The best way to deal with the dynamics in and from East Asia is to share experiences, network and exchange ideas. We have responded to the growing need of companies from the Lake Constance region and create a forum for direct and open dialogue between industry and research.
This first get-together will take place on 3 October 2019, starting at 5 pm, as part of the EAMSA Annual Meeting. The “Eyes on Asia” event will provide decision-makers with seamless access to regional expertise. Participants can look forward to exciting talks about one of the most dynamic economic regions in the world.
Lasting Impulses for the Lake Constance Region
The Annual Meeting and the Networking Dinner are the starting point for the establishment of a regional forum on Asia. With the "East Asia Observatory", we are creating a hub that will develop and sustain partnership opportunities for all decision-makers and academics who would like to know more about Asia. East Asia is an attractive market for the Lake Constance region – in terms of trade, value chains or investment – and will undoubtedly continue to play a critical role in the coming years. We will regularly report on business-focused topics. By taking a fresh look at the challenges from East Asia, our platform will decisively inform the debate on innovation, productivity and growth in the region.
Join us and be part of our knowledge network!
We are proud to announce the following talks:
Innovation and Asian Megacities - The Next Level of Mobility- new development options with ART technology Reinhard Fitz, Head of International Business Development, Doppelmayr Indonesia in turbulent times: How resilient is its economy? Clemens Machal, Head of ADVANTAGE AUSTRIA Indonesia & Commercial Counsellor at the Austrian Embassy in Jakarta
Ageing Owners in Japan: Business succession planning as a market entry opportunity Markus Thinnes, Owner at MTeX K.K (Tokyo)
Radical business model transformation in Singapore Alexander Zimmermann, University of Liechtenstein
Is the automotive industry ready for disruption? Perspectives from China Sascha Singer, CEO thyssenkrupp Presta Schönebeck GmbH
When: 3 October 2019 Where: FH Vorarlberg Time: 17 – 20 Uhr Language: Englisch Format: Networking Dinner with Keynotes
Your Contact Priv.-Doz. Dr. Sierk A. Horn Professor for International Management
FH Vorarlberg University of Applied Sciences CAMPUS V, Hochschulstraße 1 6850 Dornbirn, Austria
Telefon: +43 5572 792 3315
LH Markus Wallner gratulierte Katharina Koutnik, Stefan Sauer und ihrem Team zum gelungenen Werk.
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