Aalto EE Profile On top of my agenda 2_2012

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Get ready for Chinese brands, urges
Steve Tsai, CEO of the Pan Asia
International Education Center in Taiwan.

The Education Center provides
services to advanced students and
works in partnership with Aalto EE.

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Aalto EE Profile On top of my agenda 2_2012

  1. 1. On top ofmy agenda Get ready for Chinese brands, urges Steve Tsai, CEO of the Pan Asia International Education Center in Taiwan.
  2. 2. On top ofmy agenda Get ready for Chinese brands, urges Steve Tsai, CEO of the Pan Asia International Education Center in Taiwan. The Education Center provides services to advanced students and works in partnership with Aalto EE.
  3. 3. Current in Asia.
  4. 4. Current in Asia. Public issues, such as energy-savings and carbon reduction, reinforcement of human rights and public welfare are high on the agenda of Asian enterprises in 2012.
  5. 5. Current in Asia. Public issues, such as energy-savings and carbon reduction, reinforcement of human rights and public welfare are high on the agenda of Asian enterprises in 2012. Other discussions include how to cope with the impact of the EU debt problem and how to transfer our hardware expertise into influential software know-how.
  6. 6. Current in Asia. Public issues, such as energy-savings and carbon reduction, reinforcement of human rights and public welfare are high on the agenda of Asian enterprises in 2012. Other discussions include how to cope with the impact of the EU debt problem and how to transfer our hardware expertise into influential software know-how. Building original Chinese brand names is also a hot topic.
  7. 7. A new era.
  8. 8. A new era.Asia has gradually transformed itself fromthe largest factory in the world into theworld’s biggest consumer market.
  9. 9. A new era.Asia has gradually transformed itself fromthe largest factory in the world into theworld’s biggest consumer market. Hong Kong has overtaken New York and London to become the No. 1 global financial centre.
  10. 10. A new era.Asia has gradually transformed itself fromthe largest factory in the world into theworld’s biggest consumer market. Hong Kong has overtaken New York and London to become the No. 1 global financial centre. South Korea has evolved from manufacturing to establishing its own brands.
  11. 11. A new era.Asia has gradually transformed itself fromthe largest factory in the world into theworld’s biggest consumer market. Hong Kong has overtaken New York and London to become the No. 1 global financial centre. Singapore is reaching a GDP per capita South Korea higher than that of has evolved from America and Japan. manufacturing to establishing its own brands.
  12. 12. A new era.Asia has gradually transformed itself fromthe largest factory in the world into theworld’s biggest consumer market. Taiwan enjoys a solid position as the No. 1 technological Hong Kong has Original Design overtaken New York Manufacturer in and London to become the world. the No. 1 global financial centre. Singapore is reaching a GDP per capita South Korea higher than that of has evolved from America and Japan. manufacturing to establishing its own brands.
  13. 13. Educate yourself.
  14. 14. Educate yourself. The growth of many American and European companies will be connected to developments in Asia.
  15. 15. Educate yourself. The growth of many American and European companies will be connected to developments in Asia. That is why it is wise to learn about the local cultures and be respectful of them.
  16. 16. Educate yourself. The growth of many American and European companies will be connected to developments in Asia. That is why it is wise to learn about the local cultures and be respectful of them. Learning Chinese is never a bad idea: there are 1.6 billion people in the world who communicate in Chinese.
  17. 17. Educate yourself. Realize the fact that close regional integration and cooperation between Asian countries is likely to take shape.
  18. 18. Educate yourself. Realize the fact that close regional integration and cooperation between Asian countries is likely to take shape. And hitch your wagon to the establishment of Chinese brands!
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