Beijing event: Young Professionals' Forum

This page illustrates all details about the networking event "Young Professionals' Forum" in Beijing. If you are interested, you can apply via the web link at the bottom of this page.

Beijing Event detail

SwissCham - Swiss Chamber of Commerce in China
Date and time
2009-06-25, 6.30 PM
BEIJING: Crowne Plaza Sun Palace, 12 Qisheng Middle Road, North East Third Ring Chaoyang District, Beijing. Tel: +86 10 6429-8888
Member: RMB 100.00
Non-Member: RMB 200.00

Young Professionals' Forum
- Where Tomorrow's Leaders Meet -

SwissCham Beijing's Young Professionals' Forum provides Young Professionals with a networking platform tailored to their needs and giving them access to high profile and experienced business executives in order to talk about issues which are at the core of their career development. This all happens in a cheerful and relaxed atmosphere, allowing Young Professionals from various industries and backgrounds to meet and interact around a glass of wine.

Come attend our Forum and learn how to manage your career in order to become one of tomorrow's business leaders.

The Topic

"Top Companies'Approach to Leadership"

The Speakers

Patrice BULA
Chairman & CEO NESTLE China
Head of Nestle in the Greater China Region

Mr. Patrice BULA, a Swiss citizen, was born in February 1956 and joined the Nestle Group in 1980.
Mr. Bula was until August 2007, Head of Nestle in Germany. Prior to his appointment as Market Head of this key European market, he lead the Confectionery and Biscuits Strategic Business Unit, working in Nestle's international headquarters in Switzerland for 3 years from 2000. Prior to that, he was head of Nestle's operations in Southern Africa Region and the Czech Republic. Mr. Bula is culturally attuned to Asia having held key management posts in Nestle's operations both in Taiwan and in Japan for more than 10 years from 1980.
Since 2007 he is the CEO of Nestle Greater China Region where Nestle today employs 13,000 employees and operates 20 factories.

President OERLIKON China

Mr. Wang Jun was born in Qingdao, Shandong province in March 1958. He worked as director of the technical department at Beijing Tyre plant since 1982 and joined the Barmag Beijing Office in 1988. Mr. Wang was Chief Representative of Barmag Beijing Office from 1995 until 2005 and then Chief Representative of Saurer Textile Machinery Group for two years. Since 2007 Mr. Wang Jun is Oerlikon's Country President China.
Six of the company's business units are active in machine and plant engineering: textile machines, thin-film coating, production plants for thin-film silicon solar modules, vacuum systems, drive systems and "Advanced Technology".
In 2008, Oerlikon has more than 18,000 employees on 180 sites in 37 countries.

The Registration Process

Admission fee will be paid at the entrance. The price includes two free drinks (wine, beer or soft drink) and finger food.

Registration Form
If you are a Young Professional aged around 25-35 years old, you are welcome to register by downloading and filling the registration here.

Thank you for taking the time to fill out the form completely, which will allow us to guarantee the quality of the event and their participants. The more we know about you, the better we can tailor our event to your needs.
If you have any questions or need further information, please contact Yvan Sprunglin at +86 10 8531 0015 ext. 181 or by e-mail.

General Conditions of Sale: We will confirm your registration by e-mail. Our confirmation e-mail is the proof of your registration. Only fully completed forms will be taken into consideration.
Cancellation Policy: You are liable for 100% of the registration fee in case your cancellation is received less than 24 hours before the event. Your registration implies acceptance of these General Conditions of Sale.

Crowne Plaza Sun Palace Beijing.
12 Qisheng Middle Road
North East Third Ring
Chaoyang District, Beijing
Tel.: +86 10 6429-8888
Official link

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