Making the China Connection: Strategies for Developing Business with China

Register NOW to secure your seat. This is an unique opportunity to meet with North Carolina business leaders who are doing business or interested in doing business with China.

Williams Mullen Maupin Taylor and Hughes Pittman & Gupton, in partnership with the North Carolina Chinese Business Association and the U.S. Department of Commerce, are hosting this dynamic seminar to help North Carolina companies perfect a strategic plan for exporting and/or doing business in China. This program will feature presentations, case studies and group discussions led by legal, accounting and international advisors experienced with the opportunities, challenges and intricacies of developing business in China.


Topics
• China's business climate and culture
• Timely updates on China's regulation of foreign investment
• Preferred corporate and tax structures for China operations
• How to mitigate the risks of operating in China
• Resources available to NC companies in the fact-finding and market entry stage

Date/Time
Friday, June 15, 2007
8:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. - Continental Breakfast
8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. - Seminar

Location
NC Biotech Center
15 T.W. Alexander Drive
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
www.ncbiotech.org

Registration
Click here to register or contact Toni Colon at 919.981.4092 or tcolon@williamsmullen.com.

Cost
Conference (06/15) Only $25 NCCBA Member, non-member $125
Reception (06/14) Only $100
Reception and conference: $125,
Space is limited, so register early.

Payment checks can be sent to:
Williams Mullen Maupin Taylor
Attention: Toni Colon
P.O. Drawer 19764
Raleigh, NC 27619.
Checks will also be collected at the door.

VIP Reception
Program participants are cordially invited to this premier event to celebrate a continuing conversation of shared business interests between North Carolina companies and China. Our invited guests include prominent area executives involved in global strategic planning for multinational companies and key leaders assisting U.S. companies with China relations. Ret. Admiral Joseph W. Prueher, former U.S. Ambassador to China, will deliver keynote remarks.

Date/Time
Thursday, June 14, 2007
6:00p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Location
The Ingram Collection
111 N. Duke Street
Durham, NC 27704

The Ingram Collection is a private Porsche Motor Car collection of Bob Ingram, Vice Chairman, GlaxoSmithKline.

Additional Information
Business Attire

Guests are requested not to bring personal items such as cell phones, pagers and purses for the protection of the collection.

Directions
Take I-40 West to Durham Freeway - State 147 (Exit 279B) to the Duke Street exit (12C). Follow exit off to right and go to 3rd stop light (Main Street). Turn left - go 500 feet to parking lot on right - turn right and park

EVENT SPONSORS

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