Nanmac Chief to Address U.S. Business Leaders Looking to Succeed in China

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Nanmac President Dan Nanigian to speak at Making It Work In China, sponsored by the Greater China Business Council of New England, at Goulston & Storrs, on Oct. 7, 2008. If you need more information on succeeding in China, please call 617-692-0165 or visit http://www.myvillage.us/booking/book.asp?Ref=User&EventID=460

Nanmac Corporation, leading supplier of thermocouples to industry since 1956, will send its President, Dan Nanigian to speak at Making it Work In China, sponsored by the Greater China Business Council of New England.

Nanigian has several years of first-hand knowledge of how to establish sales and distribution operations in China. Last October, he visited a new customer for Nanmac's thermocouples, which turns out to be the largest Carbon producer on the planet.    

According to Nanigian: "There's a common misconception that building business overseas takes longer than it does domestically. In our experience, it doesn't take longer, it just requires you to adapt your sales approach."The event will occur at Goulston & Storrs, located at 400 Atlantic Avenue, Boston, MA, on October 7, 2008, starting at 8am.

For more information, please call 617-692-0165 or visit http://www.myvillage.us/booking/book.asp?Ref=User&EventID=460

About GCBCNEThe Greater China Business Council of New England is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the growth of business between organizations in Greater China and those in New England through commercial, educational and cultural relationships. The Greater China Business Council of New England will achieve its objectives by sponsoring and providing platforms and venues for business introductions and referrals, meeting and networking opportunities, and the sharing of business intelligence. To learn more or to become a member, visit our web site at http://www.gcbc- ne.org

About NanmacNanmac designs and manufactures temperature sensors and related products and services to automotive, aerospace, defense, medical, plastics, energy and electronics companies in the U.S. and thirty other countries. Learn more at http://www.nanmac.com
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