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We mostly hear all the great stories and what people have done right to succeed. But this time as preparation for the next Business Person of the Year of China which will be celebrated in a Gala Dinner on the 4th of November, we have invited the 2016 winners, Entrepreneur of the Year , Steen Teisen from Nordic Sound & Business Person of the Year, Allan Sand from SAND Future to share with us “their 5 biggest mistakes and what they wished someone had told them” on their way to creating successful businesses in China.

Join us for an informal event at D.O.C. Gastronomica Italia on Dongping road to hear their exciting stories and ask Steen and Allan questions on how to achieve success.

Participation Fee for this event is 200RMB for Members and 400RMB for Non-Members. The price includes canapés, local beer and house wine.

About the speakers:
Steen Teijsen is the Co-owner of Nordic Sound Hearing Services which opened in June 2015. He has been in the hearing aide industry since 1991. Over the years, Steen has become fluent in Mandarin. He is able to conduct seminars in Mandarin as well as make presentations at conferences on technical topics related to audiology and diagnostics. His aim has remained the same from the moment he stepped into this industry which is to help China improve its skills and capabilities in providing hearing rehabilitation services at a high level.

Allan Sand founded Sand Future in 2006 which is a manufacturer of consumer high pressure washers for worldwide power tool brands that value innovation and quality. Today, he is the sole owner of this supplier quality award winning company with a capacity of more than 500,000 units of consumer high pressure washers per year. Allan has seen numerous challenges in China, including a problematic Joint Venture partnership and selling out the company too early, before buying back his “baby”. He went through a period of three golden years, followed by three low growth years, finally reaching a mature growth strategy with himself back in control.