Georgia - China CEO Forum: Defying Decoupling in U.S. - China Engagement
Scott Ellyson, CEO, East West Manufacturing
Anisa Telwar, CEO, Anisa International
Trevor Williams, Global Atlanta
A trade war, a presidential transition, techno-nationalism and divergent paths on COVID-19 have disrupted ties between the world’s two largest economies more than a year into an unprecedented global health crisis.
U.S.-China headlines paint a picture of a partnership beyond repair, but investment and trade continues even as it drifts toward decoupling.
Join Global Atlanta and GSU-CIBER as we glean insights from Georgia-based executives whose companies are defying the prevailing narrative, deepening their engagement with China at a time when many are diversifying their global presence.
1. Understanding how the lingering effects of the Trump trade war with China are playing out on the ground, and what changes executives foresee from the new Biden administration
2. Learn how American manufacturers sourcing from China have decided whether to deepen or diversify their operations in the country
3. How leaders of major U.S. companies navigated the initial management challenge of adapting to COVID-19, first in their Chinese operations when it was confined to the country and then as it spread throughout the globe.