Weds., Oct. 29, Lunch: “Has China Become Too Important for International Carmakers?”– Jochen Siebert

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Date(s) - Wednesday, October 29 2014
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm



Has China Become Too Important for International Carmakers?

Jochen Siebert

October 29, 2014

12:00 p.m.

Venue:  Pistacchio

1/F, 378 Wukang Lu, near Tai’an Lu

武康路378号1楼, 近泰安路

TEL: 5410 9852

China in recent years become the world’s largest automakers. What are the opportunities and risks in the country to foreign auto firms?

Are companies becoming too dependent on China?

Admission: FCC members: 100 RMB; Non-members: 150 RMB




About the speaker:

Jochen Siebert has 20 years of experience in the automotive industry and has led more than 300 projects in the course of his career. He graduated from the Technical University of Darmstadt with a master’s  degree in industrial engineering and started his career in a consulting firm specialized in telecommunications. Thereafter he joined Mannesmann Market Intelligence Unit as project manager, where he conducted major studies on Asian markets including China in mid-90’s. Later he joined Milliken in Belgium as the market analyst and planner for the airbag business in Europe. After that he was appointed director business development and later vice president for Europe for one of the premier automotive forecasting houses. In 2007, he founded JSC Automotive, focusing on the automotive industry in China, which has locations in Shanghai and Stuttgart. The client list of JSC Automotive includes well-known automakers and auto suppliers.


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