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28
Feb

CELEBRACIÓN DEL AÑO NUEVO CHINO

Escrito el 28 Febrero 2013 por Alumni en Clubs & Activities, Geographic, Others

china1El 8 de febrero de 2013 se celebró con éxito la segunda edición del  Año Nuevo Chino en el IE organizado por el IE China Club, conmemorando el Año de la Serpiente. Más de una veintena de estudiantes chinos del IE Business School trabajó durante dos meses para que este evento se hiciese realidad.

Se vendieron más de 200 entradas al IE Alumni y al personal, que se reunieron en Serrano 99 para disfrutar de la verdadera celebración del Año Nuevo Chino con la actuación del grupo Kongfu, un espectáculo de la Ópera de Pekín, una boda china y mucho más. Por otra parte, todo el mundo tuvo la oportunidad de degustar deliciosos platos chinos gracias a un catering muy especial. D. Santiago Íñiguez, decano del IE Business School, comentó:”Ésta podría ser la mejor celebración del Año Nuevo Chino en Madrid”.

Por la noche, a las 19.00 horas la fiesta continuó con un cóctel que unió a unos 100 ejecutivos de empresas multinacionales como Telefónica, BBVA, Mckinsey & Co., Accenture, ZTE, sin duda, una gran oportunidad para los ejecutivos y los miembros de IE China Club para compartir la alegría del año nuevo y hacer un poco de networking.

El patrocinio de Lancôme, LAVINIA y Mayoral marcó el punto brillante de la celebración: una selección de vinos premium conquistó el corazón de todos los  invitados. Además regalos especiales de la marca Lancôme para los asistentes VIPs

La buena gestión y desempeño del IE China Club fue demostrado y continuará aportando brillo a su desempeño en el futuro. Y podemos decir que lo mejor está aún por llegar.

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On February 8th, 2013 a second edition of the IE Chinese New Year was successfully hosted by the IE China Club, celebrating the Year of Snake. More than twenty Chinese students from IE Business School worked for two months in order to make the celebration come true.

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4
Jun

El pasado jueves 19 de mayo en el Círculo del Liceo, tuvo lugar la conferencia bajo el título: “China y Hong Kong: Un país, dos sistemas. Relaciones, vínculos y diferencias: ¿qué hay que saber para invertir en ambos territorios?”.

El acto fue Presidido por Roldán Martínez Castejón, Presidente del Barcelona Club IE y Miquel Bestraten.  La primea intervención fue protagonizada por Rodrigo Abad, Director España y Portugal, Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) quién de manera  clara y concisa, habló de las grandes ventajas que ofrece Hong Kong para las empresas catalanas que desean expandir su negocio en China. El Sr Abad informó  que tanto para China como para Asia, Hong Kong es un punto neurálgico gracias a sus múltiples ventajas en cuestión de tradición comercial en la región, mismo idioma, sistema legal y jurídico similar al occidental. Asimismo, Hong Kong es un territorio en el que se organizan los principales eventos de negocios en Asia y en el mundo. Se contaron casos de éxito como el de Mango que también estuvo en la mesa.

En una segunda intervención, Xiaopei Wang y Carlos Marcuello, Presidenta y Co-Director, respectivamente, del Círculo Extremo Oriente, hablaron de China en su conjunto y expusieron las realidades más interesantes en distintos ámbitos como la geografía, la demografía, las desigualdades regionales, la economía y la sociedad. Se procuró que el público entendiese, con planteamientos concisos, el panorama del segundo país más poderoso del mundo y al mismo tiempo, tan poco conocido en realidad por nosotros.

El acto fue clausurado por Peng Qiujie, Secretaria General de IE China Club y Miembro Equipo Expansión Mango-China y Arcadi Martín, Dpt. de Business Development en BCF Consulting.

Esperamos poder seguir ampliando dichas temáticas de Asia en el futuro, visto el gran interés demostrado por la materia.

On Thursday, May 19th at the Lyceum Circle, the IE Barcelona and IE China Clubs organized the conference “China and Hong Kong: One country, two systems. Relations, links and differences: What you need to know in order to invest in both territories?”.

The event was chaired by Roldán Martínez Castejón, President of the IE Barcelona Club and Miquel Bestraten. The panelists included Rodrigo Abad, Director (Spain and Portugal), Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) who spoke in great detail about the many great advantages of Hong Kong for Catalan companies that wish to expand their business in China. Mr. Abad explained that for China as well as Asia, Hong Kong is important due to the multiple advantages in terms of commercial tradition in the region, such as language and the legal and judicial system, which is similar to the Western World. Furthermore, Hong Kong is a territory where major events are organized by global businesses, and successfully, such as Mango.

The following speakers were Xiaopei Wang and Carlos Marcuello, President and Co-Director, respectively, of the Far East Circle. They spoke of China as a whole and presented the most interesting realities in various fields such as geography, demography, regional inequalities, the economy and society. They wanted the public to understood the exact situation since China is the second most powerful country in the world and yet so little is actually known about it.

The event was closed by Peng Qiujie, General Secretary of the IE China Club and Expansion Team Member of Mango-China and Arcadi Martín, Dpt. of Business Development at BCF Consulting.

The Clubs look forward to expanding the subject in future events as a great interest was shown by all those that attended.

26
Ene

El embajador de China en España, Sr. Zhu Bangzao, ha visitado IE Business School con motivo de la celebración del  año nuevo Chino del Dragón en IE.

El Embajador ha inaugurado  el evento cultural  que los alumnos que forman IE China Club han organizado para celebrar la llegada del año nuevo chino.  Esta jornada ha sido patrocinada por el Banco Industrial y Comercial de China, CCI, YouMobile, Casa Asia, China Club España y por el periódico chino Ouhua News.

Este evento ha contado con la presencia de directivos de compañías como el Banco Industrial y Comercial de China, Telefónica, BBVA, IBM, Loewe, Peugeot España, ZTE, BMW, LAVINIA, Orange y el Hotel Ritz Madrid entre otros.

La jornada IE Año Nuevo del Dragón ha contado con distintas  actuaciones tradicionales chinas como Danza, Artes Marciales, Cambio de Rostro, la Ópera de Pekín e interpretaciones vocales e instrumentales chinas.

China, el país con el mayor crecimiento económico del mundo con un incremento del PIB del 8% anual, celebra su año nuevo, también llamado el Festival de Primavera, la próxima semana. Un  festival que  no se celebra sólo en China sino que también  es celebrado por  toda la comunidad china  residente en otros países.

The Chinese Ambassador in Spain, Mr. Zhu Bangzao, visited IE Business School to celebrate the Chinese New Year of the Dragon.

The Ambassador opened the event organized by students from the IE China Club in order to celebrate the arrival of the Chinese New Year. The event was sponsored by the Commercial and Industrial Bank of China, CCI, YouMobile, Casa Asia, China Club Spain and the Chinese newspaper Ouhua News.

The event was attended by executives from companies such as the Commercial and Industrial Bank of China, Telefónica, BBVA, IBM, Loewe, Peugeot Spain, ZTE, BMW, LAVINIA, Orange and the Hotel Ritz Madrid among others.

The day included various traditional Chinese performances such as dance acts, martial arts, Changing Face, the Beijing Opera and Chinese instrumental and vocal performances.

China has the highest economic growth in the world with a GDP annual growth of 8%  and celebrates the New Year, also called the Spring Festival, next week. The festival is not only celebrated in China but by all the Chinese community living abroad.

27
Jul

China is not the future, it is the present. It holds a key position in the economic evolution of today´s world. China holds a wide range of business opportunities not yet tapped by the Spanish market. Is it the ignorance of Chinese culture, the ignorance of the way the Chinese do business that stops Spanish entrepreneurs from approaching this dynamic Asian market? Or is it just the fear of the unknown…..

On June 29, 2011, Itínere Prestige, a startup company created by four MBA students, tried to bridge the Spanish-Chinese gap by organizing the conference “Past, present and future of bilateral commercial relations between Spain and China” in close collaboration with IE Business School.

The conference opened a window into the Chinese world thanks to the experience and knowledge of the five speakers who participated in the conference. Amongst the speakers were: Mr. Marcelo Muñoz, with more than 30 years of experience in the Chinese business world and the first Spanish business man to open an office in China,  Ms. Margaret Chen, one of the most influential woman in the world of Telecommunications and Ms. María Eugenia Girón, one of the world’s top executives in  luxury. These speakers made the impossible possible and brought China a bit closer to Spain.

At present, China holds a world of business opportunities: ARE YOU IN?

See you in China.

El mercado chino es sin duda un punto clave de la economía mundial. Con más de 1.350 millones de habitantes y más de 350 millones con una renta per cápita por encima de la media europea podemos decir que todas las miradas se centran ahora en el mercado chino y en sus infinitas oportunidades de negocio. Las cifras hablan por sí solas, ¿cuál es entonces el motivo que frena a ejecutivos y emprendedores españoles a entrar en tan atractivo mercado? ¿Es el desconocimiento del mercado, la cultura o simplemente aversión a un riesgo demasiado lejano?

El pasado 29 de junio, Itínere Prestige, una empresa de reciente creación formada por cuatro emprendedores del IE, consiguió junto con el inestimable apoyo del IE lo impensable, traer China al Aula Magna del IE con su conferencia “Pasado, Presente y Futuro de las relaciones comerciales España-China”.

La conferencia hizo que cinco grandes profesionales del mercado empresarial español y chino, compartieran su experiencia personal y profesional sobre ese nuevo mercado de las oportunidades. Esa fue la palabra que más se hizo escuchar durante la jornada “OPORTUNIDAD”. Oportunidad para aprender, para crecer y para acercar España a China y viceversa. “China no es el futuro, sino el presente” entonaba D. Marcelo Muñoz, el denominado Decano de los empresarios españoles en China. “China, primer mercado en consumo del lujo en 2012” proclamaba Dña. Eugenia Girón, una de las empresarias españolas de mayor reconocimiento en el mundo del lujo.

El mundo de las oportunidades nos espera. ¿Te lo vas a perder?

Nos vemos en China,

16
Jun

Get together cocktail in Shangai

Escrito el 16 Junio 2011 por Alumni en Clubs & Activities, Geographic

IE alumni in ShanghaiA small crowd got together last June 8th in trendy bar in Shanghai where IE alumni had a very good time and nice chat about different topics such as: MBA rankings and programs, economics, investment opportunities, jobs and China of course between others.

 

IE China Club Shanghai Chapter is planning on making this event a monthly gathering and would like more and more people attend including alumni leaving out of Shanghai and IE travelers.

Un pequeño grupo de antiguos alumnos del IE se reunió el pasado 8 de Junio en un famoso bar de Shanghai donde compartieron un rato agradable y discutieron diferentes temas tales como: los programas y ranking de los MBA, economía, oportunidades de inversión, trabajo y China por supuesto, entre otras cosas.

El IE China Club Shanghai Chapter está planeando hacer este evento mensualmente  le gustaría recibir cada vez más personas incluyendo aquellos antiguos alumnos que sólo pasan por Shanghai.

5
Abr

From 14 March to 17 March 2011 in Shanghai, IE Alumni Association organized the VI IE International Update: Business in China, as part of the lifelong learning and networking services offered to IE alumni.

Shanghai is one of Asia’s key cities in terms of economy, finance and logistics. With an annual economic growth of more than 8% and a population of more than 20 million, it is regarded as the financial capital of China.

The IE International Update was held at School of Management, Fudan University, one of the most prestigious universities in China with an international reputation for academic excellence. Classes from Fudan and IE professors were mixed with lectures from entrepreneurs and professionals working in China.

The programme was attended by students and alumni from different countries, and different programs including Global MBA and International Executive MBA Bi-weekly. The course included sessions about the situation of the Chinese market and the challenges facing corporate China, as well as company visits to leading firms in the region.

Speakers included alumni, entrepreneurs and executives: Mr. Albert Krisskoy, IE IXMBA 2007, China Chief Representative, Tradeco, Comercio y Cooperación S.L. and IE China Office Representative; Mr. Jose C. Martos, IE EXMBA 2003, General Manager, Saint-Gobain Weber Industrial Mortars in China; Mr. Emmanuel Carcassonne, IXMBA 2009, Founder and CEO of APECYD International Ltd.; Mr. Rafael Martin, Director of Shanghai Operations, Grupo Antolin; Mr. Francisco Soler, Shanghai Office Director, Garrigues; Mr. Jesus Dolz Boscar, MBA 1993, AMP 2005, General Manager, Industrias Dolz S.A; and Mr. Shiqi Wang, Senior Manager, Marketing and Strategies, Region China & North East Asia, Ericsson. The course also included sessions from Fudan University professors: Dr. Xiaoya Liang, Dr. Xiarong Zhang, Dr. Zhao Youzhen and Dr. Jun Wang; and IE Professor, Dr. Custodia Cabanas

In addition to the sessions, the participants visited the China Expo Pavillion. The 2010 World Expo Shanghai was the largest Expo site ever, covering more than 5.2 square kilometers and containing more than 70 exposition pavilions and in its six month run had attracted over 70 million visitors.

The participants also had the opportunity to visit two companies in Shanghai: The first company visit was to Nokia Siemens Networks Shanghai where they were addressed by Mr. Jose Antonio Menendez Herrero (ExMBA 2007), Head of Shanghai Factory. NSN is one of the largest telecommunications solutions suppliers in the world, created as the result of a joint venture between Siemens AG’s COM division (minus its Enterprise business unit) and Nokia’s Network Business Group. It operates in approximately 150 countries worldwide, and has about 60,000 employees.

The second visit was to Chint where they were addressed by Mr. Yin Zhang, General Manager, International Trade Department. The company is a leading player in the Low-voltage electrical, Power Transmission and Distribution industries in China, with a turnover of over $2 Billion in 2006. In the year of 2006, Chint ranked 15th in the list of top 100 Companies released by Forbes, which evaluated all private companies (both those listed as public and not) in China.

All in all, the IE International Update Programme tried to provide the attendants with a picture of the challenges and opportunities of doing business in China, as well as of the strengths and weaknesses of the one of the biggest economies of the world.

During the week, the participants had the opportunity to develop contacts with Chinese clients, suppliers and local partners, as well as to strengthen their network with IE students, graduates and professors.

Many thanks to all who shared this experience!

Entre los días 14 y 17 de marzo de 2011 en Shanghai, la Asociación de Antiguos Alumnos del IE ha organizado el VI IE International Update: Business in China. Este curso forma parte de los programas de formación continua ofrecidos para antiguos alumnos.

Shanghai es actualmente una de las ciudades clave de Asia en términos de economía, finanzas y logística. Con un crecimiento anual superior al 8% y una población de 20 millones se considera como la capital económica de China.

El IE International Update tuvo lugar en el School of Management, Universidad de Fudan, una de las universidades más prestigiosas de China con una reputación internacional de excelencia académica. Las clases mezclaron profesores de Fudan y del IE con ponencias de emprendedores y profesionales que trabajan en China, así como representantes institucionales.

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14
Dic

CHINA, INDIA & JAPAN: GLOBAL ECONOMIC DRIVERS

Escrito el 14 Diciembre 2010 por Alumni en Others

Under the title of “China, Japan and India, driving forces behind the global economy”, IE Business School and Casa Asia organised a conference in the aula magna at IE on 29 November last.

At the moment, the transfer of economic and geopolitical power from West to East is taking place quickly mainly due to the strength of Asian economies. Furthermore, the context in which international challenges arise is changing and is set to change almost as much or even more than the challenges themselves over the coming years. From Europe, Asia is seen as a great opportunity thanks to its high growth rates, demographic factor, the need for infrastructures and the increase in the middle classes. From Asia, Europe is seen as a market with high consumer rates based on the technological capacity of its businesses, the relevance of their brands and the level of excellence in the design of certain products.  Taking this two-sided Asian-European view into account, IE Business School and Casa Asia organised a one-day event to analyse the interests of Asian businesses in Europe and vice versa. The aim was to show all the potential of Europe’s relations with the main countries in Asia (Japan, India and China) in general and, in particular, Spain’s relations with them from a business viewpoint.

 

The conference was held with two roundtables involving consultants, lawyers and entrepreneurs who analysed the experience of Asian companies in Europe and the experience of European companies that have been successful in Asia.

 

The first roundtable was chaired by Amadeo Jensana, director of the department of economic programmes and cooperation at Casa Asia, who made a general analysis of how more and more Asian companies are setting up in Spain. In reference to China, he commented that the country’s entry into the WTO in 2001 brought with it an increase in the internationalisation of its businesses; however, there have been few Chinese companies today that have entered the more developed markets of the European Union or North America, since their main destinations are Latin America and Africa. Nevertheless, China is gradually finding its place in Europe and there are cases today of associations between large Spanish enterprises, such as Telefónica and Repsol, with Chinese businesses. According to Invest in Spain, Chinese investment in Spain is characterised by the absence of a stable trend and by high-level but occasional transactions. Amadeo referred to India as a country that is also investing abroad and its investments have increased thanks to the growth of its economy, the strength of its leading enterprises and acquisitions and mergers by Indian companies with businesses from different countries in sectors such as the car industry, pharmaceutical products, information technology, energy and other industries. The case of Japan differs from China and India since its investment in Europe began some decades ago; however, its economic growth is not currently as fast-moving as that of the two Asian giants. Japanese companies in Europe usually belong to the car industry or to manufacturing and technology products, especially electronic articles.

 

 

This roundtable focused on the fact that when people speak about Asia, they almost always do so in reference to the business opportunities the continent offers and ignore how Asian countries are trading in Europe, as well as the growing number of Asian companies that are setting up in the European Union. The speakers on this table, who have a wealth of experience with Asian companies that have set up successfully in our country, were Rocio Belda, partner and member of the Asia desk at Garrigues; Alan da Silva, executive director of the India desk and partner at PriceWaterhouseCoopers; Tomás Zumárraga, former managing director of Bridgestone España and chairman of the Shacho Kai association of non-Japanese managing directors at Japanese enterprises. The three spoke of the growing number of examples of Asian businesses that are setting up in Europe.

 

The second roundtable, chaired by the Dean of IE Business School, Santiago Iñiguez, involved the participation of Kareen Hatchwell, Member of the Board and Director of Institutional Relations of the Excem Group,  Jesús Sierra González, International Commercial Director of the Isolux Corsán Group, and Juan Luis González Andersson, former Business Development Director of the companies Inditex and Carrera y Carrera, all of whom gave a first-hand account of the business culture, organisation and internationalisation strategies of some of the leading Spanish enterprises in Asia.

The roundtable focused on the more common but no less important subject of the experiences of Spanish enterprises in the three Asian countries. In view of the latest international economic figures, Spanish SMEs and multinationals need to gain better positions in the countries that will be the driving force behind the economic recovery, such as China and India, and not worry so much about other markets whose economic growth forecasts are lower. Our businesses have a long way to go to consolidate their positions in Asian countries, since there is perhaps no other region in the world with such an important absence of Spanish investment as Asia. This absence can be seen not only by the absolute investment figures that correspond to our country, but also by the huge potential the region offers in the context of the global economy.

Whatever the case and although the presence of Spanish businesses in Asia is still low-level, the trend is changing slightly, and these three speakers analysed the type and characteristics of some of the companies that have now taken the step and are trading in the area. Kareen Hatchwell, from Excem Group, Jesús Sierra González, from the Isolux Corsán Group, and Juan Luis González Andersson, former Business Development Director of the companies Inditex and Carrera y Carrera, gave us a fantastic account of the main difficulties they have had to face while setting up in another country, as well as the most effective procedures they have been able to uncover, turning their experiences into examples for entrepreneurs considering the option as a future strategy for their company.

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22
Oct

IE CHINA CLUB MADRID CHAPTER

Escrito el 22 Octubre 2010 por Alumni en Geographic

IE Alumni Association is pleased to announce our new representatives of the IE China Club Madrid Chapter: President: Kien Hung Ong (IMBA 2010); Vice President Marketing: Eun Young Lee (IMBA 2010); Vice President China Intelligence Unit: Lih Wen Chu (IMBA 2010); Vice President : Matus Varga (IMBA 2010); Director of Communications: Vishwaraaj Jagmohan Shetty (IMBA 2009); Director of Marketing: Sonu Arjan Daryanani (IMBA 2009); General Secretary: Aneek Choudhary (IMBA 2010); Director of Spanish Communications: Jacobo Molins Nuñez Flores (IMBA 2010); and Director of Finance: Antoine Billet(IMBA 2009).

We wish them all the best in this new endeavor.

IE Alumni Association se complace en anunciar los nuevos representantes de IE China Club Madrid Chapter: President: Kien Hung Ong (IMBA 2010); Vice President Marketing: Eun Young Lee (IMBA 2010); Vice President China Intelligence Unit: Lih Wen Chu (IMBA 2010); Vice President : Matus Varga (IMBA 2010); Director of Communications: Vishwaraaj Jagmohan Shetty (IMBA 2009); Director of Marketing: Sonu Arjan Daryanani (IMBA 2009); General Secretary: Aneek Choudhary (IMBA 2010); Director of Spanish Communications: Jacobo Molins Nuñez Flores (IMBA 2010); y Director of Finance: Antoine Billet(IMBA 2009).

Le deseamos lo mejor a ellos en esta nueva aventura.

4
Oct

On 30 September 2010, Mr. Jacques de Boisséson, President of the European Chamber of Commerce in China visited IE and gave a session to the alumni.

In his presentation, Mr. Boisséson talked about the conclusions of the “European Business in China Position Paper”, a document that compiles the latest assessments, concerns and recommendations for European Business Operations in China.

With a consistent growth of 10% it is obvious that China is nowadays one of the most attractive economies for European investments. This interest is mutual as European businesses can act as a major facilitator towards achieving China’s Macro Policy Goals.

In terms of the regulatory environment, China continues to be one of the most heavily controlled economies. Almost 40% of the Chamber’s 1500 members consider that the business environment for Foreign Investments will be less “fair” in the future.

There are four main issues here:

·         Transparency: There is an increase in number of the public consultations.

·         Predictability is key to attract business investments.

·         Retroactive application of certain laws creates uncertain environment.

·         Implementation: China is very decentralized and leaves much discretion for implementation of certain laws.

In terms of market access, there are three major barriers that could prevent foreign companies from entering or simply propel them to withdraw investments:

·         Certification and License Requirements to operate

·         Intellectual Property

·         Government Procurement Practices

European investments only account for 3% of Foreign Direct Investments in China, a figure that further to Mr. Boisséson can very easily summarize the current situation of European investments in the Chinese economy.

El 30 de septiembre de 2010, el Sr. Jacques de Boisséson, Presidente de la Cámara de Comercio Europea en China visitó el IE e impartió una conferencia a los alumni.

En su presentación, el Sr. Boisséson habló sobre las conclusiones de “European Business in China Position Paper”, un documento que reúne las últimas valoraciones, asuntos y recomendaciones de las operaciones de empresas europeas en China.

Con un crecimiento consistente del 10%, es obvio, que China es hoy en día una de las economías más atractivas para las inversiones europeas. Este interés es mutuo ya que las empresas europeas pueden actuar facilitando la consecución de los objetivos de la política macroeconómica de China.

En términos del entorno regulatorio, China continúa siendo una de las economías más controladas. Casi el 40% de los 1500 miembros de la Cámara consideran que  el entorno empresarial para las inversiones extranjeras será menos “justo” en el futuro.

Aquí hay cuatro cuestiones fundamentales:

•         Transparencia: Hay un incremento en el número de consultas públicas.

•         Previsibilidad es la llave para atraer inversiones de negocio.

•         La aplicación retroactiva de ciertas leyes crean un entorno incierto.

•         Implementación: China está muy descentralizada y deja mucha discreción para la aplicación de ciertas leyes.

En términos de acceso al mercado, hay tres principales obstáculos que podrían impedir la entrada de empresas extranjeras o, simplemente, impulsarlas a la retirada de inversiones:

•         Requisitos de Certificación y licencia para operar.

•         Propiedad Intelectual.

•         Prácticas de contratación pública del gobierno.

Las inversiones europeas  sólo llegan a un 3% de las inversiones directas extranjeras en China, un dato que para el Sr. Boisséson puede fácilmente resumir la situación actual de las inversiones europeas en la economía china.

8
Jun

CHINA: STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE

Escrito el 8 Junio 2010 por Alumni en Business Networking, Geographic

The one-day event titled China: strategic objective, organised by the Alumni Association and sponsored by Closa M&A took place at IE on 28 April last. The event was chaired by Juan Miguel Antoñanzas, Honorary President of IE Business School, and opened with a conference given by Mark Lerner, Partner, Morgen, Evan & Co. There was then a roundtable involving Francisco Minoves, Principal of Closa M&A; José Mª Romances, Partner of Closa M&A; Arturo Corbí, International Director of Transport at Televent and Executive MBA, IE; and Eugenio Bregolat, Diplomat and Spanish Ambassador in China on two occasions (1987-1991 and 1999-2003), who attended by videoconference.

This event revealed how the world economic crisis and the situation in Spain in particular give rise to the need for looking to other markets. In this context, China appears as one of the world economies with the highest growth rate, together with a high level of development and structural change. In this session, IE Business School and M&A International reviewed the most important reasons for entering China and the problems businesses might encounter. The speakers also shared real experiences with those in attendance at the conference.

El pasado 28 de abril tuvo lugar la jornada China: strategic objetive organizada por la Asociación de Antiguos Alumnos  y  patrocinada por Closa M&A en el IE. La jornada fue presidida por Juan Miguel Antoñanzas, Presidente de Honor del IE Business School y se inició con una conferencia de Mark Lerner, Partner, Morgen,Evan & Co, tras la que tuvo lugar una mesa redonda en la que intervinieron como ponentes Francisco Minoves, Principal de Closa M&A; José Mª Romances, Socio de Closa M&A; Arturo Corbí, Director Internacional Transporte Televent y Executive MBA por le IE; y, Eugenio Bregolat, Diplomático, Embajador de España en China durante dos periodos (1987-1991 y 1999-2003), este último estuvo presente mediante videoconferencia.

En esta jornada, se puso de manifiesto como la crisis económica mundial y, la situación española en particular, provoca la necesidad de mirar hacia otros mercados. En este contexto, China aparece como una de las economías mundiales con mayor tasa de crecimiento, acompañado por un importante desarrollo y cambio estructural. En esta sesión, IE Business School y M&A International repasaron las razones más importantes para entrar en China así como los problemas que se pueden encontrar las empresas. Además, se compartieron experiencias reales con los asistentes.

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