Doing Business in China 2012

Global Enterprise Network

Build your export markets by attending a program
devoted to one of the most important markets.

This program will cover a broad range of subjects:

  • An overview of the economic situation in China
  • Presentation by the US Foreign Commercial Officer in China
  • Resources to help through the Internaitonal Trade Administration
  • Practical advice from the an experienced exporter to China



  Welcome and Introduction
Herbert Ouida, Consultant, Global Enterprise Network, Office of Global Learning, Fairleigh Dickinson University (Moderator)
  Should China Be in Your International Business Plans?
Cathy Feig,United States Foreign Commercial Officer in China
  How to protect your Intellectual Property and succeed in China
Market Access and Compliance (MAC), Office of China and Mongolia
Janice Wingo or Christopher Wong, International Trade Specialist
  Resources Available through the International Trade Administration
Susan Widmer, Acting Director Northern NJ Export Assistance Center
  Practical Pointers plus Flushing - the Bridge between the Chinese and US Business Communities as well as Exporting Tips
Michael Meyer, President, F&T Group & Lisa Xi Director, F&T Group
  The Do’s and Don’ts of Trade Shows in China
Christina Alonge and Michelle Bonina, Reed Exhibitions
  Unlock Customs with the Merchandise Passport for Trade Shows in China
Amanda Barlow, U.S. Council for International Business
  Fedex as your partner in China
Rose Geissler, International Sales Executive, FedEx
  How to use KOMPASS to find qualified partners in China? How to reach potential customers in China by advertising on KOMPASS in Chinese?
Rufiya Blank, Vice President of Kompass North America




Event Details:

Date: November 14, 2012

Time: 8:30 a.m. to noon
Location: Multipurpose Room, Student Union Building, Metropolitan Campus, FDU, Teaneck, NJ

Google Maps Directions to FDU



Registrations are open now and are required for the event.

Ticket prices are $35 (includes continental Breakfast) for general admissions. Students pay only $10 (valid student ID required).


For more information, contact:

Herbert Ouida
(201) 803-1366

Sarah Horn
(201) 692-7362

Office of Global Learning
285 Madison Avenue,
Mail Code: M-MS1-06,
Suite: The Mansion MV-11A
Madison, New Jersey 07940