Swansea Business School host Chinese Business Event


The Swansea Business School at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) will host presentation sessions focussed on Business and Exporting with China.

The presentations will take place on Thursday January 14th 2016 from 4:30pm to 6:00pm. There will be a buffet at 4.30pm followed by the presentations at 5pm at the Swansea Business Campus.

Dan Li-Dunford, an experienced Chinese female entrepreneur will be presenting The Importance of Understanding the Chinese Mentality and Culture when doing Business with China.

Dan Li-Dunford has worked in the Import-Export Sector in China for over 10 years; she now works in International Procurement for an import agency in Bath and teaches inter-cultural communication at the Foreign Languages Centre.

Dan Li-Dunford will lead an expert session for students at 2pm on the 14th. The session will be an informal opportunity to meet Dan and ask any questions. Students who are interested in this session should contact Steve Griffiths, Assistant Dean steve.griffiths@uwtsd.ac.uk

This event is supported by The Confucius Institute at UWTSD. The Confucius Institute at UWTSD is the doorway into China for schools, university students, businesses and communities in Wales. Set up with the backing of the Chinese Ministry of Education, The Confucius Institute is a major centre for Mandarin provision in Wales.

The School of Business, Finance and Management at UWTSD delivers a well-established and progressive portfolio of undergraduate, postgraduate, research and professional courses in Management related subjects in the heart of Swansea city. The School takes an applied, employment-focused approach which includes practical work experience, opportunities for international work placements, innovative student-led approaches to learning and cutting edge ‘Master classes’ delivered by leading professionals and academics.

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