“As we grow further into China and other emerging markets, Bull Consulting considers opportunities such as this of great importance,“ Says Ele Kauderer, CEO of The Bull Consulting Group.
New York, NY (PRWEB) October 28, 2011
The Bull Consulting explores additional opportunities in China.
On October 27, 2011, The Bull Consulting will be attending, as an invited guest, an event sponsored by The Greater New York Chamber of Commerce and Invest Shenzhen.
“Shenzhen: China’s City of Innovation and Entrepreneurship” with special guests Major Xu Qin of the Municipal government of Shenzhen, P.R. China. For more information or to attend please see here https://www.ny-chamber.com/calendar_detail.asp?id=617.
As China’s first special economic zone, and a city with a population of 14 million, Shenzhen represents one of China’s most diverse and robust markets. Mayor Xu and a delegation of business and municipal government leaders are visiting New York to explore opportunities for bilateral business and investment in Shenzhen.
“As we grow further into China and other emerging markets, Bull Consulting considers opportunities such as this of great importance,“ Says Ele Kauderer, CEO of The Bull Consulting Group, ”I expect that our expertise in Hi-Tech industry, experience with government leaders, and our proven ability to enhance the future of companies and communities will be recognized by Shenzhen leaders. I look forward to the opportunity to work with Mayor Xu and the delegation accompanying him to New York City.”
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