Meet the CEO: Wu Hai of Chrystal Orange Hotels on the Push for a Better Business Climate in China | Foreign Correspondents’ Club of China

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by Kamilla Yunusova on May 29th, 2015   507 views

When and Where

  • 29/05/2015
    10:00 am - 11:30 am

  • Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
    4 Liangmahe South Rd, Chaoyang, Beijing, China, 100600
    Beijing
    China
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Meet the CEO: Wu Hai of Chrystal Orange Hotels on the Push for a Better Business Climate in China | Foreign Correspondents' Club of China

Event Details

Entrepreneur Wu Hai has gained the attention of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang after a letter he wrote, calling on the government to stop mistreating businesses, went viral on social media. Mr. Wu will share the Premier’s response to his letter, his 20-year experience of doing business in China and his solutions for building a better business climate in the country.

80 RMB | To Register, go to http://www.fccchina.org/events/29052015/

Businesses are wearing thin with China’s vast red tape. And some entrepreneurs are getting fed up. One of them, Wu Hai, has been in the limelight recently. He gained the attention of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang after a letter he wrote, calling on the government to stop mistreating businesses, went viral on social media. Mr. Wu will share the Premier’s response to his letter, his 20-year experience of doing business in China and his solutions for building a better business climate in the country.
Wu Hai is Crystal Orange Hotel Group’s Founder and CEO. The Crystal Orange Hotel Group manages three hotel brands, the mid- to high-end Crystal Orange Hotel, Orange Hotel Select and the consumer-priced Orange Hotel, with 65 hotels in 25 Chinese cities. In 2012, Carlyle Group made a significant investment in Orange Hotel Group. Wu Hai holds a bachelor degree from Central University (Beijing) in Finance and Economics as well as an EMBA from INSEAD and TsingHua.

Event information courtesy of The Legation Quarter: http://www.legationquarter.org/

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