Strategies for Chinese Companies to Navigate the U.S. Media Landscape

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About the Event:

This event will seek to provide member companies with a basic understanding of the value of effective public relations (PR) programs and demonstrate why they are beneficial for companies to proactively manage their public profile and reputation to improve business outcomes. This live webinar will additionally discuss how companies can leverage PR tactics with specific emphasis on how Chinese companies operating in the U.S. can navigate the media landscape.


Date

10月 05, 2021

Time

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Speakers

  • Peter Reisman
    Peter Reisman
    Co-Chair of the CGCC Government and Public Relations Committee, Managing Director and Chief Communications Officer at Bank of China U.S.A.

    Mr. Reisman joined the bank in 2017 and leads a new group focusing on government and public relations, business development, marketing, and corporate social responsibility. Mr. Reisman has almost 30 years of experience working with Chinese private and government entities advising on cross-border investments and bilateral trade negotiations with the United States, China and Israel. Mr. Reisman received a Masters in Law from Peking University Law School, a Juris Doctor Degree and LL.M. from Columbia Law School and spent six years in Israel working for the government in both a legal and advisory capacity focusing on issues relating to China and other countries in the Asia Pacific region. Mr. Reisman is fluent in Mandarin and Hebrew, and is a member of the National Committee on U.S. – China Relations and the advisory board for AJC’s Asia Pacific Institute. He also serves as Co-Chair of the Government and Public Relations Committee for the China General Chamber of Commerce- U.S.A.

  • Thomas Rozycki
    Thomas Rozycki
    Managing Director of Prosek Partners

    Tom has been practicing investor relations for his entire professional career, beginning in-house with several major telecommunications companies, and transitioning to the agency world seven years ago. Tom joined Prosek Partners in early 2005 to help cultivate the firm’s investor relations capabilities and grew the practice’s revenues by 100% in the first year.
    He serves as the day-to-day contact for several clients’ financial communications and investor relations programs, with core competencies in technology and the transportation industry. In addition, he provides senior investor relations counsel on a number of the firm’s other investor relations clients. He has worked extensively on mergers and acquisitions, corporate and investor communications, and divestitures and retail shareowner programming within the corporate and agency settings.
    Tom believes that trust is the foundation upon which mutual success is built. Prosek’s investor relations clients trust the team to go the extra mile, to know their businesses as well as they do, and to provide them with honest and candid counsel to help them differentiate their companies from the competition.
    Tom is a graduate of The College of New Jersey, has served on the Corporate Advisory Council of the National Association of Investors Corporation (NAIC) and is a current member of the National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI).
    Tom is a graduate of The College of New Jersey, has served on the Corporate Advisory Council of the National Association of Investors Corporation (NAIC) and is a current member of the National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI).