15 March, 2013 | (01 hr)
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Regardless of how China lands – hard, soft or in-between – the next 24 months will be transitional, for better or for worse. Contingency planning will be the key to sustaining growth, and to finding new growth opportunities, new investments, and new alliances. It will also be the key to mitigating risks across a number of evolving scenarios. Whether by design or unavoidable circumstances, slowing growth coupled with confluence of political and social factors is creating acute pressure for policy adjustment and structural change. How will this dynamic shape the operating environment for multinational corporations.
David Hoffman, Vice President and Managing Director of The Conference Board’s Beijing-based China Center for Economics and Business, will be discussing this and other salient China topics during this 60 minute webcast. David has over 25 years of experience in China, including 20 leading the Technology-InfoComms-Entertainment Advisory practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers in China (“TICE Advisory”), where he served the senior-most executives of technology companies, telecommunications operators, information service providers, and traditional and new media companies. He also provided extensive advice to regulators and service providers on sector development strategy, regulatory policy, regulatory risk management, and compliance.
David R. Hoffman is vice president and managing director of The Conference Board China Center. Based in Beijing, Hoffman is responsible for the center’s strategy, research agenda, research program delivery, partner relationships with Chinese government organizations, and value delivery to m...Full Bio
Ethan Cramer-Flood is the associate director of The Conference Board’s China Center for Economics and Business. Based in New York City, he helps direct the Beijing-based China Center and supports The Conference Board’s Asia-based operations in Hong Kong and Sing...Full Bio