LBQA Sister City Association - 13th Annual Luncheon Honoring Consul General Zhang Yun and Celebrating the 60th Anniversary of China With Keynote Speaker Mr. Patrick Mulcahy, Team China/California LLC Friday, December 4th, 2009 at the Long Beach Hilton Hotel – 11:30 – 1:30 pm
LONG BEACH, CA – The Long Beach Qingdao Sister City Association will hold its 13th Annual LBQA Luncheon, Friday, December 4th, 2009 at the Long Beach Hilton Hotel, 11:30 – 1:30 pm. This year the LBQA will be honoring Zhang Yun Consul General of the Peoples Republic of China’s in Los Angeles ,celebrating the 6oth Anniversary of China. Keynote Patrick D. Mulcahy of Team China will speak on the changing markets for Chinese and American businesses and what is next on the horizon.
“Ambassador Zhang Yun continues to be a strong supporter of LBQA and has done much to open new avenues of culture and business between the U.S. and China,” states Mr. David Zanatta, President of LBQA. “Together with the Ambassador, his staff and our LBQA sponsors (listed below), we have grown our membership and programs, while strengthening our City’s relationship with Qingdao, now one of the largest ports in N.E. Asia.”
Each year this luncheon sells out, becoming one of the premier events for the Association and its membership. Early reservations are recommended.. Keynote speaker Patrick D. Mulcahy, President, Team China/California LLC. will speak on China and what American businesses need to know about the changing business climate between China and the U.S. Mr. Mulcahy has more than two decades of experience in China in the management of joint venture agreements, international finance, and engineering of infrastructure projects, import/export and China market expansion strategies for USA equipment and technologies. Through his many associations, he has developed strategic partners in Beijing, Jilin Province, Shanghai, Shenyang and Chengdu, Sichuan. Mr. Mulcahy’s topic will be: China - 300 million new buyers ... “What do they need from us?”
Sponsors for the event include: The Port of Long Beach; The Boeing Company; The City of Long Beach; Keesal, Young and Logan law firm; JCA Resources, Inc.; The Barton Group; The Packaging Company; California State University, Long Beach; California State University, San Bernardino; Long Beach City College; City of Long Beach Economic Development Department: Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific, the Long Beach Convention and Visitors Bureau and the LA Consul General’s Office.
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