ASAE Annual Meeting in Atlanta.

ASAE’s China office representative Ms Maria Tong will also be on hand to provide translation as he speaks with Ms. Barbara Byrd Keenan, Executive Vice President of the Institute of Food Technologists.

If your association is interested in establishing or growing your business in China market make plans to attend this session.

This session will help you :

  • Learn about the current situation of Chinese NGOs
  • Gain insights about the reform and development trend of Chinese NGOs
  • Discover the role of Chinese associations in the development of their meeting industry

[notice]Those interested in meeting Mr. Liu during the ASAE convention should contact ASAE’s China representative Ms. Maria Tong by email: [email protected] .[/notice]

[important]Appointments can also be made with Ms. Florence Chua, senior MCI China consultant who has worked closely with various Chinese associations and government agency representatives.  She will be presenting at the ASAE meeting as well as the CESSE Annual Meeting in July.  For an appointment, please contact Florence at [email protected][/important].

In the video interview below, Mr. Liu Youqian and Ms. Florence Chua, MCI China Director of Association Management & Consulting, speak with a reporter during the IT&CM China Expo earlier this year.



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Peter Turner

As MCI's Senior Advisor, Global Development Strategy, I help associations build and execute global growth strategies. Over the past 30 years I have served three associations (ASAE, MPI and IEEE Computer Society) as a leader of business, product and partnership development.

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