Association advance China

Association advance China

12 Sep 2018, 11:45 - 12:30

Knowledge Hub
Language:
English

Associations are established with a specific purpose to offer valuable benefits to their members, it creates a sense of community so that the vision of the association is continued and materialised. More importantly, associations provide numerous resources and benefits for members and affiliates such as education, professional certification, industry standardization, personal development, advocacy and even lobbying for government support for legislation & policy in advancing the field as well as the scope of practice for the discipline. In the west, in particular North America and Europe, associations are well established and governed professionally. In China and Asia, association management is at an infant stage. This session will take a look on how associations in China are performing and how they can contribute to the association community and society at large. For example, with the opening of ASAE China, it will elevate professionalism in association management in China in areas of governance, community building, continued education or the growing ICCA membership which provides the opportunity to link with the national aspiration of One-Belt One-Road Initiative. Join us in this conversation and find out how association can help advance China!  

Contributors

  • Noor Ahmad Hamid

    Panellist

    Regional Director Asia Pacific

    International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA)

    Noor has been the Regional Director Asia Pacific of ICCA since 2009. Prior to joining ICCA, he began his career in tourism marketing with the...

  • Maria Tong

    Panellist

    Strategy and Operations

    ASAE

    Maria drives strategy and oversees operation for ASAE in China. ASAE is dedicated to provide a platform for association executives to learn and...

  • Wang Xi

    Panellist

    Deputy Secretary General

    China Council for the Promotion of International Trade(CCPIT) Commercial Sub-council & Commercial International Exchange Cooperation and Training Center of China

    WANG Xi , now serves as Deputy Secretary General of CCPIT Commercial Sub-council and Vice-Director of Commercial International Exchange Cooperation...

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