This upcoming week, Horasis China Meeting will play a proactive role in investment relations and trade between China and the United States.
The organization behind the conference, Horasis, was founded by German entrepreneur Dr. Frank-Jürgen Richter in 2005. Dr. Richter, a former director at the World Economic Forum in Davos, is a frequent public speaker and has authored and edited 37 books. He has spoken to audiences at the Brookings Institution, Harvard University, and Beijing University, among others.
At Horasis China Meeting several hundred leaders in business and government, including Kim Reynolds, Governor of Iowa, and Suzanne Clark, President at US Chamber of Commerce, will meet to look at how a positive U.S.-China relationship drives global economic growth.
The event will be hosted by Las Vegas Sands, one of the world’s leading developers and operators of integrated resorts.
Said Senior Vice President Ron Reese, “On behalf of Sands, we’re pleased to welcome Horasis to Las Vegas. One of our organization’s top priorities is to support discussions that promote development and economic growth on a global scale, especially in the Asia Pacific region.”
Jeremie Waterman, President of the China Center and Vice President for Greater China at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce added, “For 15 years, the Horasis China Meeting has stood at the intersection of China and globalization. At this critical moment in U.S.-China relations, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce underscores the importance of the Horasis platform for positive and constructive dialogue about the significant commercial opportunities and challenges presented by China’s growing role in the global economy.”
Horasis China Meeting is one of several meetings organized by Horasis, which also includes Horasis Global Meeting, Horasis India Meeting and Horasis Asia Meeting.
The meeting is co-hosted by the China Federation of Industrial Economics, Las Vegas Sands Corp. and the US Chamber of Commerce. Co-organizers includes the Center for China and Globalization, CCPIT, IE Business School and US-China Business Council.