The development in education technology is revolutionizing the field, in China as well.
The following infographic, created by Edufraction.com, provides an overview of the intensive advancement of this area in recent years.
On April 22nd the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai is hosting the event "China Untold: Entry Mistakes of Foreign SMEs and the Advantages of the Factory Incubator Model" with PTL's General Manager Arie Schreier as a speaker.
The topic of the talk involves...
What is the next step for manufacturing? Today, the world is moving at such a fast pace due to the internet and technological advances, that everyone is wondering what the next step is for manufacturing. We must take into account that China, the biggest manufacturer in the world, has increasing labor and production costs. According to The Economist, since 2001 the hourly wages for manufacturing jobs in China have increased 12% every year.
China is a topic relevant to many, not only because it one of the biggest economies in the world, but also because many things are happening here and now. This of course is one of the reasons the Executive MBA Program from the Recanati Business School Tel Aviv University visited the Mainland once again. Their stay in China lasted a week, and during this time the delegation toured 5 cities and visited more than a dozen companies. E-commerce, dairy market products, outbound investments, and technological exchanges between Israel and China were some of the topics in the agenda.
April 10th – Shanghai
PTL Group of Companies’ Founder and Chairman, Zvi Shalgo, sat down at the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai for a journey into the past. The one-on-one interview about Zvi’s “Made in China” experience was for a new podcast series chronicling the lives of some of China’s most interesting and successful business men and women.