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Education Forum: Annual Stakeholders' Roundtable (Beijing)

BritCham / CBBC
Event type Chamber/CBBC Education Forum
Date Wednesday, June 24th, 2015
Time 14:30-17:00
Open for All welcome
Cost Members FREE RMB Non-Members 200 RMB
Contacts jin.li@cbbc.org.cn; +86 (0) 10 8525 1111 ext. 370
Venue The British Business Centre, Beijing
Organiser BritCham / CBBC
Address Room 1001, China Life Tower, 16 Chaoyangmenwai Dajie
北京市朝阳区朝阳门外大街16号中国人寿大厦1001室 英国商务中心
 
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The background to our Annual Stakeholders' Roundtable is the changing face of education at all levels. Until recently the UK's main government player was the British Council; members in the education field were aware of their support thanks to regular annual meetings with them. However, over the last 18 months members have also become aware of UKTI and CBBC's growing interest in education, which has made it important to clarify the roles of all three organisations to ensure we are all pulling together to support British education in a very competitive world market.
 
Early in 2014 we held our first roundtable to include representatives of BC, UKTI and CBBC. The representatives gave short presentations on their roles and we experienced a very lively Q&A session. At the time UKTI and CBBC had not made clear decisions on their future initiatives, but UKTI has now identified four key areas of development and is establishing a small specialist team in Beijing, and CBBC has set down its main areas of interest, in particular employability and entrepreneurship.
 
The membership of the Chamber/CBBC's Education Forum consists of education companies, university representatives and international schools and we have a wealth of experience not only in the UK, but more importantly in China too, which can benefit both UKTI and CBBC in their new and expanding roles.
 
We are fortunate to welcome the key representatives of each organisation to this roundtable - Jazreel Goh from the British Council, Michael Charlton from UKTI and Simon Stewart from CBBC - who will update us on their experiences and plans to ensure the continuing success of British education in China.
 
Agenda
14.30 Registration and networking
15.00 Introduction by Peter Bloxham, Co-Chair, Education Forum
15.10 Jazreel Goh, Director Education Marketing and Sports, British Council
15.30 Michael Charlton, Minister-Counsellor and Deputy Director-General, UKTI China
15.50 Simon Stewart, Director and China Lead for Education, Training and Talent, CBBC
16.10 Q & A
16.50 Closing remarks by Qu Min, Co-Chair, Education Forum
17.00 Close and networking
 
Registration
Please contact Ms LI Jin:
+86 (0) 10 8525 1111 ext. 370
 
Speakers
 
Jazreel Goh - Director, Education Marketing and Sports, British Council 
 
Jazreel Goh joined British Council China as Director Education Marketing Mainland China in June 2004. She started her career in 1994 as a Linguistics lecturer with the National University of Malaysia before joining IDP Education Australia as an education consultant in 1995. Jazreel has worked in various organisations in Malaysia, Australia, as well as Hong Kong in the areas of international education consultancy, executive search and intellectual property licensing. Jazreel is currently the East Asia Regional Business Development Director for British Council Services for International Education Marketing and Director Education Marketing and Sports for British Council China. She leads a dispersed team based in 13 countries across East Asia to deliver marketing and education services for the UK education sector. In 2011 she set up British Council’s Education Intelligence Unit – the first e-marketing platform dedicated to international education research for the industry globally. 
 
Michael Charlton - Minister-Counsellor and Deputy Director-General, UK Trade and Investment, China - Strategy Director of Consumer, Creative and Education
 
 
Michael is Deputy Director-General at UK Trade and Investment, China. In addition he is responsible for trade and investment within the Consumer, Creative and Education industries. His work covers Consumer; Agriculture, Food and Drink; Creative; Sports and Education and Training (international and British style schools, vocational training, education technology and the reform of China’s higher education institutes). Michael was Chief Executive of Think London (London’s official investment promotion agency – now renamed London and Partners) from 1996 to 2011, during which time London’s share of FDI in Europe grew from 5% to 7% and the agency delivered over 40,000 jobs for the capital. Before joining the UK Trade and Investment team at the British Embassy in Beijing, Michael ran a successful consultancy firm, advising cities and countries around the world on how to promote themselves and attract FDI. 
 
Simon Stewart - Director, Business Advisory Services; China Team Leader for the Education, Training and Talent sector, China-Britain Business Council
 
 
Simon has worked in China for 10 years and has worked with a wide range of international companies and international teams in Shanghai and across China’s expanding regional cities. Simon acts as China business advisor for UK companies in the Yangtze River Delta and is CBBC's leader for the Education, Training and Talent sector nationwide. This team is dedicated to creating connections between education and business in China and creating growth through talent and people development. Prior to CBBC, Simon worked as a managing consultant, recruitment advisor and corporate trainer working with international companies developing in the China market.
 
About the Education Forum

The Chamber/CBBC Education Forum invites individuals interested in the Chinese educational sector as well as the following main groups of members: foreign-owned schools operating in Beijing; education and training providers, ranging from importers of educational materials through to English language schools; awarding bodies of UK qualifications; UK education providers targeting Chinese students; and education consultants.

The forum is co-chaired by Peter Bloxham of PFB Associates Ltd and Qu Min of London Metropolitan University.


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