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With Special Thanks To:

Dipak Jain, Dean

Donald Jacobs, Dean Emeritus

Sunil Chopra, Senior Associate Dean

Fran Langewisch, Assistant Dean and Director of Student Affairs

Elizabeth Orr, Assistant Director of Corporate Relations

Jill Wiles, Special Events Coordinator


For their continuous support to our conference and promoting Greater China at Kellogg!

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Kellogg Greater China Business Conference
April 19th, 2008

Welcome to the Kellogg Greater China Business Conference of 2008. The leadership team and I are all extremely excited to have the opportunity to host this event, now in its second year, which will bring together students, faculty and industry leaders to share their knowledge of and interest in doing business in China.

This year, the theme for the conference is "One World: Removing Barriers to Achieve Global Dreams." Increasingly the idea of one world across countries and cultures is becoming a closer reality, and China's involvement in this process is paramount. This is particularly pertinent as an increasing number of global companies are entering China, and Chinese companies are going global. We anticipate a more globalized, "flat" world with fewer boundaries between China and other nations. However, there are numerous boundaries still to overcome to reach this global dream. This conference will provide a forum for exploration into these legal, economic and cultural challenges and a discussion of relevant strategies to overcome them through key speakers, interactive panel discussions, and networking opportunities throughout the day.

Kellogg has the unique opportunity to leverage its partnership with top EMBA programs in Greater China to bring global leaders to campus to share with you their real-world experience in management issues in Greater China. Paired with the strength of Kellogg's outstanding academic faculty, these leaders will offer unique perspectives on these challenges as they relate to particularly timely topics such as China's relationship with nearby Asian countries and the effect of the upcoming Olympics.

We invite you to join us at the Kellogg School of Management James L. Allen Center at Northwestern University on Saturday, April 19th, 2008.

I look forward to seeing you at the conference.

Sincerely,

Yen Chun Lin
Executive Chairman
Kellogg Greater China Business Conference

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