Join This Business Networking Event at Kartel

By That's Shanghai, September 24, 2021

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A series of business networking events kick off at Kartel this coming Thursday, September 30. Tickets are just RMB100 presale, which includes two drinks, while there will be a lucky draw and Kartel will be offering some great deals on food and drink.

Leo Tee of Phoenix Consultancy

As well as a chance to meet and mingle with likeminded professionals, each event will have a topical talk. The inaugural event is entitled a Complete Guide on Insurance for Foreigners in China, with guest speaker Leo Tee of Phoenix Consultancy. 

A qualified accountant, financial advisor and insurance broker, Leo will be shedding light on the medical insurance industry in China, covering the following topics:

  • What kind of Healthcare Providers does China have?

  • How to choose the right Medical Insurance Plan for corporate, expats and family?

  • What is the difference between Local and International Medical Coverage?

  • What is the difference between Local and International Insurers?

  • What is Direct Billing?

  • What types of Medical Plan and Coverage is right for me?

  • How do underwriters assess you application for Pre-Existing Condition or Critical Illness?

Tickets will be RMB120 at the door, so get yours now by scanning the QR on the poster:


Sep 30, from 6.30pm; presale RMB100 includes two drinks. 

See a listing for Kartel.

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