Computing is holding a roundtable on Tuesday 27th April, and we would very much like you to join our discussion.
Much attention has been devoted to China's potential as the next global superpower, and the business opportunities that could come with this. However, there are still many questions to be addressed around this relatively unchartered territory, particularly in terms of using Chinese networks to facilitate operations in Europe.
This roundtable will focus on the opportunities and pitfalls associated with China. It will be unique in its exclusive focus on IT and telecommunications services.
In this roundtable discussion you will have the opportunity to share your thoughts on the challenges and opportunities of doing business in China and with specialist Chinese service providers.
We have invited a range of participants for what we are sure will prove a lively and informative debate. The discussion at Broadwick Street London, will take place between 8.30am and 10am, followed by an informal brunch and networking. The discussion will then be editorially covered in Computing.
Attendance to this event is free. To confirm your place please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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