Monday, 1 September 2014
On 1 September the ECCT, together with the Swedish Chamber of Commerce Taipei, jointly hosted an event with the guest speakers Annette Magnusson, Secretary General of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce's (SCC) Arbitration Institute
and Nils Eliasson, Partner & Head of Dispute Resolution Asia, Mannheimer Swartling, Hong Kong. In their presentations, the speakers focused on pro-active dispute management and dispute avoidance.
Tuesday, 12 August 2014
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On 11 August, the ECCT held a Special Lunch with guest of honour Dr Yeh Ming-kung, Director-General of the Taiwan Food and Drug Administration (TFDA) under the Ministry of Health & Welfare (MoHW) and speaker Liu Li-ling, Director
of the TFDA's Division of Medicinal Products.
Wednesday, 6 August 2014
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On 6 August, the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) committee hosted a lunch to which they invited representatives from three of Taiwan’s most reputable foundations. The event was moderated by Vickie Lin & Peter Tou, Co-Chairs of the CSR committee. Guest
speakers were Chi Hui-jung, CEO of the Garden of Hope Foundation; Hu Yui-fung, Director of Public Relations, Children Are Us Foundation and Joyce Lin, Business Liaison Officer for the Society of Wilderness. Guests first gave brief overviews of their organisations,
after which a panel discussion was held to discuss how companies can help them.
Tuesday, 22 July 2014
On 22 July, the ECCT held an intimate round table lunch meeting with Eric Lin, Director of the International Affairs Division of the Tourism Bureau, under the Ministry of Transportation and Communications. The event was hosted
by the ECCT's Luxury Goods committee and attended by around 20 members from the luxury goods, retail and travel and tourism industry. During the event, members asked questions to and exchanged ideas with Director Lin on ways to boost Taiwan’s image and attractiveness
as a shopping destination.
Thursday, 26 June 2014
Date: Thursday, 26 June 2014
Venue: Residence One, Grand Hyatt Taipei
On 26 June the ECCT's leading European corporate executives in Taiwan, environmental protection experts from Asia and Europe and local government officials enjoyed a networking luncheon titled "European Experiences in Public-Private Partnership: the Key to
Mitigate Climate Change" co-organized by Environmental Protection Administration (EPA), European Chamber of Commerce Taiwan (ECCT), and European Economic and Trade Office (EETO). The luncheon was held after the 2014 Workshop on Capacity Building of Regional
Carbon Market in Asia: Experiences from Europe.