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Seminar "New Work Practices Emerging in China: What Has Changed", November 18th, Nanjing

China
18 November 2021
Dear Members and Friends, The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC), the EU SME Centre and the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China (EUCCC) are glad to invite you to the seminar "New Work Practices Emerging in China: What Has Changed", which will be held both ONLINE and OFFLINE at Marposs (Nanjing) Automation Co., Ltd. on November 18th 2021 from 1:50 pm to 4:30 pm (China Standard Time). Our discussion aims to provide European SMEs with an overview of: • How COVID-19 has changed work practices in China, including in terms of flexibility, smart working, fringe benefits, etc. • How to hire, train, retain and fire talents – both local and foreigners – over the long-term against the backdrop of evolving work practices (White collars/Blue collars..)   During our seminar, we will provide professional advice to answer the above questions. Please submit your questions in advance to: infoshanghai@cameraitacina.com         Speakers Mr Riccardo Verzella, Senior Associate at D’Andrea & Partners Legal Counsel ”Mr. Verzella is an Italian-qualified lawyer currently serving as the responsible attorney for Nanjing Office of D’Andrea & Partners Legal Consuel, based in Shanghai. He has more than five years of legal experience in Italy and China with particular focus on civil and labor law. He has cooperated to the drafting of the Practical Guide CLL – Labor Law in China with Mr. Carlo D’Andrea and other professionals of D’Andrea & Partners Legal Counsel, published in China with the cooperation of EUSME center and in Italy with the cooperation of Class Editori. He has been entrusted by Wolters Kluver Italy for the realization of private trainings on Chinese labor laws and regulations (with particular focus on the procedures for dismissals) for the global HR managers of important Italian multinational companies (e.g. Dompe’ Pharmaceuticals). He has intervened as speaker in various seminars dedicated to labor law and work-injury regulations.” Mr Kenneth A. Taylor Jr, founder of Nanjing Ying Bao Management and Consulting Company “I’m an American raised in the South. I have a BS in Urban & Regional Planning with minors in Music Education & Geographic information Science, a Masters in Public Administration focused in on Non-profit management and policy and procedures, 120 hr. TEFL, and several certifications. I have been a part of the education and business world now for 18 years: international and diverse students groups ranging from 3-66 years of age. During my time I have used my experience as a teacher, mentor, consultant, supervisor and business manager to impact the lives of many people. I have managed large federal and local government programs, organized events of all kinds and negotiated in hostile environments. My way of working allows me to maintain my sense of honor and respect while getting a job completed that meets the needs of all involved.” Frank Redecker, CEO-Partnter of Reach Talent, Board member of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China "Frank has nearly 10 years General Manager experience in China and more than 35 years world-wide experience in various different industries, like manufacturing, automotive, heavy machinery and foundry. He is focused on creating mind-set change that will enable corporation business to evolve to a sustainable and self-sufficient Learning Organization. He has remarkable records by transforming organization through strategic and organizational development, process optimization and reengineering based on LEAN management and 6SIGMA principles, including restructuring and organizational redesign and realignment across the business segments. For more than 8 years Frank served as an elected board member the European Chamber of Commerce of China in Nanjing as well as in Tianjin. The experience to support companies and talents from European Countries and China to learn and benefit from each other is the key objective of his company REACH Talent Consulting the international talent bridge of X-Giants Group. He want to contribute to grow the cooperation between the various cultures."   Event Details Method: Online/Offline Time & Date: Thursday, November 18th, 1:50 pm - 4:30 pm Place: Nanjing City, Marposs (Nanjing) Automation Co., Ltd. (No.7 Jing Ming Street, Riverside Economic Development Zone, Jiangning, Nanjing city, Jiangsu / 滨江开发区景明大街7号) Target Audience: European SMEs in China, Chambers of Commerce, Embassies Price: Free of charge   Agenda  12:30 PM Departure from Nanjing South Railway station to Marposs Nanjing* 1:30 PM - 1:50 PM Registration 1:50 PM - 2 PM EU SME Centre and CICC Introduction 2 PM - 2:15 PM Welcome speech 2:15 PM - 2:45 PM “New Employment Trends and Challenges in the PRC: Regulatory Aspects and Compliance Suggestions”, Mr Riccardo Verzella, Senior Associate at D’Andrea & Partners Legal Counsel 2:45 PM - 3:15 PM “Covid-19 Impacts, in the Hope of Helping More Companies to Strengthen Their Status”, Mr Kenneth A. Taylor Jr, founder of Nanjing Ying Bao Management and Consulting Company 3:15 PM - 3:45 PM “White Collars and Blue Collars Cases” discussion moderated by Mr Frank Redecker, CEO and Partner of Reach Talent, Board member of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China  3:45 PM - 4 PM Q&A session 4 PM - 4:30 PM Coffee break and greetings 4:30 PM Departure from Marposs Nanjing to Nanjing South Railway station* *Please note that we will provide a bus from Nanjing South Railway Station to Marposs Nanjing at 12:30 PM and from Marposs Nanjing to Nanjing South Railway station at 4:30 PM.   You can also join the morning session of the CICC MEWG Intercompany Network at Marposs Nanjing (same place of the seminar), starting from 9:30 pm. In this case, we will provide a bus from Nanjing South Railway station to Marposs Nanjing at 8:15 am (meeting point at 8:00 am Nanjing South Railway North Square). Follow the link below to check all details: https://www.cameraitacina.com/en/events/cicc-mewg-intercompany-network-marposs-november-18th-2021-nanjing     The CICC Team

Dinner Celebrating the Sustainability and the Italian Cuisine Tradition, November 23rd, Shanghai

Shanghai
23 November 2021
  Dear Members and Friends, In the framework of VI Edition of the "Settimana della Cucina Italiana nel Mondo/Week of Italian Cuisine in the World”, the China-Italy Chamber of Commerce (CICC), in collaboration with the Consulate General of Italy in Shanghai, the Italian Trade Agency (ITA-ICE) and the Italian National Tourist Board (ENIT), kindly invites you to take part in a special Monthly Dinner celebrating the idea of aesthetics that perfectly combines with product quality in the concept of "Tradition and Prospects of Italian Cuisine: Understanding and Optimizing Food Sustainability". The aim of the evening will be to promote the Mediterranean diet as a balanced model and gastronomic lifestyle able to counteract food waste. About the "Week of Italian Cuisine in the World" The "Settimana della Cucina Italiana nel Mondo/Week of Italian Cuisine in the World" is promoted by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the International Cooperation, the Italian Ministry of Agricultural, Food and Forestry Policies, the Italian Ministry of Education, and the Italian Ministry of Economic Development. It aims to raise the awareness of authentic and genuine Italian food and cuisine and to promote high quality Italian products all over the world.     For this month, we will organize a special edition of our Monthly Networking Dinner, combining it with the "Week of Italian Cuisine in the World". The event will take place on Tuesday, November 23rd, at Roma (No.1006 Kangding road, Jing’an District, Shanghai, China / 中国上海市,静安区,康定路1006号,罗马餐厅一楼) starting from 6 pm. Registration starts at 5:30 pm.   The dinner price to be paid online is 450 RMB, and it includes both dinner, drinks, and all activities of the night.   Interested in joining? Scan the QR Code and follow the steps to sign up!   During the night will held a Wine Masterclass by Marianna Salzillo of Sino Drink, "Sustainability from Grapes to Glass", and a Cooking Show by Chef Giampaolo focused on "The Tradition of Gramma Fettuccine"  Furthermore, Mr Mattia Romeo, special guest of the event, will present ITA last video promoting the Protected Geographical Indication (IGP) Italian products*.   *About the "China-EU Geographical Indication Agreement" On March 1st 2021, an agreement between the Government of the People’s Republic of China and the European Union related to the cooperation and protection of geographical indications (“the EU-China GIs Agreement”) came into effect. 26 of the 100 EU Geographical Indication products are from Italy. The GI (Geographical Indications) system is a special product quality control system and an intellectual property protection system adopted for famous, excellent, and special products with distinctive regional characteristics. The “origin” refers to the specific geographic region of a particular country where a special product is produced, the geographical features and cultural characteristics of the specific geographic region, will directly determine or affect the quality, characteristics, or reputation of the product.   Agenda 17:30 - 18:00 Registration 18:00 - 18:30 Cooking Show by Chef Giampaolo "The Tradition of Gramma Fettuccine" 18:30 Guest will seat  18:40 - 18:50 Welcome Speech and presentation of the menu by Mr Valtero Canepa, Vice Chairman CICC 18:50 - 19:15 Institutional Greetings by Consulate General of Italy in Shanghai, Introduction of the New Section of Italian restaurants in Shanghai that will be launched on the Mini Program of the Consulate General of Italy in Shanghai, Italian Trade Agency (ITA-ICE) and Mr Mattia Romeo, launch of ITA last video promoting the Protected Geographical Indication (IGP) Italian products 19:15 - 19:40 Wine Masterclass by Marianna Salzillo from Sino Drink "Sustainability from Grapes to Glass" 19:40 - 19:45 Menu presented by Chef Giampaolo 19:45 Dinner is served 20:30 Presentation of the F&BWG of the CICC (speaker tbc) 21:30 CICC, CG, ITA on the stage to make a toast to the Italian culture of food   During the night, videos from ENIT on the different Italian regions will be shown on the screen.   Menu Appetizer: Pizza Margherita Meat balls Porchetta with homemade Roman focaccia Masciarelli Trebbiano d’Abruzzo DOC 2020   First meal: Pasta alla gricia with Pecorino Romano (one of the 26 Geographical Indication products) Homemade ravioli with ricotta cheese and spinach Masciarelli Villa Gemma Bianco Colline Teatine IGT  2020   Main course: Mix sausages and beef fillet grilled with roasted potatoes and confit mushrooms Masciarelli Marina Cvetic Montepulciano d`Abruzzo DOC  2017   Dessert: Gramma fruity pie   The wine is sponsored by:   Not a Member yet? Send an email to sh.projects@cameraitacina.com.   The CICC Team

Prevention Is a Priority When It Comes to EHS

Dear Members and Friends,

The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce is delighted to announce that the seminar "EHS: Environment, Health and Safety | What Do We Need to Know" was held online and offline at CICC Shanghai Office on September 29th 2021.

Prevention Is a Priority When It Comes to EHS

Dear Members and Friends,

The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce is delighted to announce that the seminar "EHS: Environment, Health and Safety | What Do We Need to Know" was held online and offline at CICC Shanghai Office on September 29th 2021.

Prevention Is a Priority When It Comes to EHS

Dear Members and Friends,

The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce is delighted to announce that the seminar "EHS: Environment, Health and Safety | What Do We Need to Know" was held online and offline at CICC Shanghai Office on September 29th 2021.

How Much Did You Learn About Containers? | CICC MEWG Business Networking Event, September 16th, Shanghai

The Manufacturing Engineering Working Group (MEWG) of the China-Italy Chamber of Commerce is glad to let you know that the 5rd Edition of CICC MEWG Business Networking Event was held on September 16th in Shanghai.

How Much Did You Learn About Containers? | CICC MEWG Business Networking Event, September 16th, Shanghai

The Manufacturing Engineering Working Group (MEWG) of the China-Italy Chamber of Commerce is glad to let you know that the 5rd Edition of CICC MEWG Business Networking Event was held on September 16th in Shanghai.

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