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Monica Li

More than 25 years experience in Euro/Asian strategy planning, marketing and business development.

1988-1995:

  • Director of the Catalonia Regional Government  Trade Promotion Centre (COPCA) for P. R.  China, Beijing office.
  • Director del COPCA para el Sudeste de Asia, Oficina Regional de Singapur.
  • Director of  COPCA for South east Asia,  regional office in Singapore.

1995:

  • Founder of MONLI AISA INTERNATIONAL S.L.
  • Representative and consultant for China for the Leading Brands of Spain Forum.
  • Consultant for European market for different Chinese administrations as China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT), regional government of Shandong Province, Sichuan, Hebei.
  • Consultant of the Association of Spanish Brands (AMRE) for the Chinese market making functions in advising on the positioning and deployment in the Chinese market of associated companies.
  • Consultant appointed by several Regional Governments, Spanish, Chinese and Taiwan Chambers of Commerce, as well as associations and industry groups in Singapore.
  • Consultant by ICEX for the development and implementation of the plan PIPE2000 to support small and medium enterprises for internationalization, guiding and forming Spanish companies from different sectors.
  • Antenna for European markets for different Asian governments as the Taiwan Textile Federation.
  • Professor of several MBA courses at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, University of San Sebastián, ESADE, CSEC, ESMAI.
  • Speaker in workshops and seminars such as “Doing business in China and Asia Pacific,” “Trading Protocols”, “Sector Strategy in PR China” … organized by chambers of commerce of Barcelona, Madrid, Navarra, La Coruna, Valencia, Castellon , Ciudad Real, Gijon, Junta de Extremadura,… and different industry associations and economic institutions, ICEX, CECO, Metallurgy Association of Catalonia, Spanish Textile Federation, Spanish Association of Food and Beverage,…

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