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Insight Circle™ 2008: CHINA global business conference and golf tour PROGRAM OVERVIEW week 1: Hong Kong / Shenzhen (May10-MAY16) week 2: Shanghai (MAY17-MAY23) week 3: Chengdu (MAY24-MAY30) week 4: Beijing (MAY31-JUN06) Visit www.insightcircle.biz to register today! :  Insight Circle™ 2008: CHINA global business conference and golf tour PROGRAM OVERVIEW week 1: Hong Kong / Shenzhen (May10-MAY16) week 2: Shanghai (MAY17-MAY23) week 3: Chengdu (MAY24-MAY30) week 4: Beijing (MAY31-JUN06) Visit www.insightcircle.biz to register today! Agenda:  Agenda Insight Circle: Mission and Goals Insight Circle 2008: CHINA Fastest Growing Cities in China Networking Reception Global Business Conference Golf Tournament Local Cultural Tours Business Matching Program Package vs. Single Event Rates Contact Information Future Event Schedule FAQs Mission & Goals:  Mission & Goals Our Mission is helping you and your organization to connect and collaborate with worldwide partners – gathering first-hand competitive intelligence and market insight. Our Goal is helping each country we visit to face many social, cultural and economic challenges and turn them into market opportunities for growth We help you to negotiate contracts and close deals by building solid and long-term business relationship. We deliver measurable business results and long-lasting cultural experience. Insight Circle™ 2008: CHINA:  Insight Circle™ 2008: CHINA Map of China Value-Added Tour Package Hotels and Golf Courses Insight Circle 2008: CHINA:  Insight Circle 2008: CHINA Week 1: SOUTH Hong Kong / Shenzhen (May10-16) Week 2: EAST Shanghai (May17-23) Week 3: WEST Chengdu (May24-30) Week 4: NORTH Beijing (May31-Jun06) Source: www.johomaps.com Value-Added Tour Package:  Value-Added Tour Package 7-night stay at a 5-star hotel in city center All-access executive pass to all social & business events Networking Reception Global Business Conference package (3 days) Celebrity Golf and Golf for FUN package for golfers Cultural Tours (A, B, C) for non-golfers Fund Raising Gala Dinner and Silent Auction All meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) All entertainment events and show performances All local transportation Complimentary company profile in all digital & print marketing materials 5-Star Hotel Resorts:  5-Star Hotel Resorts Week 1: Hong Kong: Shangri-la (1 night) Week 1: Shenzhen: Shangri-la (6 nights) Week 2: Shanghai: Shangri-la (7 nights) Week 3: Chengdu: Shangri-la (7 nights) Week 4: Beijing: Shangri-la (7 nights) All hotel locations are to be confirmed 5-Star Golf Courses:  5-Star Golf Courses Week 1: Shenzhen: Mission Hill Week 2: Shanghai: Tomson Golf Week 3: Chengdu: Qingcheng Golf Week 4: Beijing: Huatang Golf All golf course locations are to be confirmed. Event Format:  Event Format Every week, we start from a SAT to a FRI in the following format: SAT: arrival day, check in + social dinner SUN: tour A + networking reception MON / TUE / WED: conference days (keynote speaker and 50+ sessions) THU: celebrity golf tournament, or tour B FRI: golf for FUN or tour C + GALA dinner If you have registered for 2+ cities, you will travel with us and take a domestic flight on SAT morning to the next host city. Networking Reception (Sun):  Networking Reception (Sun) Formal cocktail reception Welcome message Free style networking: mix and mingle Exhibit and display tables Food stations Light music and cultural performance Dress code: formal business Conference (Mon-Wed):  Conference (Mon-Wed) Our global business conference is based on a “3x3 Matrix Design” 3 industry tracks x 3 conference days: Track 1: High-Tech / IT Track 2: Energy & Environment Track 3: Health & Medical MON: focus on “International Business” TUE: focus on “Integrated Marketing” WED: focus on “Talent Management” Keynote speaker and 50+ sessions per week for you to learn and grow Dress code: Business casual Speakers from Chinese Government:  Speakers from Chinese Government Week 1: Shenzhen Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ministry of Information Ministry of Communication Ministry of Science & Technology State of Intellectual Property Office National Development & Reform Commission Week 3: Chengdu Ministry of Health State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Ministry of Water Resources Ministry of Agriculture State of Food & Drugs Administration National Population and Family Planning Commission Week 2: Shanghai Environment Department Ministry of Finance General Admin of Customs Ministry of Commerce State Administration of Taxation People's Bank of China Week 4: Beijing Energy Department Ministry of Mining Ministry of Construction Ministry of Culture Ministry of Education Ministry of Labor Golf Tournament (Thu-Fri):  Golf Tournament (Thu-Fri) Golf your way to success build solid and long-term relationship with partners and clients Meet Hollywood celebrities play golf with celebrities, sponsors and executives Have fun playing, laughing, and sharing a day on green discuss business partnership and planning for future Dress code: golf wear –sporty and comfy Fund Raising Gala Dinner (Fri):  Fund Raising Gala Dinner (Fri) China Children and Teenagers Fund (CCTF) www.cctf.org.cn is our charity partner Online Auction Silent Auction at the Gala Dinner Many other fund raising campaigns before, during and after the event Dress code: Formal Fastest Growing Chinese Cities:  Fastest Growing Chinese Cities Week 1: Shenzhen Week 2: Shanghai Week 3: Chengdu Week 4: Bejing Week 1: HK / Shenzhen (May10-16):  Week 1: HK / Shenzhen (May10-16) City Overview: Located at the forefront of Pearl River Delta, Shenzhen is connected to New Territory of Hong Kong in the south, and is near Daya Bay in the east, and reaches Pearl River Mouth in the west, and is near Dongguan and Huizhou in the north. It is an important coastal traffic hub in South China, and it has 12 ports, for easy access to Shenzhen, and is the only city in China which has marine, land and air ports. Shenzhen Port ranks the 4th among the world large container ports, and Shenzhen has the largest land passenger port in China Luohu Port and Huanggang Port; Guangshen, Shenshan Expressway and Jingjiu Guangshen Expressway connect Hong Kong, Shenzhen and the inland closely. Shenzhen Port adopts 24-hour clearance and electronic inspection, and the commencement of the Western Bridge will connect Shenzhen and Hong Kong more closely, and the regional advantages of Shenzhen will be strengthened, which will not only further develop the economy in Shenzhen and Hong Kong, but also will be the hub and bridge for Hong Kong to connect the Mainland of China and the world. Population: 8.37 million (2006) GDP: US$80.2 billion (2006) Trade Volume: US$237.411 billion, export US$ 136.1 billion, import US$ 101.303 billion (2006) Investment: foreign investment was up to US$ 3.269 billion (2006) Major Industries: (1) Electronics and telecom equipment manufacturing, (2) Modern equipment making, (3) Computer software, (4) IT, (5) Microelectronics and components, (6) Video and audio products, (7) Eelectro-mechanical integration (8) Key projects of light industry and energy Main Foreign Invested Industries: (1) Electronics and communications, (2) Electric machinery, (3) Textiles and clothing, (4) Food, (5) Pharmaceuticals, (6) Metal products, (7) Real estate, (8) Transportation and catering New Industries: (1) Pharmaceuticals, (2) Medical equipment, (3) Biotechnology and new materials Reference Links: www.DiscoverHongKong.com http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shenzhen http://english.sz.gov.cn/ Shenzhen: Local Cultural Tours:  Shenzhen: Local Cultural Tours TOUR A (SUN) -- 3-hour local Shenzhen city tour: Time: 1pm-4pm, SUN MAY 11 Place: Shennan Thoroughfare; Huawei corporate; Oversea Chinese Town; and Dafen Oil Painting Village Activities: sightsee popular sites and landmarks downtown Shenzhen Attendants: all global business executives TOUR B (THU) – 12-hour Guangzhou tour: Time: 8am-8pm, May 15 THU Place: Guangzhou (Chen Jiaci cultural museum; Guangzhou downtown mini tour; and Xiguan village) Activities: sightsee popular sites and landmarks in Guangzhou, the capital city of Guangdong province Attendants: global business executives (50+) TOUR C (FRI) – 8-hour Guangdong tour: Time: 8am-4pm, May 16 FRI Place: Dongguan (Chongshan Lake; ancient local village; and the heart of the world’s biggest factory) Attendants: global business executives (50+) Week 2: Shanghai (May17-23):  Week 2: Shanghai (May17-23) City Overview: Shanghai has a total area of 6,300 sq. km, consisting of 18 districts and one county. Total population stood at 18.2 million by the end of 2006. Shanghai is one of the 4 autonomous municipalities and historically a commercial and financial center of China. Located at the heart of the Yangtze River Delta, Shanghai is China's largest and the world's 3rd largest container port, which handled 21.7 million TEUs in 2006, up 19.9%. The Yangshan International Deep Water Port under construction is expected to give modern twist to the port city. Hongqiao and Pudong International airports link Shanghai with 141 cities in 29 foreign countries and regions. In its 11th Five-Year Programme, Shanghai aims to become an international hub for finance, trading and shipping. In particular, Pudong District is to become a pilot area for integrated reforms. In order to host The 2010 World Expo, Shanghai will invest RMB 28.6 billion in total, 18 billion in construction and 10.6 billion in operation, creating huge business opportunities. The private sector has developed rapidly. By the end of 2006, there were about 507 thousands private enterprises, increased by 125% from 225 thousands in 2002. Population: 18.2 million (2006) GDP: US$143.05 billion (2006) Trade Volume: US$ 221.3 billion (2006), export US$ 108.5 billion (2006), import US$ 112.8 billion (2006) Investment: foreign investment was up to US$ 14.6 billion (2006) Major Industries: (1) Services Industries including retail and wholesale, financial services and real estates (2) Electronic Information Product Manufacturing (3) Petrochemical and Fine Chemical Products Manufacturing (4) Equipment Complex Manufacturing (5) Automobile Manufacturing (6) Fine Steel Manufacturing (7) Bio-medicine Manufacturing New Industries: (1) Logistics (2) Cultural industries Reference Links: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shanghai http://www.shanghai.gov.cn/shanghai/node17256/index.html Shanghai: Local Cultural Tours:  Shanghai: Local Cultural Tours TOUR A (SUN) -- 3-hour local Shanghai city tour: Time: 1pm-4pm, May 18 SUN Place: Pudong; Eastern Pearl Tower; the Bund; and Yuyuan Attendants: all global business executives TOUR B (THU) – 12-hour Hangzhou tour: Time: 8am-8pm, May 22 THU Place: Hangzhou (West Lake; The Temple of the Soul’s Retreat - Lingyin Temple; and China Tea Museum) Attendants: global business executives (50+) TOUR C (FRI) – 8-hour Suzhou tour: Time: 8am-4pm, May 23 FRI Place: Suzhou (Garden for Lingering In; Humble Administrator’s Garden; and Suzhou Silk Museum) Attendants: global business executives (50+) Week 3: Chengdu (May24-30):  Week 3: Chengdu (May24-30) City Overview: Chengdu is located in southwest China, is the capital of Sichuan province and a sub-provincial city. Chengdu is also one of the most important economic centers and transportation and communication hubs in China. Throughout most of Chinese history, Chengdu has been a city with a large number of people. By 2005 the population was 10,597,000, which made Chengdu the fifth largest city in China in terms of population, just following Shanghai, Beijing, Tianjin and Chongqing. Population: 12.34 million (2006) GDP: US$ 37.95 billion (2006) Trade Volume: USD$ 58.9 billion, export US$ 35.2 billion, import US$ 23.7 billion (2007, Jan-Aug) Investment: foreign investment was up to US$ 2.05 billion (2006) Major Industries: (1) Electronic information, (2) Machinery (including automobile and aerospace) (3) Medicine (4) Food (including tobacco) processing (5) Metallurgy and building materials (6) Petrochemical Main Foreign Invested Industries: (1) Farming, Forestry, Animal Husbandry and Fishery Industries (2) Mining and Quarrying Industries (3) Manufacturing Industries (4) Production and Supply of Power, Gas and Water  (5) Water Resources Management Industry (6) Communication and Transportation, Storage, Post and Telecommunication Services (7) Wholesale and Retail Trade Industry (8) Real Estate Industry (9) Social Service Industry (10) Public Health, Sports and Social Welfare Industries (11) Education, Culture and Arts, Broadcasting, Film and TV Industries (12) Scientific Research and Poly-technical Services Industries  Reference Links: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chengdu http://www.chengdu.gov.cn/echengdu/ Chengdu: Local Cultural Tours:  Chengdu: Local Cultural Tours TOUR A (SUN) -- 3-hour local Chengdu city tour: Time: 1pm-4pm, May 25 SUN Place: Chengdu city centre and Du Fu’s Thatched Cottage Attendants: all global business executives TOUR B (THU) – 12-hour Leshan tour: Time: 8am-8pm, May 29 THU Place: Leshan (Leshan Grant Buddha, the biggest carving in the world, and Thousand Buddha Cliffs) Attendants: global business executives (50+) TOUR C (FRI) – 8-hour Qingcheng tour: Time: 8am-4pm, May 30 FRI Place: Qingcheng Shan (A holy Taoist mountain) Attendants: global business executives (50+) Week 4: Beijing (May31-Jun6):  Week 4: Beijing (May31-Jun6) City Overview: Beijing is the capital of China and the country's political, cultural and international exchange center. Beijing is one of the four autonomous municipalities along with Shanghai, Tianjin and Chongqing, which enjoys similar economic and administrative autonomy as a province. In order to host the 2008 Olympic Games, the Beijing government will invest a total of about RMB 280 billion to improve the city's infrastructure by 2008. These would include stadiums and related facilities, transport and telecommunication infrastructure, etc. The private sector in Beijing has developed rapidly. By the end of 2006, there were about 306 thousands of private enterprises, increased by 103% from just 151 thousands in 2002. Population: 15.81 million (2006) GDP: USD$ 108.606 billion (2006) Trade Volume: USD$70.5 billion, export US$ 24.9 billion, import US$45.6 billion (2006) Investment: foreign investment was up to US$ 7.3 billion (2006) Major Industries: (1) Hi-tech industries such as electronics, information technology, biological engineering, pharmaceutical and new materials (2) Tourism (3) Telecommunications equipment (4) transportation equipment (5) Chemicals (6) Machinery (7) Metallurgy (8) Food making Reference Links: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beijing http://www.ebeijing.gov.cn/ Beijing: Local Cultural Tours:  Beijing: Local Cultural Tours TOUR A (SUN) -- 3-hour local Beijing city tour: Time: 1pm-4pm, Jun 01 SUN Place: Tiananmen Square; Front Gate; and Forbidden City Attendants: all global business executives TOUR B (THU) – 12-hour The Great Wall tour: Time: 8am-8pm, Jun 05 THU Place: The Great Wall Attendants: global business executives (50+) TOUR C (FRI) – 8-hour Summer Palace tour: Time: 8am-4pm, Jun 06 FRI Place: The Summer Palace and Temple of Heaven Park Attendants: global business executives (50+) Business Matching Program:  Business Matching Program How it works Why you should join How it works:  How it works Our Business Development Team will help you to search for your strategic partners, investors, clients, distributors, agents, service providers, or suppliers in the target city No set up fee 100% performance base 100% result-oriented 100% satisfaction guarantee Contact our Business Development Team to get a form and sign up today Challenges of Going Global:  Challenges of Going Global Different cultural and religious values, beliefs and attitudes Lack of focus on organizational goals Language barrier and communication challenges Unclear strategic and logical thinking on cultural synthesis Conflict between personal and organizational interests Employee resistance and the lack of cross-cultural training Expenditures incurred in cultural business tours and trade shows Uncertain political environment Uncertain legal constraints Unknown economic and political variables Conflict of interests between partners, clients or suppliers We Help You to Bridge the Gap:  We Help You to Bridge the Gap Identify and gather first-hand competitive intelligence Integrate cross-cultural business training with personal experience Design custom training programs based on organizational needs Promote cross-functional management competencies Develop people as global leaders with team building skills Provide basic language and cultural communication skills training Develop strategic partnership and business alliances for success Explore new global markets for your target audience or new product Share best practices in doing business locally and globally Insight Circle 2008: CHINA:  Insight Circle 2008: CHINA Benefits Package vs. Single Rates 10 Reasons to Join our Event Benefits:  Benefits Facilitate positive social, cultural, and economic changes by connecting you with people in business, technology, management, marketing, and human resources at the right time at the right place Create many intimate social and business settings for you to develop solid and long-term business relationships with other global business executives and local entrepreneurs, decision makers Provide you with online and real space marketing platforms to communicate your message to strategic partners, clients, suppliers, distributors, agents or investors in their language and culture Receive marketing consultation and business coaching to reach out for your global target audience Package Rate:  Package Rate What is the VALUE of your TIME and MONEY? How much does your time worth? How much does your business worth? How much does a lost market opportunity worth for the next 5 years? Let us connect you to the right people at the right time, get real business done with speedy results Choose the cities and weeks you would like to plug in and network USD$16,888 per person per week, all inclusive except airfare Group rate is available for 10+ members in any organization upon request Single Event Rates:  Single Event Rates TOP 10 Reasons to join Insight Circle::  TOP 10 Reasons to join Insight Circle: “If Insight Circle offers you all these benefits in one investment, can you think of any reason you don’t want to join our event?” Contact Us:  Contact Us Dr. Vivian Lee (Dr. Vi – value & integrity) Managing Director, Conference Services & Business Matching Program email: dr.vi@insightcircle.biz toll free: 1888-253-3615 | mobile: 604-961-0886 Mr. Peter Hanssens Business Development Manager (Energy & Environment Tracks) email: peter@insightcircle.biz mobile: 778-868-1253 Mr. Sam Sachavirawongse Business Development Manager (High Tech & Health Medical Tracks) email: sam@insightcircle.biz mobile: 778-321-1099 Business Matching Program is exclusively provided by Global Marketing Communications Network, Inc. (GLOBAL MCN) Business Development Team Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):  Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Q1. How is your event different from other business conferences or trade missions?:  Q1. How is your event different from other business conferences or trade missions? Insight Circle provides you with many intimate social and business networking opportunities to establish solid and long-term business relationship with key decision makers Our goal is helping each country or city we visit to face social, cultural and economic challenges and turn them into market opportunities for growth We facilitate positive social, cultural and economic changes by connecting government officials, business entrepreneurs, community leaders, academic experts, and strategic partners at the right time at the right place We integrate a 3-day global business conference with Hollywood celebrity golf tournament, local cultural tours, entertainment, gala dinner for a totally “Stress-Free” business cultural tour experience for you Q2. Why are your rates much higher than other conferences or trade missions?:  Q2. Why are your rates much higher than other conferences or trade missions? We position our events at high-end, high value global business conference and golf tours “Stress-Free with No Worries” what you see is what you pay – no hidden fees or costs Our all inclusive rate includes 7-night stay at a 5-star hotel, networking reception, 3-day conference pass, 2-day golf event or local cultural tours, gala dinner, all meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner), entertainment, local transportation, except AIR based on your departure and arrival destination We stay at 5-star hotel resort in the core of city center, instead of 3-star / 4-star hotel located an hour drive away from city center We provide best service quality in every aspect (conference services, golf services, travel services) giving you an excellent client experience Q3. Who will I meet? What should I expect? :  Q3. Who will I meet? What should I expect? You will meet government officials or representatives, global business executives, local entrepreneurs, subject matter experts With our Business Matching Program, we help you to set up private meetings and negotiate deals at no set up cost – 100% performance base and result-oriented We match your business with potential partners, investors, clients, distributors, agents, service providers or suppliers based on your criteria You will learn how to do business in the target city with the latest social, cultural and economic know-how, as well as solid and long-term relationship Q4. How do I book for my domestic flights or my international flights?:  Q4. How do I book for my domestic flights or my international flights? AIR – Domestic Flight: Please check [] the domestic flight your required on the registration form. Our travel team will help you to arrange your flights in between all your weekly business cultural tours AIR – International Flight: Please call our international travel agent Riaz Khan at 1800-682-1745 x 34 or email: riaz@bnwtravel.com (please refer to: IATA # 61-9-05314 / A-12686) Book your round trip airline ticket from you home city to the host city of our Insight Circle event Q5. How do I make payments for this event?:  Q5. How do I make payments for this event? WIRE TRANSFER: Please use http://www.xe.com/fx/ (no sign up or processing fee) to send a wire transfer payment to this bank account BANK: Royal Bank of Canada (No.3 & Cook Road Branch) Address: 6400 NO 3 RD, RICHMOND, BC  CANADA V6Y 2C2 Transit: 4800 a/c name: Global Marketing Communications Network, Inc. (GLOBAL MCN) a/c number: Chequing  04800-1043892 PAYPAL: Please go to www.paypal.com and send your payment to sales@globalmcn.com with any major credit card It’s secure, fast and easy! Future Insight Circle Events:  Future Insight Circle Events 2008 Sep/Oct: Canada and USA (West Coast) 2009 Mar/Apr: Europe and Middle East 2009 May/Jun: China 2009 Sep/Oct: India 2010 Mar/Apr: S. E. Asia 2010 May/Jun: China 2010 Sep/Oct: Canada and USA (East Coast) Proposed event schedule is subject to changes Think global. Act local. We hope to see you soon:  Think global. Act local. We hope to see you soon Insight Circle Management Group www.insightcircle.biz Questions: contact Dr. Vivian Lee, Managing Director of Conference Services Phone: 1888-253-3615 x 1 Fax: 1888-253-3615

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