Interviews

Reorganising the European Chamber’s working groups

European Chamber Vice President Bertrand de la Noue explains why the Executive Committee took the important decision to reorganise the Chamber’s working groups and how this will improve member interaction with Chinese authorities while ensuring that our messaging is more consistent.

The Executive Interview: Clas Neumann

Clas Neumann has been involved in SAP’s China business since 1995, when SAP created their first subsidiary in Beijing, a 100 per cent owned branch of SAP AG in Germany located within Tsinghua University’s campus.

Maintaining Standards

An interview with Jun Zhang, Chair of the European Chamber’s Standards and Conformity Assessment Working Group.

In the driving seat

An interview with Serafino Bartolozzi, Chair of the European Chamber’s Automotive Components Working Group.

The quality controller

An interview with Cyrus Ma, Vice Chairman of the Chamber’s Quality and Safety Services Working Group

A Chair with a View

Elliot Papageorgiou has been an active contributor to the Chamber’s Intellectual Property Rights Working Group

Interview: Joanna Drake, Director for Entrepreneurship and SMEs, DG GROW

This year marks the 6th anniversary of the EU-China SME Dialogue.

Journey from the West: personal insights on China’s remarkable journey

Originally trained as a barrister, Jeanne-Marie Gescher first came to China in 1987 to teach at Peking University (Beida).

Onwards and upwards

The European Chamber has developed our 2014–2017 Strategy Review, which promises improvements to our member services in a number of areas.