How did China go from Feudalism to Fendi and from Sandpaper to Sephora in just 30 years? “China’s Super Consumers” is the story of how China has produced the largest, most important and most world-altering, consumer society since the post war boom in America.
Against this backdrop, author Michael Zakkour’s presentation and discussion will focus on “The Convergence of China Rising, Global E-Commerce and Sophisticated Supply Chains” Including commentary on channels and distribution, Alibaba and E-Commerce in China.
On Nov. 13, the Council is delighted to have invited Michael Zakkour from Tompkins International, who will examine the book with real-world stories of the foreign and domestic companies, leading brands, and top executives who have succeeded in selling to this burgeoning marketplace.
Michael Zakkour, Principal, Tompkins Intl. Michael is a principal at global consulting firm Tompkins Intl. where he leads the China/APAC practice. He has more than eighteen years experience in international market strategy and consulting (12 years in China + Asia preceded by six years in Europe and the Middle East).
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Learn more about the book at www.chinasuperconsumers.com.
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