Annual Business Mulan Conference Held in Beijing

April 29, 2011
Editor: Wang Yuxia

Thursday saw the convening in Beijing of the 2011 Business Mulan Annual Conference.

Hosted by Chinese Entrepreneur magazine, the theme of the meeting was "Back to Happy Commerce."

Three forums took place during the meeting, including Confusion and Breakthrough, Self-improvement, Family-Management and Company-Running and Common Challenges in Women's Opening Business.

Vice-President and Member of the Secretariat of All-China Women's Federation Meng Xiaosi makes a speech on Thursday at the 2011 Business Mulan Annual Conference in Beijing titled Happy Business Depends on Happy People. [sina.com.cn]

Vice-President and Member of the Secretariat of All-China Women's Federation Meng Xiaosi makes a speech on Thursday at the 2011 Business Mulan Annual Conference in Beijing titled Happy Business Depends on Happy People. [sina.com.cn]

Vice-President and Member of the Secretariat of All-China Women's Federation Meng Xiaosi attended the annual meeting and made a speech titled Happy Business Depends on Happy People.

Meng said in her speech that everyone has his or her own definition of happiness but that it is nonetheless a common pursuit in human society.

Certain entrepreneurs, especially women, establish psychological consultation websites where netizens nationwide discuss their concepts of happiness, thus establishing a new business space, Meng added.

Women's federations and organizations are doing their utmost to help Chinese women achieve happiness, Meng concluded.

Thirty of the country's most influential businesswomen were awarded at an awards ceremony later that day the title of Chinese Business Mulan for their outstanding achievements.

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