CBBC plans to hold the "UK-China Human Resource Management Forum" on 22nd June in Guangzhou and 23rd in Shenzhen. Through this event British experts in the Human Resource sector may present their suggestions and experiences to their Chinese counterparts and by doing so help promote cooperation, an exchange of ideas and an opportunity to identify future business opportunities under the "Belt and Road" Initiative.
Since 2013, when President Xi proposed the "One Belt One Road" strategy, China has achieved substantial progress and has driven the development of many industries and has required the mobilisation of a large number of key elements. Facing the new challenges and new opportunities brought by building the "Belt and Road", enterprises have been required to reform and transform their internal management in order to adapt to the market changes and needs.
An enterprise’s development depends heavily on its talent pool. During this process of change, companies need to work out new human resources management scheme in order to respond to the enterprise’s new business development strategy. Britain, as one of the most developed countries in the world, possesses and implements an advanced human resource management philosophy that makes a great contribution to enhancing the nation’s economy. CBBC has closely followed the "Belt and Road" Strategy and published three serial editions of "Belt and Road" Initiatives analysis reports in the past three years. Lord Sassoon, the Chairman of CBBC, presented the first edition of the report to President Xi during his first official visit to Britain in 2015.
Scale: 80-100 people per event
-Decision makers or staff from HR/Law departments of
-Representatives from HR service companies
14:00-14:20 Opening Speech
14:20-14:40 An Overview of Guangdong 's Human Resources Status
14:40-16:00 Theme speeches by British Companies with related HR experiences to share and discuss:
16:00-16:20 Experiences sharing by UK/Chinese companies HR Departments
16:20-17:00 Networking or one-to-one matching (with tea break served)
To learn more, please contact Rita Huang.
Tel: +86 (0)20-8883 2120 ext. 808