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Find events related to China in and around Zurich in our calendar of events. There's always something going on in Zurich Chinatown.
In late summer and August, XBorder18, the annual event series of MLL Meyerlustenberger Lachenal Attorneys at Law on national and international e-commerce law will take place on 29 August 2018 in Zurich with a focus on China in the afternoon.
You can look forward to a broad overview of the latest developments and trends on relevant topics in national and international online trade. In particular, they want to take up other current topics that will take a back seat in 2018 in addition to data protection. They will provide you with first-hand information on the most important developments in Swiss and European e-commerce law in the form of an update. This year they will focus specifically on the Chinese market – whether as a sales or procurement market for Swiss companies in online trading.
Since the Chinese garden is a triad of horticulture, architecture and poetry, animals and mythical creatures as ink drawings and ceramics are an essential component. Traditional legends – still told today – vividly reflect the diversity of the Chinese people.
Public guided tour with Manuela Zimmermann.
A unique western perspective on the world’s largest Blockchain ecosystem
Prof. Lukas Saul,
Blockchain Celebrity in China,
NASA Interstellar Boundary Explorer Investigator,
Founder of Vermont Secure Computing
1.) China Switzerland Connection
2.) Association of Chinese Student and Scholars in Zurich
AMS Business Partner
Guest Speaker: Prof. Lukas Saul – is a trained Astrophysicist, who previously worked as NASA
Interstellar Boundary Explorer Investigator at University of Bern. During his stay in Switzerland
he got interested in Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain at a very early stage and extensively studied
them – in the fields of mining, feasibility and security. Today, Prof. Lukas Saul is lecturing at
Hefei University of Technology in China, and is one of very few western speakers at Blockchain
conferences in China and therefore has a unique perspective on the world’s largest Blockchain
ecosystem. He is also a Blockchain consultant.
please register here:
13:30 – 14:00 Registration & Gathering
14:00 – 15:00
Speech & Open Discussions
15:00 – 16:00
Networking & Apéro
“Chinese Pharma Goes Global”
The University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland, BaselArea.swiss and The Swiss-Chinese Chamber of Commerce are delighted to announce the second Swiss-Chinese Life Sciences Forum to promote collaboration between Switzerland and China, in particular in the health sector and life sciences industry.
«With Love from Europe and Asia»
Did you know, for example, that the Japanese style bonsai of today originate from the garden art of the Empire of China? And that paper (also paper money and toilet paper), porcelain and silk were produced in China for the first time?
Public guided tour with Evelyne Marty.
This board seminar is an initiative by the Swiss Board School, CEIBS and SCCC for current and future Chairpersons and Members of the BoD and CEOs of Chinese Companies operating in Switzerland.
As more and more Chinese companies drive the internationalization of their businesses, the number of China-backed investments into Swiss companies have increased over the years. The effective governance of such investments has turned out to be a major value driver. This requires from all, investors, board members and top management of these companies to be fully aware of the legal corporate governance requirements as well as having a clear view of how to drive board effectiveness in such a context.
Following people should attend:
Members of the Board of Director s (BoD) and Top Management Teams of Chinese Companies investing in Switzerland and current and future Chairpersons and Members of the BoDs and CEOs of Swiss companies with Chinese investors.
A Conversation With Melissa Guzy
Fintech is changing and redesigning financial markets and our everyday monetary behaviour – and nowhere more so than in Asia, where the lack of financial infrastructure provides a fertile ground for new innovations. Over 50 percent of the global Fintech funding is attracted by the Asia-Pacific.
However, differences in financial inclusion are huge: The large stock exchange hubs in Tokyo, Shanghai and Hong Kong need more sophisticated technical solutions than the unbanked rural populations from India to Indonesia.
How does the financial industry cope with this discrepancy? What are the future trends in the Asian Fintech sector? And what role do women play in the male-dominated financial industry? Melissa Guzy, Managing Partner of Hong Kong-based Arbor Ventures, will share her knowledge capital about the Asian Fintech scene.
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