The 2022 China Challenge Summit will be one of the most important gatherings of leaders and experts in U.S.-China relations, international trade and business, national security policy, and others to provide private- and public-sector leaders with both strategic insight and tactical advice for operating in the current global environment.
Hosted by World Trade Center Utah and Utah Valley University, this event convenes a high-profile group of leaders from across the nation and world to yield quality thought-leadership around three themes:
China’s economic, trade, business, and foreign policies.
China’s geopolitical strategy and U.S. foreign policy towards China.
How U.S. businesses and policymakers should respond to these challenges.
Speakers include R. Nicholas Burns, current US ambassador to China; Jon M. Hunstman Jr., former US ambassador to China, Singapore, and Russia; and several BYU alumni. See the full agenda here.
This event will be held Thursday, 9 June, at the Noorda Center at Utah Valley University. Cost for in-person attendees is $199; a cheaper virtual attendance option is also available. You can use code WTCUTAH for $100 off your ticket. Students who are interested in attending the summit but are unable to afford the cost can request a complimentary ticket here.