|KFC Localized Logo Beijing China (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
Will they survive competition, food scandals and increasingly critical customers?
On Thursday CEIBS-adjunct professor Richard Brubaker will join us and we will discuss both KFC and Apple at length. Yes, both are still successful, but will they hang on?
Update: who is next heading for trouble? We bet on General Motors, who is busy jeopardizing their relationship with their China partner SAIC. They should first talk to Volkswagen, who did a similar move in the 1990s.
Do you want to have you say too? Leave your questions at our event page (available here), or register for participation.
The China Weekly Hangout takes mostly place on Thursdays 10pm Beijing time, 3pm CET (Europe) and 9am EST (US/Canada). This week it will be on Wednesday. You can follow the discussion also on YouTube at our event page on here in this space.
Is this going to be your first Google+ Hangout and do you want to try it out in a dry run before participating. Send me an email, or add me to your Gtalk (if you use that).
Yesterday the China Weekly Hangout discussed how pollution affects the lives of those living and working in China. Participating, Richard Brubaker and Fons Tuinstra, president of the China Speakers Bureau.