Focus Groups


The British Chamber of Commerce Shanghai has Focus Groups comprising of member companies across a range of business sectors. Representing a core group of professionals within their respective industries, focus group members share their expertise by identifying key issues of interest and selecting topics for events, as well as identifying potential speakers.

As an integral part of the Chamber, each focus group is led by a core group of individuals who meet a minimum of once every quarter to set an agenda for focus group activities. Participation on a focus group committee is voluntary and open to all members.

If you would like to gain a better understanding of the workings of the Focus Groups; or you have an idea to form a new Focus Group for your industry sector or business function, please refer to the Focus Group guidelines here.

Latest Focus Group News & Activities

Mini Lounge Podcast: Managing Cross-Cultural Teams in China (S2/E3)

Wednesday, 09 October 2019

This is our third episode of Season Two in the Live Lounge Podcast Series, and in this episode, we bring you a fascinating broadcast about the benefits and challenges of Managing Cross-Cultural Teams in China.

Small & Medium Enterprises Focus Group Announces New Chairman: Fabrizio Ulivi, Shi Bisset & Associates

Tuesday, 24 September 2019

The Chamber is pleased to announce that Fabrizio Ulivi, Managing Partner at Shi Bisset & Associates, succeeded Stephen Graham, Managing Director at Graham Education Consulting, as the new Chairman of the Chamber's Small & Medium Enterprises Focus Group.

Education Focus Group Announces New Chairman: David Mansfield, YK Pao School

Wednesday, 04 September 2019

The British Chamber Shanghai is pleased to announce that, David Mansfield, Executive Headmaster at YK Pao School succeeded William Vanbergen, CEO at BE Education as the new Chairman of the Chamber's Education Focus Group.

All Focus Groups

If you would like to find more details about the Focus Groups, please contact the Chamber Staff:

Jun Wang,

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