54 episodes

Formerly known as "Ganbei", which focused on business in China, the Asia Business Podcast broadens the show to Asia as a whole. We continue to interview some of the leading entrepreneurs and industry experts on cross-border business in the region and globally. The lead host is Art Dicker, a long time corporate lawyer who is fluent in Chinese, with 16 years experience in Asia. Art is a graduate of Princeton and GW Law with a MBA from the University of Southern California.

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Formerly known as "Ganbei", which focused on business in China, the Asia Business Podcast broadens the show to Asia as a whole. We continue to interview some of the leading entrepreneurs and industry experts on cross-border business in the region and globally. The lead host is Art Dicker, a long time corporate lawyer who is fluent in Chinese, with 16 years experience in Asia. Art is a graduate of Princeton and GW Law with a MBA from the University of Southern California.

    Effectively Communicating With Clients

    Effectively Communicating With Clients

    From our sister show the China Business Law Podcast:

    We interview Jon Hicks, Employment Counsel at Netflix at its headquarters in Los Gatos, California. On how lawyers can effectively communicate with clients, including internal company clients when operating as an in-house attorney.

    • 33 min
    Running a Global Compliance Program from Shanghai

    Running a Global Compliance Program from Shanghai

    From our sister show the China Business Law Podcast:

    Boon Kim Fam talks with Shirley Zhang, Global Compliance Director at Dover Fueling Solutions. On running a global compliance program out of Shanghai for a multinational company. On the challenges of “work-life integration” and time management during COVID-19. And how Shirley and her team manage to stay on top of an ever increasing number of data privacy and other compliance regulations around the world.

    • 22 min
    Law and Tech - Changing the World One Step at a Time

    Law and Tech - Changing the World One Step at a Time

    From our sister show the China Business Law Podcast:

    From a "surgeon saving lives" (external counsel) to a "family doctor who knows everything there needs to know about each member of the family" (in-house lawyer), Di Yao, Head of Legal for Google Shanghai speaks to the China Business Law Podcast about his journey from an external counsel to an in-house lawyer.

    In this episode, Di talks about what prompted him to move from a law firm to an in-house role, how he adds value to a technology company and also what technology companies should be thinking about in terms of their strategy taking into account the evolving regulatory requirements.

    Many would say when one transitions from a law firm to an in-house role, it might be for work-life balance reasons. Not Di though - he made the switch because he wanted to change the world. And he did, by joining Google in China and becoming a gatekeeper with a difference, providing pragmatic advice and risk assessment in a fast paced technology industry. Di implored audiences to think about what makes a business successful in China and weave this into the strategy, whether or not this relates to intellectual property, data security as well as privacy. He also advocates taking a step back and truly understand the intention of legislature in developing a robust business strategy. In relation to intellectual property, Di also explained that it is no longer enough to think that a product offering delivered a couple of years ago will continue to be relevant, as continuous innovation and creativity are key drivers driving the domestic market and we all have to catch up. China also recognizes the importance of intellectual property protection, so proactive protection, instead of a defensive IP litigation strategy would be a more sustainable approach.

    • 24 min
    Building Teams and Nurturing Talent as a General Counsel

    Building Teams and Nurturing Talent as a General Counsel

    From our sister show, the China Business Law Podcast:

    Craig Katerberg discusses managing a team of over 120+ people, keeping top talent happy, and how lawyers can improve their communication and understanding of company strategy to be more effective.

    • 50 min
    Building the Community of the Future

    Building the Community of the Future

    We have a conversation with Jill Tang on building a community of fans and advocates that can help corporations on their purpose and sustainability goals. She gives insights on her journey of building Ladies Who Tech, one of the leading social enterprises in China focused on the STEM industry.

    • 41 min
    Developing Better Digital Solutions for Chemical Industry

    Developing Better Digital Solutions for Chemical Industry

    In our conversation with Jessica Yu, the International BD Director of In-Road, we delve into In-Road's approach to helping chemical clients digitize their manufacturing processes, all while highlighting the current trends and challenges shaping the ongoing digitization journey within China's chemical landscape.

    • 33 min

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