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Thorsten FisherPeter SissonsInternational Trade Forum - Bristol

09:30 - 14:30 December 9th 2008
HP Labs 300 seat auditorium

10:00 am: China market update and seminar hosted by the China-Britain Business Council.

Phil MorrisonJohn DaviePeter Gold11:30 am: Peter Sissons is the host of Question Time, panel features Thorsten Fisher, Senior Economic Advisor, RBS, Professor Peter Gold, Director, Regional Language Network, John Davie, Vice Chairman of British Expertise and Phil Morrison, CEO of Freightnet.

Networking reception preceeds luncheon.

Sponsored by
  Royal Bank of Scotland UK Trade & Investment

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E-booking is now closed - we do, however, have places remaining which can be applied for, and paid for, on arrival by completing a booking form.

About our prevous events;

A full house of international traders and business leaders attended "the most significant international trade event to take place in Bristol for years" at Gloucester County Cricket Ground on December 12th 2007.

  Supported by
  China-Britain Business Council
  Regional Language Network South East
  Kwintessential Cross Cultural Solutions

The combination of a Morning China market update and seminar hosted by the China-Britain Business Council, followed by a Question Time panel featuring Andrew Cahn CMG (Chief Executive, UK Trade & Investment), Hugh Davies CMG (Chairman, China Assoc & Board Member CBBC), Thorsten Fischer (Senior Economic Advisor, RBS), John Davie (Vice- Chairman, British Expertise), Professor Alan Barrell (Entrepreneur in Residence, Cambridge University), Dr Peter Gold (Director, Regional Language Network) and Dr John Savage (Chairman, Business West) hosted by Broadcaster and Journalist Peter Sissons was extremely well received and provoked lively debate and discussion on topical international trade issues of the day.

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Hugh Davies
Hugh Davies with Premier Wen Jiabao in London
Hugh Davies CMG - Chairman of the China Association and CBBC Board Member and Question Time panellist
Hugh was born in India and educated at Cambridge, followed by 33 years HM Diplomatic Service, specialising in China. Served: Hong Kong (twice), Peking (twice), Bonn, Paris (OECD). His final posting was as Ambassador negotiating the handover in Hong Kong (1993-97). He was then employed by, successively: Prudential, MG Rover, Old Mutual - all seeking China help. Hugh is now a consultant with Orient Asian Partners working on VC & PE projects in China.
Hugh Davies
Hugh Davies with Deng Xiaoping in 1985
Peter Sissons Professor Alan Barrell John Savage Andrew Cahn
Peter Sissons
Question Time host
Professor Alan Barrell
Entrepreneur in
Residence Cambridge
Dr John Savage
Executive Chairman
Business West
Andrew Cahn
Chief Executive UKTI

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