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Join our Discussion on “EHS: Environment, Health and Safety | What Do We Need to Know”, September 29th, Shanghai

Shanghai
29 September 2021
Dear members and friends, The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC) is glad to invite you to the seminar “EHS: Environment, Health and Safety | What Do We Need to Know”, which will be held ONLINE and OFFLINE at the CICC Shanghai office on September 29th, 2021, from 3 pm to 5 pm (Beijing time). The seminar will focus on the safety policy that includes the identification and compliance of a company's manufacturing standards, with particular attention to workplace conditions. Interested in joining? Scan the QR code on the flyer to sign up!      At the seminar, we will provide professional advice to answer the above question perfectly. Speakers Andrea Sorgato, Lawer Zunarelli Studio Legale Associato  Andrea Sorgato is Associate of Zunarelli Law Firm, Shanghai. He is specialized in Healthcare & Life Sciences. He assists companies in agreements with NHS and BMI funds, labor contracts, market access, reimbursement, generics, IPR protection, drug registration, biosimilars, public procurement, agreements with distributors, CRO, and Clinical Trials agreements and protocols. Andrea also provides legal advice to companies operating in other industries on company law, international and domestic contracts and commercial law, and other practice areas involved in foreign direct investments. He is member of the editing board of Magazine “Rassegna di diritto farmaceutico e della salute” (Magazine of Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Law), founded in 1969.  "By relying on a large team of experts in all the main branches of law, and on well-established relations with other renowned firms and professionals specializing in other legal and economic areas, we are able to offer our Clients efficient assistance in every critical phase of business, but ˗ more and more often ˗ also preventive advice aimed at avoiding possible critical issues arising from the rapid changes in the relevant legal frameworks." Alessia Lai, Business Developer Responsabilitas  With 6 years of experience in China (Beijing, Chongqing, Shanghai), Alessia is a business developer with knowledge of innovation and business models variations within the luxury, fashion, and manufacturing sectors. Alessia is passionate about sustainability and looks at it as an opportunity for mankind to improve people’s life. For three years Alessia is working in the Shanghai office of Responsabilitas: a European company that provides audit, consulting, and training services for process optimization, risk mitigation, and impact innovation in the industry, with a special eye over social and environmental conditions in factories in the Chinese market. Among the others, Responsabilitas cooperate with several Maisons inside LVMH Group, NORAUTO, CARREFOUR, SANOFI, PSL – NIMES PARITECH. Responsabilitas motto is: “toward a safe, fair and sustainable supply chain”.  "For us, the important thing was to put people at the center of the discussion, rather than factories in general. Our focus is to make companies understand that they should need no reminder of the importance of ensuring an ethical supply chain and carry a serious and comprehensive due diligence. It is not only a moral question for businesses anymore, but also a question of avoiding the implications of falling foul of new laws." Bruno Lhopiteau, Managing Director Siveco China Bruno Lhopiteau is the Managing Director of Siveco China. The company helps infrastructure projects and industrial plants to optimize their assets lifecycle, to control industrial risks and to ensure regulatory compliance, through the implementation of Smart Operation & Maintenance solutions, with over 1,000 customer sites in China. Since 2010, Bruno Lhopiteau lectures on Industrial Risk Management at the Sino-European School of Technology of Shanghai University. Bruno has lived in China for over 20 years. "Experience proves that the weakest link in terms of risk management is not machines, processes, technologies but people. People make mistakes and the more advanced, the more computerized, the more 4.0 the plant, the more qualified people are needed to maintain it, to make complex decision, in an ever more complex environment." Moderator: Carlo Geremia, Coordinator of Intellectual Property Working Group (IPWG) and Salary Partner at ADVANT Nctm. Method: Hybrid Online/Offline Time & date: Wednesday September 29th 3.00-5.00 pm Place: CICC Shanghai Office, Weihai Road, 777, 2nd Floor, Room 202, Jing ’An District / 上海市, 静安区, 威海路777 Price: CICC members: 100 RMB Non-members: 200 RMB Agenda 3:00 - 3:15 Registration 3:15 - 3:20 Welcome speech 3:20 - 3:40 "New Work Safety Law: tasks and liabilities of responsible person and impact on business operations", speaker: Andrea Sorgato 3:40 - 4:00 "Work and safety in the Chinese factories – What are the Common mistakes and Best practices?", speaker: Alessia Lai 4:00 - 4:20 "Controlling your Industrial Risks: EHS from an operational perspective", speaker: Bruno Lhopiteau 4:20 - 5:00 Q&A Session Moderator: Carlo Geremia, Coordinator of Intellectual Property Working Group (IPWG) and Salary Partner at ADVANT Nctm.   Please note that questions proposed by the participants to the speaker experts need to be sent to infoshanghai@cameraitacina.com before the seminar taking place.   The CICC team

Join our Discussion on “EHS: Environment, Health and Safety | What Do We Need to Know”, September 29th, Shanghai

Shanghai
29 September 2021
Dear members and friends, The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC) is glad to invite you to the seminar “EHS: Environment, Health and Safety | What Do We Need to Know”, which will be held ONLINE and OFFLINE at the CICC Shanghai office on September 29th, 2021, from 3 pm to 5 pm (Beijing time). The seminar will focus on the safety policy that includes the identification and compliance of a company's manufacturing standards, with particular attention to workplace conditions. Interested in joining? Scan the QR code on the flyer to sign up!      At the seminar, we will provide professional advice to answer the above question perfectly. Speakers Andrea Sorgato, Lawer Zunarelli Studio Legale Associato  Andrea Sorgato is Associate of Zunarelli Law Firm, Shanghai. He is specialized in Healthcare & Life Sciences. He assists companies in agreements with NHS and BMI funds, labor contracts, market access, reimbursement, generics, IPR protection, drug registration, biosimilars, public procurement, agreements with distributors, CRO, and Clinical Trials agreements and protocols. Andrea also provides legal advice to companies operating in other industries on company law, international and domestic contracts and commercial law, and other practice areas involved in foreign direct investments. He is member of the editing board of Magazine “Rassegna di diritto farmaceutico e della salute” (Magazine of Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Law), founded in 1969.  "By relying on a large team of experts in all the main branches of law, and on well-established relations with other renowned firms and professionals specializing in other legal and economic areas, we are able to offer our Clients efficient assistance in every critical phase of business, but ˗ more and more often ˗ also preventive advice aimed at avoiding possible critical issues arising from the rapid changes in the relevant legal frameworks." Alessia Lai, Business Developer Responsabilitas  With 6 years of experience in China (Beijing, Chongqing, Shanghai), Alessia is a business developer with knowledge of innovation and business models variations within the luxury, fashion, and manufacturing sectors. Alessia is passionate about sustainability and looks at it as an opportunity for mankind to improve people’s life. For three years Alessia is working in the Shanghai office of Responsabilitas: a European company that provides audit, consulting, and training services for process optimization, risk mitigation, and impact innovation in the industry, with a special eye over social and environmental conditions in factories in the Chinese market. Among the others, Responsabilitas cooperate with several Maisons inside LVMH Group, NORAUTO, CARREFOUR, SANOFI, PSL – NIMES PARITECH. Responsabilitas motto is: “toward a safe, fair and sustainable supply chain”.  "For us, the important thing was to put people at the center of the discussion, rather than factories in general. Our focus is to make companies understand that they should need no reminder of the importance of ensuring an ethical supply chain and carry a serious and comprehensive due diligence. It is not only a moral question for businesses anymore, but also a question of avoiding the implications of falling foul of new laws." Bruno Lhopiteau, Managing Director Siveco China Bruno Lhopiteau is the Managing Director of Siveco China. The company helps infrastructure projects and industrial plants to optimize their assets lifecycle, to control industrial risks and to ensure regulatory compliance, through the implementation of Smart Operation & Maintenance solutions, with over 1,000 customer sites in China. Since 2010, Bruno Lhopiteau lectures on Industrial Risk Management at the Sino-European School of Technology of Shanghai University. Bruno has lived in China for over 20 years. "Experience proves that the weakest link in terms of risk management is not machines, processes, technologies but people. People make mistakes and the more advanced, the more computerized, the more 4.0 the plant, the more qualified people are needed to maintain it, to make complex decision, in an ever more complex environment." Moderator: Carlo Geremia, Coordinator of Intellectual Property Working Group (IPWG) and Salary Partner at ADVANT Nctm.  Method: Hybrid Online/Offline Time & date: Wednesday September 29th 3.00-5.00 pm Place: CICC Shanghai Office, Weihai Road, 777, 2nd Floor, Room 202, Jing ’An District / 上海市, 静安区, 威海路777 Price: CICC members: 100 RMB Non-members: 200 RMB Agenda 3:00 - 3:15 Registration 3:15 - 3:20 Welcome speech 3:20 - 3:40 "New Work Safety Law: tasks and liabilities of responsible person and impact on business operations", speaker: Andrea Sorgato 3:40 - 4:00 "Work and safety in the Chinese factories – What are the Common mistakes and Best practices?", speaker: Alessia Lai 4:00 - 4:20 "Controlling your Industrial Risks: EHS from an operational perspective", speaker: Bruno Lhopiteau 4:20 - 5:00 Q&A Session Moderator: Mr Carlo Geremia, Coordinator of Intellectual Property Working Group (IPWG) and Salary Partner at ADVANT Nctm.   Please note that questions proposed by the participants to the speaker experts need to be sent to infoshanghai@cameraitacina.com before the seminar taking place.   The CICC team

CICC MEWG Business Networking Event | September 28th, Suzhou

Suzhou
28 September 2021
Dear Members and Friends, The Manufacturing Engineering Working Group (MEWG) of the China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC) kindly invites you to take part in the CICC MEWG Business Networking Event, organized in collaboration with our Suzhou Chapter. The informal meeting will take place on Tuesday, September 28th, at Il Milione in Suzhou (Jiangsu Tongli National Wetland Park, North Gate, Suzhou - 苏州市吴江区同里镇肖甸街道天空之村酒店), starting from 7:00 pm. The registration starts at 6:30 pm. During the informal meeting, the MEWG in cooperation with the Logistic Working Group (LWG) will discuss the topic "Containers and Shipping: Current Situation, Issues and Perspectives".  The dinner ticket price to be paid is 280 RMB, which includes buffet and drinks. Please note that this is an event with limited seats, and priority will be given to Members of the Manufacturing Engineering Working Group (MEWG), CICC Members and companies from the industrial manufacturing sector.     Interested in joining? Scan the QR code on the flyer to sign up!     Know more about MEWG The MEWG represents the interest of all Italian companies in China working directly or indirectly in the sector on a national base. MEWG Objectives ▪ Coordinate and promote all Italian members’ needs which are active in many different industries of the Chinese mechanical engineering sector (machinery, automotive, component manufacturers, mechanical engineering …); ▪ Promote and raise awareness on the size and the importance of the Italian technology in the sector to all institutions in China and Italy that are our natural counterparts, in order to develop business opportunities; ▪ Coordinate and promote activities and events that boost the visibility and the image of “Technology Made in Italy”; ▪ Inform all members on the topic Made in China 2025, particularly with regard to risks and opportunities for Italian businesses; ▪ Become a reference for all mechanical engineering companies within the China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC), lobbying private and public institutions active in the Chinese market.   For more information about the MEWG Group please contact infoshanghai@cameraitacina.com   Not a member yet?  Send an email to sh.projects@cameraitacina.com   For more information about the CICC Suzhou Chapter please contact infosuzhou@cameraitacina.com   The CICC Team

CICC MEWG Business Networking Event | September 28th, Suzhou

Suzhou
28 September 2021
Dear Members and Friends, The Manufacturing Engineering Working Group (MEWG) of the China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC) kindly invites you to take part in the CICC MEWG Business Networking Event, organized in collaboration with our Suzhou Chapter. The informal meeting will take place on Tuesday, September 28th, at Il Milione in Suzhou (Jiangsu Tongli National Wetland Park, North Gate, Suzhou - 苏州市吴江区同里镇肖甸街道天空之村酒店), starting from 7:00 pm. The registration starts at 6:30 pm. During the informal meeting, the MEWG in cooperation with the Logistic Working Group (LWG) will discuss the topic "Containers and Shipping: Current Situation, Issues and Perspectives".  The dinner ticket price to be paid is 280 RMB, which includes buffet and drinks. Please note that this is an event with limited seats, and priority will be given to Members of the Manufacturing Engineering Working Group (MEWG), CICC Members and companies from the industrial manufacturing sector.     Interested in joining? Scan the QR code on the flyer to sign up!     Know more about MEWG The MEWG represents the interest of all Italian companies in China working directly or indirectly in the sector on a national base. MEWG Objectives ▪ Coordinate and promote all Italian members’ needs which are active in many different industries of the Chinese mechanical engineering sector (machinery, automotive, component manufacturers, mechanical engineering …); ▪ Promote and raise awareness on the size and the importance of the Italian technology in the sector to all institutions in China and Italy that are our natural counterparts, in order to develop business opportunities; ▪ Coordinate and promote activities and events that boost the visibility and the image of “Technology Made in Italy”; ▪ Inform all members on the topic Made in China 2025, particularly with regard to risks and opportunities for Italian businesses; ▪ Become a reference for all mechanical engineering companies within the China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC), lobbying private and public institutions active in the Chinese market.   For more information about the MEWG Group please contact infoshanghai@cameraitacina.com   Not a member yet?  Send an email to sh.projects@cameraitacina.com   For more information about the CICC Suzhou Chapter please contact infosuzhou@cameraitacina.com   The CICC Team

Monthly Networking Dinner in Shanghai, September 22nd

Shanghai
22 September 2021
Dear Members and Friends, The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC) kindly invites you to take part in the next Monthly Networking Dinner. The networking event will take place on Wednesday, September 22nd, at Caminetto (1/F, The Roof, 458 Madang Lu, Huangpu District, Shanghai /上海市黄浦区恒基旭辉天地1楼,马当路458弄) starting from 7:30 pm. Registration starts at 7:00 pm. The dinner price to be paid online is 300 RMB, and it includes both dinner and drinks.   Why Monthly Networking Dinner? The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce organizes a monthly appointment in Shanghai in order to offer members and non-members an important networking opportunity. Since it is essential for us to raise the awareness of authentic and genuine Italian food and wine, we choose every month a different Italian restaurant as the venue for our informal dinners.   Interested in joining? Scan the QR code on the flyer to sign up!     The event is open to CICC Members and Non-Members!   Not a Member yet? Send an email to sh.projects@cameraitacina.com   The wine is sponsored by:   The CICC Team

Monthly Networking Dinner in Shanghai, September 22nd

Shanghai
22 September 2021
Dear Members and Friends, The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC) kindly invites you to take part in the next Monthly Networking Dinner. The networking event will take place on Wednesday, September 22nd, at Caminetto (1/F, The Roof, 458 Madang Lu, Huangpu District, Shanghai /上海市黄浦区恒基旭辉天地1楼,马当路458弄) starting from 7:30 pm. Registration starts at 7:00 pm. The dinner price to be paid online is 300 RMB, and it includes both dinner and drinks.   Why Monthly Networking Dinner? The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce organizes a monthly appointment in Shanghai in order to offer members and non-members an important networking opportunity. Since it is essential for us to raise the awareness of authentic and genuine Italian food and wine, we choose every month a different Italian restaurant as the venue for our informal dinners.   Interested in joining? Scan the QR code on the flyer to sign up!     The event is open to CICC Members and Non-Members!   Not a Member yet? Send an email to sh.projects@cameraitacina.com   The wine is sponsored by:   The CICC Team

CICC MEWG Business Networking Event | September 28th, Suzhou

Suzhou
28 September 2021
Dear Members and Friends, The Manufacturing Engineering Working Group (MEWG) of the China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC) kindly invites you to take part in the CICC MEWG Business Networking Event, organized in collaboration with our Suzhou Chapter. The informal meeting will take place on Tuesday, September 28th, at Il Milione in Suzhou (Jiangsu Tongli National Wetland Park, North Gate, Suzhou - 苏州市吴江区同里镇肖甸街道天空之村酒店), starting from 7:00 pm. The registration starts at 6:30 pm. During the informal meeting, the MEWG in cooperation with the Logistic Working Group (LWG) will discuss the topic "Containers and Shipping: Current Situation, Issues and Perspectives".  The dinner ticket price to be paid is 280 RMB, which includes buffet and drinks. Please note that this is an event with limited seats, and priority will be given to Members of the Manufacturing Engineering Working Group (MEWG), CICC Members and companies from the industrial manufacturing sector.     Interested in joining? Scan the QR code on the flyer to sign up!     Know more about MEWG The MEWG represents the interest of all Italian companies in China working directly or indirectly in the sector on a national base. MEWG Objectives ▪ Coordinate and promote all Italian members’ needs which are active in many different industries of the Chinese mechanical engineering sector (machinery, automotive, component manufacturers, mechanical engineering …); ▪ Promote and raise awareness on the size and the importance of the Italian technology in the sector to all institutions in China and Italy that are our natural counterparts, in order to develop business opportunities; ▪ Coordinate and promote activities and events that boost the visibility and the image of “Technology Made in Italy”; ▪ Inform all members on the topic Made in China 2025, particularly with regard to risks and opportunities for Italian businesses; ▪ Become a reference for all mechanical engineering companies within the China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC), lobbying private and public institutions active in the Chinese market.   For more information about the MEWG Group please contact infoshanghai@cameraitacina.com   Not a member yet?  Send an email to sh.projects@cameraitacina.com   For more information about the CICC Suzhou Chapter please contact infosuzhou@cameraitacina.com   The CICC Team

Monthly Networking Dinner in Shanghai, September 22nd

Shanghai
22 September 2021
Dear Members and Friends, The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC) kindly invites you to take part in the next Monthly Networking Dinner. The networking event will take place on Wednesday, September 22nd, at Caminetto (1/F, The Roof, 458 Madang Lu, Huangpu District, Shanghai /上海市黄浦区恒基旭辉天地1楼,马当路458弄) starting from 7:30 pm. Registration starts at 7:00 pm. The dinner price to be paid online is 300 RMB, and it includes both dinner and drinks.   Why Monthly Networking Dinner? The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce organizes a monthly appointment in Shanghai in order to offer members and non-members an important networking opportunity. Since it is essential for us to raise the awareness of authentic and genuine Italian food and wine, we choose every month a different Italian restaurant as the venue for our informal dinners.   Interested in joining? Scan the QR code on the flyer to sign up!     The event is open to CICC Members and Non-Members!   Not a Member yet? Send an email to sh.projects@cameraitacina.com   The wine is sponsored by:   The CICC Team

Registrazione Assemblea Generale Soci CICC, Pechino, 26 Marzo 2021

Beijing
26 March 2021
Cari Soci e Amici della CCIC, L’Assemblea Generale della Camera di Commercio Italiana in Cina si svolgerà Venerdì 26 Marzo 2021 alle ore 15:30 (Beijing time) presso l’Istituto Italiano di Cultura a Pechino.    Ordine del Giorno 15:00-15:30 Registrazione 15:30-15:40 Saluto di benvenuto - Luca Ferrari, Ambasciatore d’Italia nella R.P.C. 15:40-15:50 Relazione della CCIC 2020-21 - Paolo Bazzoni, Presidente CCIC  15:50-16:00 Relazione finanziaria 2020 - Lorenzo Riccardi, Tesoriere CCIC 16:00-16:10 Relazione attività 2020 e presentazione del programma attività 2021 - Giulia Gallarati, Segretario Generale CCIC 16:10-16:20 Programma attività 2021 nei territori Beijing, Chongqing, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Suzhou – Rappresentanti del Consiglio Direttivo CCIC  16:20-16:30 Q&A 16:30 – 16:40 Votazione del Bilancio Consuntivo 2020  16:40-16:45 Aggiornamento attività Agenzia ICE – Gianpaolo Bruno, Direttore e Coordinatore Rete ICE Cina e Mongolia 16:45-16:50 Aggiornamento attività ENIT – Cristiano Varotti, ENIT   Modalità di votazione del bilancio consuntivo Il voto può essere espresso (a) di persona a Pechino il giorno dell’Assemblea o (b) per via elettronica. I soci riceveranno un’email contenente un link tramite il quale esprimere il proprio voto attraverso la piattaforma dedicata dal 19 Marzo p.v. al 24 Marzo p.v. alle ore 12:00. Si ricorda che per votare è necessario essere in possesso dell’associazione camerale in corso di validità. Per rinnovare l’associazione preghiamo di cliccare sul link (la data ultima per il rinnovo ai fini della votazione del bilancio consuntivo è il giorno 12/03/2021). I risultati saranno annunciati in sede di Assemblea e successivamente pubblicati sul sito web camerale. Per gli ultimi aggiornamenti relativi alla votazione cliccare qui.  Registrazione e partecipazione all’Assemblea Generale La partecipazione sarà possibile in loco presso l'Istituto Italiano di Cultura e online tramite piattaforma Zoom. È possibile registrarsi cliccando qui.   Cordiali saluti, Il Team CCIC 

Registrazione Assemblea Generale Soci CICC, Pechino, 26 Marzo 2021

Beijing
26 March 2021
Cari Soci e Amici della CCIC, L’Assemblea Generale della Camera di Commercio Italiana in Cina si svolgerà Venerdì 26 Marzo 2021 alle ore 15:30 (Beijing time) presso l’Istituto Italiano di Cultura a Pechino.    Ordine del Giorno 15:00-15:30 Registrazione 15:30-15:40 Saluto di benvenuto - Luca Ferrari, Ambasciatore d’Italia nella R.P.C. 15:40-15:50 Relazione della CCIC 2020-21 - Paolo Bazzoni, Presidente CCIC  15:50-16:00 Relazione finanziaria 2020 - Lorenzo Riccardi, Tesoriere CCIC 16:00-16:10 Relazione attività 2020 e presentazione del programma attività 2021 - Giulia Gallarati, Segretario Generale CCIC 16:10-16:20 Programma attività 2021 nei territori Beijing, Chongqing, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Suzhou – Rappresentanti del Consiglio Direttivo CCIC  16:20-16:30 Q&A 16:30 – 16:40 Votazione del Bilancio Consuntivo 2020  16:40-16:45 Aggiornamento attività Agenzia ICE – Gianpaolo Bruno, Direttore e Coordinatore Rete ICE Cina e Mongolia 16:45-16:50 Aggiornamento attività ENIT – Cristiano Varotti, ENIT   Modalità di votazione del bilancio consuntivo Il voto può essere espresso (a) di persona a Pechino il giorno dell’Assemblea o (b) per via elettronica. I soci riceveranno un’ email contenente un link tramite il quale esprimere il proprio voto attraverso la piattaforma dedicata dal 19 Marzo p.v. al 24 Marzo p.v. alle ore 12:00. Si ricorda che per votare è necessario essere in possesso dell’associazione camerale in corso di validità. Per rinnovare l’associazione preghiamo di cliccare sul link (la data ultima per il rinnovo ai fini della votazione del bilancio consuntivo è il giorno 12/03/2021). I risultati saranno annunciati in sede di Assemblea e successivamente pubblicati sul sito web camerale. Per gli ultimi aggiornamenti relativi alla votazione cliccare qui.  Registrazione e partecipazione all’Assemblea Generale La partecipazione sarà possibile in loco presso l'Istituto Italiano di Cultura e online tramite piattaforma Zoom. È possibile registrarsi cliccando qui.   Cordiali saluti, Il Team CCIC 

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