Event Details

AmCham China is pleased to provide a briefing for our members on the latest findings from Brunswick's China sentiment-tracking research. This exclusive, off-the-record event will be conducted in English and is scheduled to take place on June 11.

This research seeks to understand perceptions of topics at the intersection of China and business-critical issues among the Chinese general population and a global, informed, and engaged audience from 12 markets across Asia, Europe, the Americas, Middle East, and Africa.

Since 2019, there have been multiple waves of surveys tracking sentiment across many of these important markets.

This remains the only tracking study in the market that surveys audiences both inside and outside of China to explore how geopolitical issues are impacting their attitudes and behaviors on business issues. The research is not publicly available and is only being shared in exclusive briefing sessions.

The latest research covers the following themes:

  • How the Chinese public feels about the current domestic economic environment, and how their concerns impact spending habits
  • Outlook on the recovery of the Chinese economy and if consumers have faith things will get back on track
  • Chinese opinion of multinational businesses operating in China, including which countries and specific companies they see as making the greatest positive local impact
  • The connection between strong social local impact initiatives and impact on Chinese consumer decision making
  • International attitudes towards business, trade, and investment connectivity between their markets and China
  • Global attitudes towards multilateral and bilateral engagement with China, and the impact of US-China competition on populations around the world
  • Exploration of the drivers of different attitudes towards China when comparing the opinions of developed and emerging markets

Join us for what is sure to be a fascinating and insightful event!


4:00 PM - 4:30 PM
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Session Q&A
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM


  • Peter Zysk (Partner, Insight Asia-Pacific Lead, Beijing at Brunswick Group)

    Peter Zysk

    Partner, Insight Asia-Pacific Lead, Beijing at Brunswick Group

    Combining the science of data and the art of communications, Peter leads Brunswick Insight in Asia, where he has helped to establish and build the opinion research and analytics practice in the region from the ground up.

    An authority on creating powerful communications programs rooted in data and insight, Peter is also a founding member of the Brunswick Insight team in the US. He employs a wide variety of research methodologies, opinion research, and analytics capabilities to advise multinational companies on their positioning in Asia and Chinese companies on their international expansion strategies and positioning.

    By examining critical issues facing China in light of research and analysis on interconnecting global markets, Peter is able to offer stakeholders a clear picture of the world around them. Building on a foundation of evidence-based data and relevant insight, Peter takes a rigorous, intellectual approach to communications strategy, ensuring his advisory work keeps pace with accelerating global change and increasingly complex global issues. His focused interest in international public opinion of China, and of Chinese public opinion of businesses operating in the country, informs the much sought-after commentary he provides for international and Chinese companies.

    Peter has bachelor’s degrees in Journalism and Asian Studies from Gonzaga University, and a master’s degree in International Affairs from American University’s School of International Service.

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  • Michael Hart (President at AmCham China)

    Michael Hart

    President at AmCham China

    Michael Hart is President of the American Chamber of Commerce in China (AmCham China), based in Beijing. He has over 25 of business experience in Asia, including more than 20 years in mainland China.

    As President, Michael oversees all advocacy, programs, partnerships, and insights provided by the Chamber to support the business growth of nearly 1,000 foreign corporations operating in China, including most of the US Fortune 500. The Chamber’s advocacy includes the American Business in China White Paper and China Business Climate Survey, each published annually, as well as numerous interactions with both the US and Chinese governments on behalf of our members.

    Prior to joining AmCham China, Michael spent most of his career in commercial real estate in Taipei, Shanghai, and Tianjin, including almost 20 years for NYSE-listed property services firm, JLL. He started in the research division briefing real estate owners, occupiers, and investors on transactions and macro trends, before opening, building, and leading a company branch office in Tianjin, one of China’s largest cities, for over a decade. Following this, Michael opened a private consulting and investment firm that invested in quick service restaurants, among other projects.
    In addition to this work, Michael has been a long-term AmCham China member and served on the Tianjin Chapter’s Executive Committee for nearly 15 years, including several terms as Chair.

    Michael holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a focus on finance and banking from the University of Missouri-Columbia in the US. He is a fluent speaker of Mandarin Chinese. Michael was born and raised near Kansas City, Missouri.

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Members Ticket
Standard Price RMB 150
Non-Members Ticket
Standard Price RMB 450


Washington Room, AmCham Office, Pacific Century Place

Floor 5, Gate 5, Pacific Century Place,
2A Workers' Stadium North Road,
Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100027 北京市朝阳区工体北路甲2号,盈科中心5号门5层。 邮编100027

Beijing, Chaoyang District, China

If you have any questions please contact Mark Dreyer

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