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Planning a meeting in China? It’s essential to find strong local partners who can communicate your requirements to vendors on the ground. Discover the subtleties of planning events in China’s largest and most developed city, Shanghai, which as an economic superpower is a magnet for international and regional meetings, incentives, conventions, and expositions. In this free, 30-minute webinar, engage with our local expert, who reveals the following and much more:

  • Visa requirements
  • Airlift and local transport options
  • Negotiating with hotels and hotel ratings
  • How to work with customs and shipping
  • Currency exchange and local taxes
  • Cultural protocols
  • Establishing appropriate timelines

Our interviewer is Betsy Bair, editorial director, MeetingsNet, and our presenter is James Zheng, vice director, Shanghai International Conference Management Organization.

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