May 6 - 8, 2014

2014 Michigan Minority Procurement Conference

Attorney Peter Pang will speak at the 2014 Michigan Minority Procurement Conference on May 7, 2014 at Cobo Hall in Detroit.

Mr. Pang will be a panelist on “Gateway to Global Business”. The panel will discuss the obstacles businesses often face when entering new markets, common mistakes, and business opportunities in Asia, South America, Africa and Middle East. Mr. Pang will focus on the opportunities and obstacles to doing business in China. The other panelists joining him will be Purnima Voria, Founder/CEO, National U.S. India Chamber of Commerce; George Mui, Global Business Development Specialist, MDBA; and Tim Attala, Senior Counsel, Miller Canfield.

Mr. Pang specializes in helping multi-national companies in establishing a foothold and making an investment in China. He has substantial corporate and transactional experience, including M&A, foreign direct investments, corporate formation and government contracts, particularly as they relate to cross-border transactions with China and Chinese state-owned enterprises. His expertise includes international distribution, retail distribution, vendor/supplier contracts, marketing agreements and joint ventures, both contractual and equity, particularly relating to China or with Chinese parties. Mr. Pang has been the principal driver behind over $5 billion of M&A transactions over the last 30 years, many of those transactions involved Sino-American parties.

The 2014 Michigan Minority Procurement Conference is presented by the Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council. The conference will take place May 6 – 8, 2014 at Cobo Hall in Detroit. To learn more about the conference or to register, please click here.
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Cobo Hall
Detroit, Michigan
Registration Required