May 24, 2012 (Thursday), 14:00-19:00 @ Chamber of Commerce Rotterdam, Blaak 40, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

The PRC is still the largest supplier in the world. Many companies source and buy in China. More and more companies are producing in China and a growing number of companies are discovering that they can also sell in China.

At the seminar “Key management concepts for successful operations in China” international expert speakers will focus on how you can operate successfully in the Chinese markets. They will also focus on how you can use Hong Kong as a platform for these activities. Experts will share their experiences and tell you how you can seize the opportunities China is now offering you.

Presentations at this seminar will be conducted in Dutch or English.

Fees: The participation costs are € 65 per person excluding VAT, including drinks and snacks. Members of the Hong Kong Chamber of Commerce in the Netherlands pay € 55 excluding VAT. Click here to register.


Wednesday, March 21 from 14:30 - 19:00 at AKD, Wilhelminakade 1 (Maastoren), Rotterdam

The focus of the Chinese economy is shifting from low-cost production focused on export to a market that focuses on efficient production and innovation. In the new five-year plan drawn up by the Chinese central government, extra attention and resources are used to attract foreign companies in sectors such as high-end equipment manufacturing industries.

If you want to be successfully active in China you should keep informed about new insights into management and operational issues that are important for providing a supply chain. Producing and supplying to high growth sectors such as agri-food industry or high tech manufacturing, while protecting your intellectual property are examples of items that must be carefully thought through.

Are you currently active in China, or are you planning to be active in China in the near future, do you want to know more about Operations Management in China and what support you can expect here? Please This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  and talk to experienced entrepreneurs about how they dealt with these kinds of problems.


Wednesday, February 8, 18:30-21:30 at Shanghai Marriott City Center

China is in the midst of a process of change. The cheap manufacturing center of the past is rapidly becoming a significant purchasing power in the global market. Evolving and sophisticated the Chinese market now offers new opportunities and poses unique management challenges. It requires a well thought business strategy to gain a market share while facing strong local competition.

Arie Schreier, Vice President of PTL Group, will give an update of the main economic trends in China which affect international industrial companies operating in China. He will also share effective ways of setting up and managing operations in China.


Wednesday, 7 March 2012 - 17.30 -19.30hrs - in the IFT Offices at The Bridge, Clerkenwell Road, London, UK

This new workshop in the Institute for Turnaround's Professional Development programme has been produced with the support of PTL Group and in particularly, Zvi Shalgo, Chairman and CEO of PTL Group.

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The Manufacturers Association of Israel (MAI) invites its members to a professional seminar "New Models for Setting up & Managing Operations in China"

Monday, January 2nd, 2012 15:00-19:30

The seminar is designated for industrialists who have an interest in the Chinese market.

Click here to download presentations from the seminar (Hebrew)


Venue: FME, Boerhaavelaan 40, Zoetermeer, The Netherlands

Setting up a production facility and increase sales in China for the Dutch equipment manufacturing and food processing industry.


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