Launching Luxury in China

Start your morning with the most important meal of the day and a dose of inspiration from guest speaker Meagan Dietz, director of international business development at Godiva, the global luxury brand of premium chocolates.

Meagan broadly works on Godiva’s global expansion. Her China work has been focused on identifying and securing the best retail and café operators as well as launching Godiva’s e-commerce and wholesale channels.

Join us for our first Power Breakfast at Milly’s Cakes — muffins, croissants, cupcakes, yogurt, fresh fruit, juice, tea, and coffee served!

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MEAGAN DIETZ

Director, International Business Development

Meagan broadly works on Godiva’s global expansion. Her China work has been focused on identifying and securing the best retail and café operators as well as launching Godiva’s e-commerce and wholesale channels. She also works on new market business expansion including franchise partner selection as well as improving our performance in existing markets.

Prior to Godiva, Meagan worked at Cushman & Wakefield leading their China consulting services, and 7 years at McKinsey & Company based in New York City and Beijing, China. Meagan’s prior consulting services covered many major corporate clients in Europe, North America, India, China and Korea and across several sectors, including consumer business, retail, technology, manufacturing, biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and financial services.

Meagan has an MBA from Columbia and London Business School and graduated with a BA in International Relations from University of Washington. She has also studied abroad at School for International Training in Geneva, Switzerland and Studio Arts Center International, Florence, Italy.

Meagan has published three articles: 1) “How Chinese Companies Can Succeed Abroad”, McKinsey Quarterly, May 2008. 2) “Protecting Intellectual Property in China”, McKinsey Quarterly, July 2005. 3) “Getting More from Intellectual Property”, McKinsey Quarterly, November 2004.

About Godiva

From its praliné chocolates, truffes and shell-molded chocolate pieces to its biscuits collection, coffees and chocolate drinks. For decades, GODIVA Chocolatier uses only finest quality ingredients, is dedicated to artistic craftsmanship and creative innovation . Paying attention to every single detail to delight and surprise the consumer building on the Belgium heritage.

Since its introduction to America in 1966 and Japan in 1972, GODIVA continues to be the leader in the premium confectionery category. GODIVA Chocolatier owns and operates more than 450 boutiques and shops worldwide. GODIVA products are also available at finer department and specialty stores.

From New York to Paris to Tokyo to Hong Kong, it is GODIVA that brings the best of Belgium to the world.

Thursday, 10 May 2012, 8:00-9:30 a.m.
Milly’s Cakes (Nali Patio C308, 81 Sanlitun Beilu)
010 5208 6071

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