Start date: 29/10/2019 10:00

End date: 29/10/2019 11:00

Venue: China-Britain Business Council

Costs: Free

Open for: Members Only

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Roundtable Meeting with Development Zone Management Division of Shandong Department of Commerce (London)

Our Event

October 29
CBBC is delighted to host a roundtable meeting with a delegation from Development Zone Management Division of Department of Commerce of Shandong Province.
The delegation is looking forward to promoting Shandong industry zones and introducing the key companies in the development zone, covering sectors of machinery and mechanics, bluetooth digital control facilities, laser technology and construction material.
It is a great opportunity for enterprises who wish to learn about developments and opportunities in Shandong province.
Delegate list:
First Name Last Name Position Organisation
Zhanjun Zhang Level 4
Development Zone Management Division of Department of Commerce of Shandong Province
Qingjun Zhang Deputy Director Free Trade Zone Division of Department of Commerce of Shandong Province
Hui Zheng Deputy Director Management Committee of Shandong Yanzhou Industrial Park
Lidong Zhang Deputy Director Shandong Zichuan Economic Development Zone Management Committe
Shenglong Ning Deputy
Administrative Committee of Longkou Economic Development Zone
Sheng Cao Vice Director Administrative Committee of Zhaoyuan Economic&Technological Development Zone
Yonghai Yuan Vice President Shandong Goldentide Company Limited
Jianpeng Wang General Manager Longkou Bluetooth Nc Equipment Co., Ltd.
Jingchuan Yan Chairman Shandong Leize Intelligent Technology Co.,Ltd.
Zhiming Liu Chairman Shandong Taizhan Mechanical and Electrical Technology Co.,Ltd.
Shuang Xu Deputy General Manager Shandong Qilu Yunshang Digital Technology Co., Ltd.
Shandong, an eastern Chinese province on the Yellow Sea, is known for its Taoist and Confucian heritage. It was also home to the ancient state of Qi, the last kingdom conquered by Qin Shi Huang, who proclaimed himself China’s first emperor in 219 B.C. in a ceremony on Taishan Mountain. One of China’s most sacred peaks, Taishan features shrines, stone tablets and pilgrimage trails.