Beijing event: "What you Know" or Who you Know" - A Dinner and Keynote Speaker Event

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Beijing Event detail

FC Club
Date and time
2009-03-17, 7.00 PM
BEIJING: Tao Restaurant, 1-34 Chaoyang Gongyuan Xilu (north of Chaoyang Park West Gate), Chaoyang District - 朝阳区朝阳公园西路1-34号(朝阳公园西门北边)
You are invited to join us on Tuesday 17 March 2009 at Tao, a Beijinger Restaurant Awards Candidate, from 7:00pm for a delicious meal and a talk on the relative importance of "What you Know or “Who you Know” when trying to get a job in a China.

Our speaker, Mr Craig Watts, will examine:

(1) Why in a new market like China “Who You Know” matters a bit more than “What You Know” or “The MSN Effect”

(2) Which Career Qualifications jump out on a CV – expat A-List CV qualifications vs. Chinese A-List CV qualifications.

(3) How to obtain a professional salary level and career satisfaction: The importance of major career shifts and business education as a way to augment incremental salary increases.

The cost: 200RMB includes a 4-course meal and a complimentary glass of wine or soft drink. A Cash bar is available for additional drinks.

Advance registration is essential since space is limited.

Easy on-line registration: Just login and click the RSVP button or simply email eventbj@fcclub.com with the following information for each person.

* Name + Surname:
* Company:
* Work Title:
* Mobile phone:
* Email:

Please feel free to phone 139 1109 8002 if you have any registration problems.

About the speaker:
Craig Watts heads global communications for Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business in Beijing. He has over a decade of China experience in new media, advertising, and consulting, previously leading teams for Shanghai-based mobile advertising firm Madhouse, TOM Online, and for the Beijing office of Burson-Marsteller. Craig, who holds a Ph.D. in Media Studies from Osaka University and an M.A. from the University of Chicago, has lived in Japan and China for the past 17 years.

About the Venue:
Tao creates contemporary cuisine with a Mediterranean touch. The food concept follows the Taoism, fresh, varied and healthy. Designed by Antonio Ochoa-Piccardo, the well-acclaimed Venezuela designer, the interior of Tao is all white with a chic and modern look. The whole design reflects the 'Tao' concept: the living experience is colorful, but the nature of life is just simple. To pair with the food, Tao offers exquisite and well-balanced wine list with over 60 wines from different major wine countries or regions.
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