You might say something, but the way it’s understood might be completely different. The winner of Women in Business Inspiration Award 2011, presented by Ernst&Young speaks about cultural differences between Western and Chinese people.
Why graduated MBA Liang decided to quit her Business Analyst career at McKinsey & Company to bring America’s favorite dessert to Beijing?
The winner of Women in Business Entrepreneur of the Year 2011 Award, presented by Ernst&Young. She started alone, but within 6 months was able to create a multicultural team.
YWEA is present with its members in various parts of the world: China, Italy, Poland, UK and US. YWEA’s people represent different nationalities: American, Australian, British, Canadian, Chinese, Danish, German, Greek, Italian, Peruvian, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, etc
YWEA - Partner of the European Parliament Exhibition on Female Entrepreneurship.
Women entrepreneurs - Five Pillars for Growth is a three day exhibition that will be held in the European Parliament in Brussels from 19th to 21st February 2013.
More information on the event: www.female-entrepreneurship2013.eu
A meeting of YWEA Members was held on the 14th of December at the Concept Showroom Guffanti in Milan.
The meeting was attended by the Members from the Fashion sector from Italy, China, Poland and Ireland.
The aim of the event was to facilitate business opportunities.
A special guest was Federico Tecilla, the CEO of Tucano Urbano.