3rd August 2011: Maggie Kang Doing Business between UK and China

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Name of speaker and subject:

Maggie Kang
Doing Business between UK and China

Bullet points of what you would like to cover:

I) What is happening now?
II) What will happen over the next five years?
III) Collaborate for growth

Suggested you-tube links, websites and / or texts where
further information may be found:

A few words about you and your passion:

Be inspired, be motivated…
As human beings, our greatness lies not so much in being able to remake the world – that is the myth of the atomic age – as in being able to remake ourselves.

A few lines about the history of your subject:

After being served in banking and financial section for 7 years, I set up my own company and start working on my own, promoting the links between UK and China. I love what I am doing. The world is changing so rapidly. I believe everyone needs to learn and grow in today’s global marketplace. Given the tremendous changes in our world it is crucial to let our students and young professionals of British, Chinese, and all nationalities to get working together in the UK to understand each other.

Furthermore, to then work in China to develop positive understanding of the UK. The rewards from such exchanges will be inestimable — both personally and for our countries. So, I very much happy that I am one of the ‘young Icebreaker’.

Maggie Kang owns and runs Legend Information ( UK Global) Co Ltd.  Legend Information offers a platform where Chinese and Britain entrepreneurs find each other. We work in an open, collaborative and dynamic business atmosphere.
We aim to create added value for all involved parties.  Maggie can be found in the Legend Information Offices at 202  Guardwell Crescent, Edinburgh, EH17 7SJ.

Click here to read Maggie’s Article


leith on the fringe

Ragged Talks in the Edinburgh Festival

Free talks are being put on in Out of the Blue Drill Hall, Dalmeny Street (EH6 8RG), all through the month of August 2011.  This is a chance to listen to people and their passions in a friendly informal talk at lunchtimes (1245 – 1345).  In conjunction with Leith on the Fringe festival, these events are brought to you by the not-for-profit Ragged project: