Acquiring investors in far eastern Asia – cultural differences

Training is addressed to representatives of institutions responsible for the regional economic development (local self-government units, local development agencies, entrepreneurship centers, entities managing the industrial and technological parks, companies interested in cooperation with enterprises in the Far East Asia).

DURATION:
1 day

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Executive Courses

The training is addressed to representatives of institutions responsible for the regional economic development (local self-government units, local development agencies, entrepreneurship centers, entities managing the industrial and technological parks, companies interested in cooperation with enterprises in the Far East Asia).

Moreover, the participants of the training will gain knowledge about the possibilities of fruitful cooperation with prospective investors that are planning to set their investments in the local communities. The subject of the training covers also the cultural differences in investment managing in Asia and the specificity of cooperation and negotiation with the companies in the Far East Asia region.

 

Curriculum
The training is conducted in one day. Its curriculum is prepared by highly-esteemed expert aware of the specifics of different cultures and is composed of four modules:

  • Gaining and servicing Chinese investors: cultural differences

  • Business meeting: savoir vivre, diplomatic protocol

  • Negotiating with cultural awareness

  • Japanese otherness

  • Indochina: the unique region