2014-Doing Business in Asia

Doing Business in Asia: Protocols and Pitfalls

Bellevue City Hall

January 22, 2014

Does the term "business as usual" apply when dealing with foreign companies? Should your company expect U.S. policies and procedures to apply overseas? How can your business relationship with a foreign partner drive success or failure? Join the World Trade Club of Seattle for a discussion on doing business in Asia -- the protocols, pitfalls and true meaning of "guanxi" (the relationship). Tall ship sailing on choppy seas

Wednesday, January 22, 2014, 5:30 to 8:30 pm.

Bellevue City Hall, 450 110th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA 98004


Includes appetizers, networking, and program.
Members: $ 30.00; Public: $ 40.00; Student: $20.00

Register now to learn more about Doing Business in Asia


John Lee

John Lee, LeeCore consulting. With over 30 years'; experience, John Lee brings a vast knowledge base across five separate industries -- mortgage banking, logistics, I/T, defense integration and security consulting. As Chief Executive Officer of LeeCore Consulting, Mr. Lee develops market entry strategies and works with clients to solve problems in countries around the world. Most of this body of work has been in international circles (78 cities and areas thus far) working with global giants to solve some of the most complex business and security problems. He approaches the assignments using an armada of tools culled over decades of experience. Mr. Lee has authored two books, including The Honorable Relationship: A Roadmap to Winning Clients and Keeping Them Forever.

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For more information, contact Diane Maske at events@worldtradeclub.net