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10th Anniversary Business Conference and Gala Ball

China 2020: The Road Ahead - Nov 5

Join the European Chamber of Commerce and prominent guest speakers as they examine the future of European business in China. The conference will feature four high-profile keynote speakers, each with long and distinguished careers in politics in Europe, global business and the Chinese administration. These high-level speeches will be followed by an interdisciplinary expert panel composed of an economist, a CEO, an academic and a Chinese government official examining how China's growth model will adapt and change in the coming years. Take advantage of this exceptional opportunity to hear influential global business leaders and policymakers share their insights on China's economic future.

Price: 300 RMB for members, 600 RMB for non-members

Gala Ball 'Sea of Stars' - Nov 6

Celebrate this important milestone in our history with an event that is not "just another ball." The Chamber's biggest event budget ever and Beijing CBD's biggest ballroom are sure to create a truly unique experience. The "Sea of Stars" is an underwater experience that you will virtually dive into (bathing suit not required, but we will have a best costume award that night). Of course, the Gala Ball will also feature a full four-course, five-star Western meal with an amazing open bar and spectacular live performances. Then, dance the night away with our six-member band, The Jackson Twinz, widely considered to be Beijing's best!

Price: 1,010 RMB for members, 1,210 RMB for non-members

Venue for both events: 3/F Renaissance Beijing Capital Hotel, No.61 Dongsanhuan Middle Road, Chaoyang district(nearest public transportation: Line 10 Shuangjing station)
富力万丽酒店3层 东三环中路61号(地铁10号线双井站)
For any inquires: please contact Ms. Tanya Liang at 6462-2066 ext 34 or [email protected]

(Package Price for Business Conference and the Gala Ball: 1,210 RMB for members, 1,410RMB for non-members)

Source: Global Times
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