Events

Mar. 24: U.S.-China Agriculture SME Showcase

 Posted by on December 8, 2021  Events, Upcoming Events  Comments Off on Mar. 24: U.S.-China Agriculture SME Showcase
Dec 082021
 

Is your company a U.S.-based small agriculture business eyeing the Chinese market?
Are you interested in entering the China market but don’t know where to start?
Would you like to learn from top experts the keys to business success in China?

Join the US Heartland China Association and ACSI for the inaugural US-China Agriculture SME Showcase on March 24th, a virtual showcase event accompanied by a virtual exhibit hall with education resources to help Ag SMEs from both the US and China to gain visibility, connections, and business leads. Agriculture SMEs are encouraged to apply to be showcased at the event (for free).

https://usheartlandchina.org/projects-events/agriculture-sme-showcase/

Nov. 13, 2021: Zhejiang International Friendship Cities Expo

 Posted by on August 12, 2021  Past Events  Comments Off on Nov. 13, 2021: Zhejiang International Friendship Cities Expo
Aug 122021
 

On November 13-15, the America China Society of Indiana and Indiana Economic Development Corporation will participate in the Zhejiang International Friendship Cities Expo, a component of the China Yiwu Commodities Fair 2021. As part of the event, we will be collaborating on an Indiana Booth promoting Hoosier businesses, industries, investment and trade opportunities to Chinese audiences.

Want to promote your company in China? All ACSI Members are eligible to list their organization at the booth for free. To secure your spot, send the following information to colin.renk@americachinasociety.org by September 15th:

  • Company Name & Industry:
  • Company Summary:
  • Business Interests:
  • Website:
  • Contact Information:

Not a member? Learn more about membership and join us today!

Nov. 5, 2021: Economic Aspects of the Pandemic and Post-Pandemic Global Economy

 Posted by on October 25, 2021  Past Events  Comments Off on Nov. 5, 2021: Economic Aspects of the Pandemic and Post-Pandemic Global Economy
Oct 252021
 

IU-CASS Research Workshop Session 1: Economic Aspects of the Pandemic and Post-Pandemic Global Economy

The IU-CASS Research Workshop Series is proud to host a webinar on Economic Aspects of the Pandemic and Post-Pandemic Global Economy. This event focuses on economic policies in the global pandemic and post-pandemic world. We will pay special emphasis on economic policies in China and in the Western World. For China the “Dual Circulation” of domestic and international economic aspects and their relationship will be discussed. For the Western World, the mix of public/ governmental and of private/market responses to the epidemic and their interaction will be analyzed. The presentations will utilize basic economic theory and a consideration of relevant data.

Speakers

Dr. XU Qiyuan
Institute of World Economics and Politics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

Dr. Gerhard Glomm
Department of Economics, Indiana University Bloomington

Moderator

Dr. XIAO Lisheng
Director of Global Macroeconomy Research Division, Institute of World Economics and Politics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

 

Register for free: https://iu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_wtEN8A7_TLmQmbJfJLYl3A

Nov. 4, 2021: US Export Controls Webinar

 Posted by on October 20, 2021  Past Events  Comments Off on Nov. 4, 2021: US Export Controls Webinar
Oct 202021
 

Recent U.S. government efforts to extend the reach and impact of U.S. export controls and economic sanctions offers potential lessons regarding current and future legal risks.  Matt Lapin and Sunny Yang of Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP will share current enforcement trends and risks, as well as discuss future legislative and regulatory activities impacting compliance risks.

Please join this discussion hosted by the Greater Columbus Chinese Chamber of Commerce, Greater Cleveland Chinese Chamber of Commerce, and America China Society of Indiana, on November 4, 2021 at 4:00 pm ET. This event is free for members.

Time:
November 4 (Thursday), 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Event Registration:
https://www.columbuschinesechamber.org/events-1/us-export-controls-currentevents-future-trends-1

Dial-in and Zoom virtual meeting information will be sent out before the event.

Admission:
FREE for all three chamber Members
$21.53/person* for Non-Members

Oct. 26, 2021: ACSI’s China Business Conference

 Posted by on August 4, 2021  Past Events  Comments Off on Oct. 26, 2021: ACSI’s China Business Conference
Aug 042021
 

ACSI’s China Business Conference will be held online via a password-protected microsite that will become available to registered participants. The microsite will include the Livestream, Agenda, Speaker Biographies, Exhibition Booths, and B2B Directory.

Live Stream + Post-Event Access:
The Livestream will be conducted via Zoom in English and begin at 8:00am ET on Tuesday, October 26th. Each presentation and panel will be recorded and uploaded on the microsite for registrants to access after the event.

B2B Directory:
The Business-to-Business (B2B) Directory is an optional, opt-in program which allows registrants to list their organization, business interests, and contact information to share and network with other businesses that have registered for the event.

Exhibition Booths:
Eligible sponsors and partners will be allocated a Virtual Exhibition Booth to highlight their organization’s business interests, company summary, industry, website, and marketing materials (including video) to other Conference registrants.

In-Person Networking Reception:

Network with other professionals at Barnes & Thornburg’s downtown Indianapolis office and enjoy cocktails and appetizers.

Note: Due to COVID-19, masks must be worn at the event.


Agenda:

8:00am        Live Feed Begins
8:05am        Welcome Remarks
8:10am        China Policies on U.S.: Chinese Blocking Statute
8:50am        U.S.-China Economic Market Update: Trade & Investment
9:20am        Understanding the CFIUS Process for FDI
9:50am        Analysis and impacts of Endless Frontiers Act
10:20am      Surviving 2020: Lessons Learned & Where We Go From Here Roundtable
11:10am       Indiana Export Report
11:35am       Future of US-China Business Relations Roundtable
12:20pm      End of Live Stream

 

4:00pm In-Person Networking Reception Opens
7:00pm In-Person Networking Reception Closes


Speakers & Panelists:


Sponsorship & Tickets

Title Sponsor – $4,000 ACSI Member // $5,000 Non-Member

  • Unlimited Virtual Registrations
  • Logo recognition on all event marketing materials
  • Virtual Exhibition Booth
  • Large advertisement in program materials and website
  • Sponsored Panel/Presentation
  • Access to Attendee List
  • Provides Complimentary Tickets for 6 Indiana/Chinese SMEs
  • Speaking Opportunities
  • Recognition as Event Co-Chair
  • Invitation to VIP Reception

Red Sponsor – $2,000 ACSI Member // $2,500 Non-Member

  • Up to 50 Virtual Registrations
  • Logo recognition on all event marketing materials
  • Virtual Exhibition Booth
  • Small advertisement in program materials and website
  • Sponsored Panel/Presentation
  • Access to Attendee List
  • Provides Complimentary Tickets for 2 Indiana/Chinese SMEs
  • Invitation to VIP Reception

Blue Sponsor – $1,000 ACSI Member // $1,250 Non-Member

  • Up to 20 Virtual Registrations
  • Logo recognition on all event marketing materials
  • Virtual Exhibition Booth
  • Invitation to VIP Reception

Individual Registration $40 ACSI Member // $75 Non-Member

Register now at acsi2021.eventbrite.com

For more information, contact Colin at colin.renk@americachinasociety.org

Sep 1-2, 2021: HKTDC Belt & Road Summit

 Posted by on August 4, 2021  Past Events  Comments Off on Sep 1-2, 2021: HKTDC Belt & Road Summit
Aug 042021
 

On September 1-2, the Hong Kong Trade Development Corporation will host its Belt & Road Summit which provides insights from business leaders on the multilateral collaboration and business opportunities in the countries along the maritime and logistics “Belt and Road”.  This year’s 6th edition will focus on “Driving Growth Through Fostering Regional and International Trade” and will be a hybrid of in-person and virtual to accommodate the global travel restrictions.

Through our partnership with HKTDC, all ACSI Members in good standing are able to attend the event for free ($520 value). Additional information on the event is attached and listed below. If you or a representative from your organization are interested in attending, please reply to this email and I will provide the necessary codes and credentials.

Tentative Program.
Full Website
Investment and Business Matching Session

For more information, please contact colin.renk@americachinasociety.org

May 20, 2021: Working with International Distributors Webinar

 Posted by on April 13, 2021  Past Events  Comments Off on May 20, 2021: Working with International Distributors Webinar
Apr 132021
 

Creating and managing a distribution relationship in another country can be intimidating.

  • How do you find and evaluate a good partner?
  • What should be included in the contract?
  • What are some common pitfalls?
  • How do you minimize your business and legal risks?

Don’t go it alone and learn by trial and error.  This webinar will cover international distribution relationship do’s and don’ts and explain practical strategies to help you succeed in developing global partnerships.

We will discuss topics like: whether to allow the distributor to control local product registrations, how to plan for transition after termination, what does ‘exclusivity’ mean, practical documentary and structuring tips, and determining when it makes sense to form your own in-country presence and go direct.

REGISTER HERE

FEATURED SPEAKER:       

Matt Levy: Partner, Faegre Drinker

Matt is a Partner in the firm’s Corporate Practice with a focus on cross-border transactions and international trade.  He has experience in more than 40 countries helping both public and private companies expand and operate internationally.  He advises on mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, inbound and outbound foreign direct investment, corporate reorganizations, export controls and trade sanctions compliance (EAR, ITAR and OFAC programs), and US and foreign antitrust.  He acts as a business advisor to his clients and delivers practical solutions to complex problems.  Matt previously lived in China and speaks and reads Mandarin.