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China Communication and Marketing Council

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The China Communication and Marketing Council is an efficient, cost effective, and high impact way of dimensioning these and other China communication and marketing issues, enhancing your understanding and strategic perspective, and learning from peers about what does and doesn’t work to address such issues in China. The themes and topics to be discussed in the Council will cover the gamut of the communication and marketing function, for example: branding, stakeholder relationships, public affairs, employee relations, community relations, interactive marketing, communication technologies, and other issues – all framed with a strong focus on China.

Membership requirements:

Members must be the head of communications and/or marketing executive for Greater China from MNCs or large local companies. Standing members may veto a prospective member on the grounds of competition. Certain membership restrictions may apply.

Program Director/Council Director

Jean Wylie

Jean Wylie

Program Director, China Communication & Marketing Council
The Conference Board
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Why join the China Communication and Marketing Council?

The Conference Board Councils provide communication professionals with an open platform to share best practices and knowledge from a variety of industry perspectives. It is a give-and-take form of team work, which supports us for a more collaborative future.

Ma Li, China Communication Director, Solvay China 

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