Aktuell: Automobil Stammtisch ab 2014  

Vermehrt haben wir Anfragen erhalten, einen reinen Stammtisch fuer die Automobil Branche in Peking zu organisieren und wir moechten diesen nun gerne ab Januar 2014 einmal pro Monat veranstalten. In diesem Zusammenhang sind wir momentan auf der Suche nach Unternehmen aus diesem Bereich, die sich gerne beteiligen moechten, z.B. im Rahmen einer Praesentation.

Wenn Sie Interesse haben bei dem Automobil Stammtisch mitzuwirken, melden Sie sich bitte beiFrau Kathrin Brueggemeier, Managing Director, Beijing German-inspired Events Services Co., Ltd. kathrin(at)g-i-events.com Mobile: 137 1834 2045

 

Aktuell: Artikel der Beijing Rundschau zum Automotive Roundtable: http://german.beijingreview.com.cn/german2010/Focus/2014-02/13/content_596127.htm

 

Veranstaltungen im August/September 2014/Deutschsprachige Events & Sino-European Events in Beijing

August Stammtisch

der deutschsprachigen Community in Beijing

Wann: Mittwoch, 27. August 2014, ab 19 Uhr

Wo:     TAPS – German Bar & Grill First Floor of Luga’s Villa

             7 Sanlitun North Road (Northwest of 3.3 Mall), Sanlitun, Chaoyang District, Beijing

       三里屯北路7 (三点三西北角)

Mit:       90l lokalem Freibier. Solange der Vorrat reicht!

Gebühr: Eintritt Frei bei Anmeldung vor dem 25. August 2014

               50 RMB/Person Abendkasse

                Eintritt frei für Jahres-Sponsoren!

Um am Stammtisch teilzunehmen, melden Sie sich bitte via kathrin(at)deutschinbeijing.com oder nicole(at)deutschinbeijing.com vor dem 25. August 2014 an. Falls Sie trotz Anmeldung doch nicht teilnehmen können, sagen Sie bitte Ihre Teilnahme vor dem 25. August ab. 

 

1-Day Tour to Yunshui Cave

Escape hot Beijing and visit the beautiful Yunshui Cave. Yunshui Cave is located in Shangfang Mountain national forest park. The cave is 613 meters long with six halls and the largest stalagmite in China with 37 meters.

We will go up to cave by cable car, visit the cave and then everybody can walk to the peak or down through beautiful landscape.

Itinerary:

When: Saturday, August 30, 2014: 8:30 am; Bus departure 09:00 am

Meeting Point: East Lake Villa (东湖别墅)
                            东直门外大街35  Dongzhimenwaidajie No. 35

11:00 am: Arrival in Shangfang Mountain Park
Take the cable car to the cave and visit the cave together
13:00 am: Walking and hiking in the scenic area
15:30 pm: back to the city

Price: RMB 220/Person in case of advanced booking and payment by August 26, 2014!
If you like to join with children below 1.20 m please contact us!
Pre-payment is possible via bank transfer or in cash at our office. Please let us know about your preference when registering!

RMB 270/Person in case of registration before August 26 and on-site payment. Seats are limited! If you like to attend, RSVP via below form and send to kathrin(at)deutschinbeijing.com or nicole(at)deutschinbeijing.com or register on our website by August 26, 2014. In case you register but can not attend, please cancel your reservation before August 26. Otherwise you will be invoiced for the event.

Price includes:

  • Land Transportation
  • Entrance Ticket
  • 1-way cable car ticket (up to the cave)
  • Private English speaking guide

Note:

1. In case of less than 30 participants and/or bad weather condition, we keep the right to cancel the trip. The respective notice will be sent via text message to your mobile phone.
2. Insurance Policy: Please purchase your own travel insurance; it’s not included in the participation fee. If you don’t have any insurance, please understand that this trip is on your own risk. The organizer will not be responsible for any safety issues, damages or losses, etc. occurring during the trip.
3. Cancellation policy: If you wish to cancel the trip, please cancel before August 26, 6:00 pm. Any cancellation after August 26 will be charged with the full price of RMB 270.
4. Please bring your own lunch and water. 5. The temperature in the cave is 13 degree Celsius. Please bring a jacket for visiting the cave.

 

August Automotive Roundtable in Beijing

- Automotive Industry in China – Challenges & Solutions for Human Resources Management -

- in cooperation with “Autoköpfe”

China’s Automotive Industry is one of the biggest and most non-uniform in the world. The environment here is fast changing and demanding on one side but on the other side restrictive.

HR has become a strategic target for companies. A big labor demand, shortage of talent, rapid salary increases, movement of qualified employees to 1st tier cities and legal challenges are the main issues.

The August edition of Automotive Roundtable Beijing will serve as a platform for top management and HR executives to discuss cutting-edge approaches and solutions to attract and retain talents as well as learn from the best and most experienced practitioners in the field of Human Resources Management in China.

When: Tuesday, August 26, 2014, 6:00 pm
6:00 – 7:00 pm: Registration and Networking Dinner (costs will be paid by participants separately to the restaurant)

7:00 pm: Presentation: “Human Resources in China – Challenges and Opportunities”
By Mr. Juergen Czajor, Director Global Assignment Management Asia, Daimler Greater China Mr. Juergen Czajor joined Daimler in 1984 and has been working in various Human Resources functions in Germany, Japan and since 2008 in Beijing, China. In China he was Head of Local HR of Daimler Northeast Asia, he build up a HR Team to coordinate the cooperation with various joint ventures and is currently responsible for around 700 international assignments in Asia.  

7:20 pm: Presentation: “Leadership in China – an HR & Recruitment Perspective”
By Ms. Sarah Jones, Business Director, Hays North China
Sarah completed her tertiary education at the University of Surrey, in UK in International Marketing, French and Spanish, before pursuing a career in recruitment.  She has over 14 years professional recruitment and management experience, having worked across a number of industries, in multiple global locations. Whether Sarah is working on a recruitment campaign, presenting to industry heads, or training her teams, her passion for the recruitment industry is evident. Since 2013, Sarah has had overall management responsibility for Northern China for Hays plc.  

7:40 pm: Panel discussion: Automotive Industry in China – Challenges & Solutions for Human Resources Management
ModeratorDr. Oliver Prüfer, Head of Human Resources / Recruitment & Training, German Industry & Commerce (GIC) Greater China, Beijing
Dr. Prüfer who holds an MBA from Fudan University has been working in leading Human Resources functions in Germany, the UK and China since 2000. For two years he has been responsible for the HR Management and HR Development of the 50 GIC employees in the office in Beijing, and has helped many German companies in China – including companies  from the automotive sector – with a variety of HR services and HR events. Dr. Pruefer is for instance responsible for the Sino-German Job Fair in Beijing, where big and medium sized German automotive companies together with other German companies are searching for talent twice a year. 

Panel additionally includes:
Mr. Heino Dannemann, Director Foreign Service Employees Coordination, Volkswagen (China) Investment Co., Ltd.
Heino Dannemann is working as Director Foreign Service Employee Coordination at Volkswagen Group China and is responsible for the Human Resources Management for all expatriated employees working for Volkswagen Group in China. Before that, he worked as General Manager and HR Director for several German companies in China and Germany. He is a visiting professor in the field of Human Resources Management at several Chinese universities and studied Industrial Relations and Human Resources Management at Konstanz University (Germany) and Rutgers University (USA).

Mr. Klaus Rasche, Management Consultant, LINKO-HR   
Klaus Rasche is working as a Management Consultant, executing corporate coaching projects within the Chinese Automotive Industry since October 2013. He has 7+ years of profound business experience in China. Before relocating to China, he was a multi business award winner in Australia with his own company. He started his career in Germany. He studied Electromechanical Engineering at BBE-ME, Hannover, Germany and soon after he changed his direction into business development and later corporate coaching. His core focus is HR, T&D, Talent Development and Cross-Cultural Challenges within Global Corporations.

8:10 pm: Q&A

Where: Restaurant “Zeit Berlin”
Beijing Chaoyang District Xiaoyunroad / Xiaoyunli No 6 (inside Royal Palace Hotel)
北京朝阳区霄云里6号 城宝饭店内

Fee: 100 RMB/Person, incl. 1 Welcome Drink if registered by August 25, 2014
200 RMB/Person, incl. 1 Welcome Drink at the door without registration

Free for Annual Sponsors!
Language: English Seats are limited! If you like to attend, RSVP via email kathrin(at)g-i-events.com or nicole(at)deutschinbeijing.com by August 25, 2014.  In case you register but can not attend, please cancel your reservation before August 25. Otherwise you will be invoiced for the event.

 

SAVE THE DATE: September 24, 2014

September Automotive Roundtable in Beijing
- Leasing in China – what it takes to be successful! -

Keynote Speech: Automotive Leasing Market China“
By Mr. Frank Galas, Director Fleet & Leasing, Volkswagen New Mobility Investment Co., Ltd.
Frank Galas is working as Director of Fleet & Leasing for Volkswagen Financial Services in China. He is dedicated to offer corporate customers in China state of the art Leasing and Mobility concepts. Frank Galas started his career at Volkswagen in Germany 1998. Before his assignment to China he worked as Head of Fleet Business at Volkswagen Germany.

…Details will follow soon.

 

2-Days Tour to Shaolin Temple, Yellow River Scenic Area and Henan Museum in Zhengzhou, Henan Province

 

Join us on our trip to Shaolin Temple, Yellow River Scenic Area and Henan Museum in Zhengzhou, Henan Province. Shaolin Temple, in the region of Song Mountain, is reputed to be “the Number One Temple under Heaven”, which is the home of Kongfu and the Holy Land of Buddhism. The Yellow River, well-known as the Mother River in China, which is called “the cradle of Chinese civilization”, because its basin was the birthplace of ancient Chinese civilization, and it was the most prosperous region in early Chinese history. Henan Museum is a history and art museum. It has a collection of more than 130,000 pieces of cultural relics through the ages. In addition to its collection of human history the museum is also home to many relics of natural history including dinosaur bones and fossils. Our 2 days tour includes these three highlights as well as the local food taste and cultural experience in Henan.

 

Itinerary:

When: Saturday, September 20, 2014: 7:00 am; Train departure at 7:30 am
Meeting Point: Beijing West Train Station (北京西站)

September 20
After arrival in Zhengzhou at 10:33 am, we will enjoy local specialities for lunch and then head for Dengfeng and visit Shaolin Temple there.

In the evening: Enjoy the Buddhist cuisine for dinner and watch Zen Music Shaolin Grand Ceremony in the night (1 hour performance of Master Monks), afterwards come back to Zhengzhou and live in the hotel of Zhengzhou.

September 21
In the morning: After breakfast visit Yellow River Scenic Area and travel the yellow river by motorboat.

In the afternoon: Enjoy the special local lunch Hui Noodles and visit Henan Museum afterwards.

In the evening: Take the Train at 17:34 pm from Zhengzhou and arrive in Beijing at 20:45 pm.
Price:

Early Bird Rate: RMB 2000/Person (Paid before August 31)

Full Price: RMB 2100/person (Paid before September 12)

If you like to join with children below 1.20 m please contact us!
Payment is possible via bank transfer or in cash at our office. Please let us know about your preference when registering!  Please note all the payments should be fulfilled before September 12. We do not accept on-site payment.
Seats are limited! If you like to attend, RSVP via below form and send to
kathrin@deutschinbeijing.com or lucia@g-i-events.com or register on our website by September 12, 2014.
In case you register but can not attend, please cancel your reservation before September 12. Otherwise you will be invoiced for the registration.

 

Price includes:

  • High-Speed train tickets from Beijing-Zhengzhou-Beijing (the Second Class)
  • Local Transportation in Henan
  • Entrance Tickets for all scenic spots
  • Entrance Tickets for Zen Music Shaolin Grand Ceremony
  • Private English speaking tour guide
  • 1 night Hotel Accommodation in Zhengzhou (4-star hotel) in double room. Surcharge in single room: 200 RMB/room
  • 1 breakfast, 2 lunch and 1 dinner during the tour
  • Tourism insurance

 

Note:
1. In case of less than 20 participants, we keep the right to cancel the trip. The respective notice will be sent via text message to your mobile phone.
2. Cancellation policy: If you wish to cancel the trip, please cancel before September 12, 6:00 pm. Any cancellation after September 12 will be charged with the full price.

3. All the meals during the trip are already fixed. If you like to order anything else, the extra cost should be paid on your own.
4. The Price only includes accommodation in double room. If you like to upgrade to single room, single room surcharge of RMB 200 applies.