Dear Colleagues,

The China Business Studies Initiative (CBSI) at University of San Francisco
will be hosting its inaugural international conference "Cracking the U.S.
Market: Opportunities & Threats for Chinese Multinationals" in San
Francisco, Feb 26-28, 2015. The conference is co-sponsored by

   - Bank of China (中国银行)
   - East China University of Science and Technology, China (华东理工大学)
   - Center for Asia Pacific Studies at University of San Francisco

We have already secured an exciting group of speakers, including:

   - Marshall Meyer, Tsai Wan-Tsai Professor Emeritus, Wharton School of
   Business, University of Pennsylvania
   - Mike Peng, Jindal Chair of Global Strategy, the University of Texas at
   - Mary Yoko Brannen, Deputy Editor, Journal of International Business
   Studies, University of Victoria and INSEAD;
   - Justin Tan, Newmont Endowed Chair in Business Strategy, Schulich
   School of Business, York University
   - Mary Teagarden, Editor, Thunderbird International Business Review,
   Thunderbird School of Global Management
   - Peter Ping Li, Professor, Copenhangen Business School
   - Richard Huang, Secretary General, China General Chamber of Commerce
   and former Ambassador to UN
   - Tokuchi Tatsuhito, Managing Director & Chairman of the Investment
   Banking Committee, CITIC Securities Co., Ltd.

*We invite you to submit your work to the conference. The online submission
deadline will pass tomorrow, but you may still send your work via email at *
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Thank you.

Best regards,
Program Co-chair
Dr. Liang Wang

Assistant Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship
School of Management
University of San Francisco
2130 Fulton Street, San Francisco, CA, U.S.A. 94117-1080
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Cracking the U.S. Market:
Opportunities & Threats for Chinese Multinationals
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2015 | Conference

October 15, 2014 | Call for Abstracts

*How are Chinese firms addressing the challenges faced in the U.S.? What
are the strengths and weaknesses of Chinese multinationals implementing a
sales force, R&D, and even manufacturing across the United States?*

The China Business Studies Initiative (CBSI) at the University of San
Francisco is pleased to invite you to our first annual international
conference that aims to address the issues faced by Chinese multinationals
seeking to crack the U.S. market. Join us as we discuss and share knowledge
and insights, evaluate the impact of current policy, and set a research
agenda for the future.

This interactive, two-day conference will *feature panel discussions and
roundtables for a robust exchange of ideas, strategies, and solutions* to
the challenges that face Chinese business seeking to invest in the United

*Conference participants will also enjoy an informative and exciting
exploration of the magnificent building of the San Francisco City Hall led
by its chief historian and a wine-tasting tour of the world-famous wine
We look forward to seeing you there!

Thank you,
USF China Business Studies Initiative

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