Chairman, Chamber of Commerce in China
January 24, 2013: 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Ted Dean, a Booth graduate, has been serving as Chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce for China in Beijing. He will be a speaker at the next International Business Group meeting. Ted will talk about his business experiences in China and how business in China is different and similar to business in the US.
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Ted will talk about his business experiences in China and how business in China is different and similar to business in the US.
Ted Dean (Speaker)
For the past 13 years, Mr. Dean has lived in China. He is President & Managing Director and a principal at BDA, which he originally joined in 1999. Ted is also a co-founder of Americans Promoting Study Abroad, a Washington, DC based non-profit that has brought public high school students from the US to Beijing since 2008. He has an MBA from the University of Chicago and an honors BA in History from Yale University. Ted also studied at Nankai University in Tianjin and Beijing Normal University.
AmCham-China is a non-partisan and independent nonprofit organization representing the interests of some 2,600 companies and individuals doing business throughout China. Formally recognized by China's Ministry of Civil Affairs in 1991, AmCham-China is the leader at promoting American business interests in China. Headquartered in Beijing, with chapters in Central China (Wuhan) Tianjin and Dalian, the Chinese government recognizes AmCham-China as America's official chamber of commerce.