To tackle challenges arising from economic slowdown, booming energy consumption and alarming environment issues, the Chinese government has been reforming its energy and environment sector for years, allocating enormous funds and providing favourable policies to encourage new businesses enter the sector.
This webinar will discuss how European small businesses can develop right strategies to capitalise on China’s policy priorities in energy and environment sector. It will reveal the key drivers in the market, top Dos and Dont’s for foreign businesses, explain how to avoid typical mistakes and share the best practices on how to succeed in the country.
After attending the webinar you will:
- Gain an overview of the major challenges faced by China in its energy and environment sector;
- Understand the direction of China’s energy and environment policy reform and implications for businesses;
- Learn how to better structure your business to make the best of the market opportunities arising in this sector.
About the Speaker
Ing. Guido D. Giacconi, President, In3act Srl
Ing. Giacconi is the President of In3act Srl, an Italian strategy consulting firm with operations in China since 2006, which focuses on sectors such as energy and environmental protection, automotive, consumer goods, chemical and retail. The company also provides services for national and local Chinese governments.
Ing. Giacconi started his career in Procter & Gamble where he achieved the responsibility of VP EMEA for several categories in USA and Europe. He has worked in many different countries including US, UK, France, Belgium, Germany and Italy, and has been working in China since 2010. Ing. Giacconi has extensive business strategy consulting experience and worked as the senior partner for companies including Bain Company, Booz Allen and Hamilton, Roland Berger. He is also the CEO of In3act Global and GDG&D Srl.
Ing. Giacconi received his Phd in Bioengineering from Bologna University. He is a lecturer and visiting professor in many Universities in Europe and Tsinghua University in Beijing.