What’s Coming For U.S. – China Relations in 2019...
and What Your Company Needs to Do About It
December 6, 2018 8 AM - 12:00 PM
The current U.S. – China trade conflict will continue through
2019 setting up a “new normal” by 2020 in the way the
two countries conduct business with each other.
Join us for this important seminar as we examine key issues
facing Illinois companies over the next 12 months as they
navigate through the conflict’s fallout and prepare for the
changes coming in 2020.
After lunch, you are invited to stay for an optional open
forum to discuss any topic on U.S. - China business relations
that may affect your organization.
Why there is a U.S. – China conflict and why it will continue
Key business issues facing Illinois manufacturing companies
Tailoring a business plan to address the immediate challenges
of 2019 and prepare for 2020’s “new normal”
DECEMBER 6, 2018 8 am - 12:00 pm $300 (Lunch will be provided)
About the Presenter:
Michael Sacharski, Founder and Managing Director, Pacific Enterprise Capital International
Mr. Sacharski’s career spans 30 years of living and working in China. He has work experiences
across China’s development trajectory; from post-Cultural Revolution devastation to today’s global
giant conducting sophisticated transactions around the world.
In 1984, Mr. Sacharski founded Multicom, Inc. to provide market entry services to American companies
exporting to China. Later, he became Asia – Pacific director for Comstream Corporation (U.S.), a
manufacturer of innovative satellite‐based communication systems. Mr. Sacharski subsequently
became China chief representative for U.S. telecom giant GTE (now Verizon). He returned to his
entrepreneurial roots when he founded Pacific Enterprise Capital, a provider of business development
services and funding for Chinese high‐tech start‐up companies. Pacific Enterprise Capital was
later reorganized as Pacific Enterprise Capital International to serve clients in Asia and the U.S.
Mr. Sacharski has also conducted business in Japan, the Republic of Korea, Southeast Asia, India and Pakistan. He has been a
public speaker in Asia and the U.S. on topics ranging from challenging business issues to new technology applications. He is a
founding board member of the United States Technology Office (USITO) in Beijing and frequently advises U.S. business leaders
and government officials on China.
He holds undergraduate and graduate degrees respectively in political science (international relations) and international and
comparative education from Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan.