2013 China-Canada Services Outsourcing Exchange & Cooperation Seminar

As China moves up the technology development curve and also focuses on increasing consumption, the opportunities for collaboration are evolving for Canadian companies. China as a sourcing destination, China as a value chain partner, China as a market… all of these bring opportunities as well as challenges, some of which can be resolved by services offered by our visiting delegation.

Please join us for a morning of insight with a prestigious group from the China Council for International Investment Promotion (CCIIP), followed by lunch. This event is free of charge and provides excellent learning and networking opportunities with other CCBC members as well as officials from MOFCOM and officials/executives from locations including Yunnan, Hangzhou, Xi’an and Guangzhou.

Detailed Event Information

Date: 8:30 AM to 2:00 PM, October 4, 2013

Location: The Fairmont Royal York, Toronto, Canada 

Price: Free admission, but advance registration is required

For delegate list, please click here.


8:30 AM Registration Starts

9:15 AM Program Starts

Seminar topics include:
  • Growing Canada’s market share in China – How collaboration with and investment from China can help - Sarah Kutulakos, Executive Director and COO of CCBC

  • Panel Discussion – Success Stories from Innovative Industries – moderated by HONG Gang, Chairman, the Outsourcing Committee of CCBC. Panelists:

    • Dana Fox, Founder & Vice Chair, ClevrU Corporation
    • LI Tong, Vice President, Beyondsoft Information Technology Co. Ltd
    • Scott Bradley, Vice President, Huawei Canada
  • Canadian Success Stories of Innovation and Global Outsourcing Opportunities - Matthew Saunders, President, Ryerson Futures

  • China’s Service Outsourcing Industry Development Status and Policies - Mr. WAN Lianpo, Deputy Director General of Department of Trade in Services and Commercial Services of MOFCOM

  • Analysis of China’s IT Service Providers - ZHOU Ming, Executive Vice President of CCIIP

12:00 PM Lunch / Open Discussion


Supported by: 

 cciip logo   chinasourcing