Entries by Ines Klughardt

XXXVIII Berlin Global Forum

Berlin, Germany January 16, 2020 As a follow-up to our XV Study Trip to China & Hong Kong we organized another Global Forum on China for our members. Thanks to our large network and our longstanding relationships in China, we were able to assemble a high-ranking panel for the evening, including: Wolfgang Niedermark, Head of […]

X New York Global Forum

New York, United States of America December 12, 2019 “2019, a Turbulent Year for the US and China Relationship. What can we expect from 2020?” was the title for the 2019 Christmas holiday breakfast in NYC. Mr. Rong Yang, Vice President, Head of Hematology Marketing, Bayer US LLC, shared his perspective on the current status […]

2019 Annual Thanksgiving Dinner / XX Frankfurt Global Forum

Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland 5. Dezember, 2019 On Thursday, December 5, Global Bridges members, Young Leader Alumni and friends came together in Frankfurt to celebrate the traditional Thanksgiving Dinner at the invitation of U.S. Consul General Patricia Lacina in her festively decorated residence. The Thanksgiving Dinner in Frankfurt has become so popular that this year […]

XV Study Trip to China and Hong Kong 2019

Beijing – Dunhuang – Chongqing – Guilin – Hong Kong October 20 – November 2, 2019 From October 20 to November 15, Global Bridges travelled to China and Hong Kong for the fifteenth time. According to the topic of this year’s Study Trip „From the Ancient Silk Road to Today’s Belt and Road Initiative“, we […]

VIII London Global Forum

London, United Kingdom October 7, 2019 Topic: Book Presentation „Brexit. Causes and Consequences“ by Rudolf G. Adam On Monday, 7 October 2019, Sir Robert Cooper presented to members of Global Bridges and some invited guests the book „Brexit. Causes and Consequences“, written by our member Rudolf Adam. The event took place in the Churchill Room at […]

Study Trip to Ethiopia and Ghana

Addis Ababa – Accra September 15 – 22, 2019 Compared to China, whose population will remain at 1.4 billion by 2050, the population of Africa will grow from the current 1.3 billion to 2.3 billion. The challenges involved are enormous, but so are the opportunities for the “Continent of the Century”. Time for Global Bridges […]