8:00am Registration/Coffee/Sponsors' Exhibitions 8:20am – 2:15pm Conference (lunch included) Hosted by the Human Capital Committee As China prepares for its next stage of development, internationally capable executives required to get there are in great demand . Many Chinese enterprises plan to go global but lack the talent to do so. Multinational companies (MNCs), increasingly reliant on China to achieve their global growth objectives, are seeing their talent requirements rise commensurately. Top talent in China never had so many choices. In 2005 McKinsey estimated that China then had 5,000 globally capable business leaders but would need 75,000 by 2015 to support the globalization of Chinese enterprises. And this did not consider the needs of multinationals active in China.
It used to be that international companies were the preferred employersfor China's new workforce. But, with the growing strength of China and Chinese companies, how is the demand for internationally capable talent impacting employers and potential employees? What are companies doing to attract, keep and engage the talent they need? AmCham's 21st Human Capital Conference will explore the talent challenge in China. Hear from thought leaders, CEOs and Senior HR leaders about how they are positioning their organizations for success in Greater China and becoming the preferred employers. Target Audience: Business leaders looking for unique keys to success to include CEOs, VPs, MDs and anyone who is interested in success in Global China
Renaissance Harbour View Hotel Hong Kong Concord Rooms, 8/F 1 Harbour Road Wan Chai, Hong Kong