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Connecting China Event on KLM Open

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On sunny Sunday 14th September Dragons Businessclub successfully co-hosted the Connecting China Event with KLM and the Hong Kong Chamber of Commerce in the Netherlands on the KLM Open Golf Tournament in Zandvoort.

Mr. Harm Kreulen, senior vice president Benelux Air France KLM, started the event with a warm welcome to the guests. Subsequently Mayor of Zandvoort, Mr. Niek Meijer, gave the audience an interesting introduction about his city Zandvoort and Mr. Pieter Elbers, Deputy CEO of KLM spoke about the 8 KLM destinations in China.
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After these speeches the three co-hosts presented their propositions on doing business with China. KLM kicked off with its presentation of its BlueBiz programme for the frequent business traveller. Specifically for expanding business networks KLM has introduced Club China, an online global business community that offers content about business cases and valuable contacts.

Mr. George Ammerlaan, chairman of the Hong Kong Chamber of Commerce in the Netherlands, and Mr. Chang Wong, former chairman and ambassador of Dragons Businessclub, gave insights on China business. Mr. Ammerlaan emphasised the importance of Hong Kong as gateway to mainland China and Mr. Wong showed how Dragons Businessclub is a great value in connecting Dutch and Chinese entrepreneurs through its annual 6 events in the Netherlands.

Ms. Bettine Vriesekoop, former European champion table tennis player and writer, shared her experiences in China during her training camps back in the eighties of last century. She also has presented an overview of historical and modern sports in China.  Mr. Henry Jin, HR Director of Cargill Refined Oils Europe, closed the overall interesting presentations by explaining how you can grow your business with Chinese talents.

The presentations were followed by a traditional lucky draw. Three lucky winners received their prizes: an IPad Air, a sports watch and two flight tickets to any KLM destination in China. Besides these lucky winners golfer Andy Sullivan was also very lucky. On the last day of the golf tournament he has hit a ‘hole in one’ and won a very special prize: a trip into space!
After the presentations there was plenty opportunity for networking, accompanied by drinks and finger food.

By Nga Yau Wong

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