Being the second biggest economy in the world, China has been the leader in many technologies over the past few years. Many Chinese investors have been investing billions of dollars in technology and renewable energy, not only in the China mainland, but also in different parts of the world, especially in Europe, the United States and Africa.
Today with its One Belt One Road project, China is looking to fortify its relations and build a strong infrastructure between different countries in Eurasia, this including countries in the Middle East.
In this lecture, the speaker Marwan Emile Faddoul will share the latest trend of the TMT (Telecommunication, Media and Technology) and renewable energy industries in China.
Mr. Faddoul will also talk about the business opportunities in this sector in the PRC region, the future possible cooperation between Lebanon and China, along with the way to penetrate and expand in the Chinese market.
About the speaker:
Marwan Emile Faddoul is managing partner of Qadisha Consulting, a boutique management consulting firm located in Tianjiin China, and Q International Incubator (QII), which works with startups and entrepreneurs between China and the Middle East. www.qadishaconsulting.com
Over the past seven years, he has been based in China, helping Chinese enterprises with their restructuring and expansion plans.
Prior to Qadisha Consulting, he was a consultant for IBM, then he was a partner at WIDE, a management consulting company that operates in the ME region.
Marwan Emile Faddoul is also a guest speaker at many top Chinese Universities and organizations, such as Nankai University, Tianjin University, Renmin University, and the European Chamber of Commerce in Tianjin.
He holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Holy Spirit University and an M.A. in Marketing and Business Development from Bordeaux I – Sagesse University.
He speaks French, Arabic, English and Mandarin.
About One Belt One Road
The Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-century Maritime Silk Road, also known as “One Belt, One Road”, or the “Belt and Road Initiative”, is a development strategy and framework, proposed by Chinese paramount leader Xi Jinping in October 2013.
This framework focuses on connectivity and cooperation among countries, primarily between the People’s Republic of China and the rest of Eurasia. https://eng.yidaiyilu.gov.cn/