Global Service Outsourcing Industry Forum

I.Time:September 28-29, 2017

II.Location:Crystal Ballroom, The Dragon Hotel,Hangzhou

III.Theme:Constructing New Eco for Sourcing to Promote New Economic Development


-Ministryof Commerce of the People’s Republic of China

-HangzhouMunicipal People’s Government


-ChinaCouncil for International Investment Promotion (CCIIP)

-HangzhouMunicipal Commission of Commerce


-ChinaSoftware Industry Association

-ChinaAssociation of Development Zones

-ChinaBuilding Materials Circulation Association

-ChinaAcademy of Information and Communications Technology


-Officialsfrom MOFCOM and other related ministries and commissions

-Domesticand foreign buyers

-Domesticand foreign service providers

-Domesticand foreign industry experts

-Delegatesfrom service outsourcing demonstration cities and parks


VIII.Scale:about 500 attendees

IX.Language:Chinese and English (simultaneousinterpreting)


Moderator:Tang Jun, Inspector of Department of Trade inServices and Commercial Services of MOFCOM


Speeches by Officials

  Mr. XieShuangcheng, Deputy Mayor of Hangzhou Municipal Government

  Liang Liming,Vice Governor of Zhejiang Provincial Government

         Wang Shouwen, Vice Minister of Commerce of PRC


Keynote speech I: The Application of Artificial Intelligence & The  Future of Digital World

Key Points:  The story as how AI is impacting our business, in the way of  transitioning into digital business and driving the digital economy.

Speaker:Tracy Tsai, Research Vice President, Gartner


Keynote speech II:Building  Strategic Cooperation Eco to Jointly Promote the Digital Transformation

Speaker: Yin Hao, CIO/CDO, Haier Group


Keynote speech III: Using the All-cloud Strategy to Lead the Innovation-driven  Growth

Speaker: Dr.  Chen Yuhong, Chairman of the Board & Chief Executive Officer, ChinaSoft  International Ltd.


Tea Break


Global  Service Outsourcing Industry Dialogue

Moderator:  Jim Longwood, Research Vice President, Gartner

Key Points:  Many disruptive trends are changing the sourcing of IT and  business process sources in a digital age. What does China and other leading  offshore countries need to do to compete and grow in these changing times.  How can they effectively support growing demand from domestic and offshore  firms for emerging digital services such as big data, cloud, intelligent  automation as well as data analytics and IoT. Against this backdrop, the  panel of representatives from three (tbc) leading International and China  based organizations and industry associations, will discuss how they are  adapting to these challenges and implications for the local and offshore  industry and Government policy.


  Shivendra  Singh, Vice President, Global Trade Development of NASSCOM

  Dr.  Andrzej Juchniewicz, Chief Representative in China, Polish Investment and  Trade Agency

  Balazs  Fejes, CTO APAC, EPAM

  Jahangir  Naina, Managing Director, Luxoft

  Walter  Fang, Executive Vice President, iSoftStone

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