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    China Experts to Lead Networking Discussions at TNCN Annual Meeting March 28

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    Hearing from high-profile executives and getting updated on the latest in the US-China and TN-China business relationships will be at the top of the agenda for the inaugural TN-China Network (TNCN) annual meeting in Nashville on March 28, 2019, Commemorating 40 Years of US-China Relations.

    After the executive business panel, however, attendees will be in for a unique opportunity to have small group discussions on timely China-related topics with China and business experts from across the southeast US. During this facilitated “Table Topics” networking lunch, attendees choose which two topics they are most interested in and will eat, connect, and discuss with others of similar interests. We will have two rotations of 30-minute Table Topics discussions, with a break in-between to get dessert and switch tables. Each attendee will have the opportunity to participate in two different topic discussions or to network at one of our general networking tables that will have no set topic or facilitator.

    Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity! Click here to learn more about the annual meeting. Click here to register today!

    This year’s featured Table Topics and facilitators will include:

    Exporting to China

    • Jim Lambert (Nashville, TN)
      • TNCN Board Chair
      • Director of Craft Sales – Asia at Yakima Chief Hops

     

    Evolving China Investment Trends

    • Steven Gu (Atlanta, GA)
      • TNCN Board Member
      • Founder of Hamanit International

     

    Customs & Shipping Strategies for Navigating Tariffs

    • Derek McKenny, LCB
      • Regional Director, Customs House Brokerage Services at Kuehne + Nagel

     

    Managing Currency Risk in Uncertain Times

    • Geoff Brown (Charlotte, NC)
      • Director – Foreign Exchange at Fifth Third Bank

     

    Belt & Road Initiative

    • Henry Yu (Atlanta, GA)
      • President of Hong Kong Association of Atlanta

     

    Chinese Economic & Political Reforms

    • Jeremy Goldkorn (Nashville, TN)
      • TNCN Board Member
      • Editor-in-Chief at SupChina.com

     

    General Networking

    • No facilitator

     

    Thank you to our event sponsors for helping make this event possible!

     

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    Bronze Sponsors

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    University Sponsors

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