Technology Meets Consumers – The PE Perspective

Featuring Mr Harry Hui, Founding Managing Partner of ClearVue Partners

Applicants: 62
Free

Time commitment:

47min

Pace:

Self-paced

Language:

English

Level:

Introductory

About this course

We welcome Mr Harry Hui for a dialogue with John D. Van Fleet to discuss the private equity sector in China, with focus on the consumer products and services industries. They discuss the tools and processes of investment, and growth opportunities and challenges, with case studies, in China in the coming decades. Hui relates some success as well as failure examples, and offers some China-specific advice for those early in thier careers.

What you’ll learn

  • The macro economy and investment market in China
  • Challenges and opportunities of investing in China through both success and failure cases
  • The tools and processes of portfolio investment
  • Trends and opportunities for private equity in China
  • The HR challenges of MNCs in China
  • Advice for young professionals interested in coming to China

About the instructor(s)

Harry Hui

Founding Managing Partner of ClearVue Partners

John Darwin Van Fleet

Director of Corporate Globalization at Antai College of Economics and Management of Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Syllabus

  • Session

    1

    Career introduction and Portfolio Investment

    This session starts from the exciting career experiences of the speaker with Universal Music, PespiCo and others, and then extends the discussions to both successful and failure cases of the portfolio investments of ClearVue Partners.

  • Session

    2

    Investment Market in China: Challenges and Trends

    This session offers insights on the capacity and trends of the macro economy and investment market in China while also addressing to the HR challenges facing MNCs in China.

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  • Yoyo watched

    Jun 15, 2024 13:13:15

    A very insightful discussion

  • Terrando Lim watched

    Jun 21, 2023 12:44:33

    Very good, thank you for the course. It helps me broaden my knowledge on doing business in China.