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Takeo Harada & Jonathan Geldart
How to do business in East Asia: A High-level Networking Event With Takeo Harada & Jonathan Geldart

East Asia has long been a crucially important region in world politics and economics, particularly with the rise of China, which is likely to become the world’s largest economy in the next twenty years.
 
Now with tensions rising in East Asia, how should UK businesses successfully navigate themselves to do business in this region, particularly China? What are the hidden insights?
 
LID Publishing, the fifth largest publishing house in Europe brings two of its key experts together to give their understanding. This discussion will be moderated by Ben Walker, Editor of Dialogue Review, a publication produced by the prestigious Duke University:
Takeo Harada
Author, leading international strategist and CEO of the Institute of International Strategy and Information Analysis; and a former Japanese diplomat. Devoted to enhancing business activities in both Japanese and global markets, with a variety of consultancy programmes, he actively participates in the decision making of the global agenda, as a member of B20 and ICC G20 CEO advisory group.
His latest book, Pax Japonica provides new and astounding insight into Japan's role in the global economy.
Jonathan Geldart
A published author, adviser and speaker on the cultural and business aspects of China. He is a senior leader in an international accounting organisation with significant presence in China as well as over 135 other countries. Jonathan has been visiting and working in China for over seven years in addition to many other emerging markets during his career.
There will be a special book signing with Mr Harada
Friday 24 November
2pm - 5pm
Foyles Bookstore
107 Charing Cross Road, London


Please RSVP to:
charlotte.reynard@lidpublishing.com
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