The China Challenge Summit will be one of the most important gatherings of leaders and experts in U.S.-China relations, international trade and business, national security policy, and others to provide private- and public-sector leaders with both strategic insight and tactical advice for operating in the current global environment. Participants will have the opportunity to learn from and engage with a unique group of China specialists on today’s most salient diplomatic and industrial challenges.
Scheduled for in-person on June 9 at Utah Valley University, the objective is to convene a high-profile group of leaders from across the nation and world — including you and your colleagues — to yield quality thought-leadership around three themes:
- China’s geopolitical strategy and U.S. foreign policy towards China.
- China’s economic, trade, business, and foreign policies.
- How U.S. businesses and policymakers should respond to these China challenges.
Join Harris Bricken attorney Jonathan Bench, VP of Research at the National Bureau of Asian Research Alison Szalwinski, Deputy General Counsel at Microsoft C.J. Mahoney, and VP of International Government Affairs at Intel Sarah Kemp for the Trade Winds & Viable Alternatives to China discussion to learn more about the WTO and global rules, U.S.-China trade relations, and how places like Vietnam and Mexico are differentiating themselves from China.
In Person Admission Ticket: $199.00
Virtual Admission Ticket: FREE
Time: 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Building: The Noorda Center at UVU
Room: Concert Hall