The Executives' Club Of Chicago

Asia’s Prominence in Global Business

Date: Tuesday, September 22, 2020
Registration and Networking: 5:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Panel Discussion: 5:30 p.m.- 6:30 p.m.
Location: Baker McKenzie, 300 E Randolph St, Chicago, IL 60601
Forum: International Business



Kenichi Okada
Consul General of Japan to the Midwest   



Dali L. Yang

William C. Reavis Professor of
Political Science and Senior Advisor
to the President and the Provost
(Global Initiatives)
The University of Chicago



Dina Smeltz
Senior Fellow, Public Opinion
and Foreign Policy
The Chicago Council on Global Affairs

Centuries past have been dominated by forces in Europe and the Americas, but the future ahead of us is undeniably influenced by the technological, cultural, and economic forces brewing in Asia. While the commercial power of China, India, and Japan is most recognized in American business, the geopolitical factors of Indonesia, Korea, Vietnam, and others are steadily influencing the world we live in today. There are shifting ties between privacy and regulations, governance and social unrest, traditionalists and progressives. How are these factors and more lending a renewed global prominence to the world’s most populated continent?

Join us to hear from regional experts on the rising tides of Asia’s global power and how the continent’s politics, economy, and technology is changing the way we do business all over the world.

Member Pricing:
Individual Ticket: Complimentary 

*Members may also register one complimentary guest

Non-Member Pricing:

Individual Ticket: $50


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