China Market Prospects and Manpower Requirement

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"China Market Prospects and Manpower Requirement"

Date:

10 May 2010 (Mon)

Time:

7pm-9pm

Venue:

Serena Yang Lecture Theatre of Homantin Campus

Speaker:

Mr. Winson Wat


Mr Wat has 12 years of work experience in mainland China and is now a Regional Sales Director of Dah Chong Hong Motors (China) Limited responsible for developing the car market in China. In recent years, rich people in China love to buy cars. As business cars are being replaced with new models every three years, the prospects of the mainland car market look very promising. Mr Wat obtained the OUHK’s MBA degree in 2003 and Master of Laws degree in Chinese Business Law in 2009. He will talk about the future of the China market and mainlanders’ work culture.

The talk was given to 150 attendees by alumnus Mr Wilson Wat, Regional Sales Director of Dah Chong Hong Motors (China) Limited, who anticipated that the prospects of the mainland car market would be very promising. He reminded those who want to work in the mainland to note its different work environment and culture, and to get well prepared.

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