Overview

Leadership

The forum is co-chaired by William Spiers (Spearhead Associates) and Alex Phillips (LNP China).

Small businesses and entrepreneurs make up nearly three quarters of the BritCham/CBBC membership. The SME & Entrepreneur Forum is designed to support our smaller corporate member companies and entrepreneurs wishing to improve their professional skills using some of the expertise from which large corporations benefit. The Forum is envisaged to feature a series of events providing SMEs with the support they desire to improve their capabilities, as well as providing a platform to network and share knowledge whilst assisting them to grow their operations in China and elsewhere.

 
SME & Entrepreneur

SME & Entrepreneur

Forum's Objectives

The SME & Entrepreneur Forum aims to:

  • Act as a platform for SMEs and entrepreneurs to share information, gain advice and stay up-to-date with issues affecting their business
  • Address challenges and opportunities in the China market
  • Provide knowledge and business tools for companies to better develop their objectives
 
Forum Chairs
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William  Spiers
William Spiers

William is Managing Director of Spearhead Associates Limited. He has lived and worked in Beijing since early 2006 and has been responsible for developing Spearhead's international consulting activities within China and abroad.

 
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