Interview with Wang Ting, Office Manager, Senseair Chengdu Gas Sensors Co Ltd

Glad to be involved in this event. I will try to be active as much as possible in this special situation the whole world is in since the COVID-19 outbreak.

What’s your favourite, best memory of the European Chamber experience?

As one of the oldest members of the European Chamber Chengdu Chapter, I always say to people that it is a great feeling to have been one of you since the very beginning. I would like to say that most of your events I have participated in left me with many wonderful feelings and good memories. My best experience is seeing how everyone, including me, is growing under your continuous effort and help as you constantly create many chances for us to meet good companies and good people during those years.

What’s the difference of China’s business/regulatory environment in your industry today vs. 20 years ago?

It is a complicated question.  Since I have been working in the sensor industry for more than 15 years, if I only look at this segment, business has developed very quickly. From commercial to consumer application, many different types of sensor have been adopted, as many people can see that they bring advanced concepts to the average consumer that want to live in smart, environmental-protective, and even efficiency-saving ways. Sensors act like our eyes, ears and so on. Meanwhile, the government also welcomes this kind of investment and tries to improve the business environment for entities.

What do you expect to see China’s business/regulatory environment to change in 20 years?

I expect business to see another good 20 years. If the Chinese Government can continue to further open up and reform, which started in 1978, I believe more businesses will be able to grow sustainably. I hope the whole nation can benefit from this movement, so all of society can eventually co-exist in good relations.

What role do you expect the European Chamber to take in the next 20 years?

The European Chamber has played an important role in connecting us and the authorities. On behalf of many small and medium-sized enterprises as well as giant European companies, the European Chamber is getting our voices heard by the Chinese Government.  Without it, I think it would be even more difficult to deal with the government as individual entities. Let’s hope the European Chamber can continue its work and actively engage in dialogue with the Chinese Government.

What value has the European Chamber brought to you/your company/your industry?

The European Chamber is our own organisation. They have been always very supportive of us; good information shared, regular events held. I have anticipated the launch of nearly every position paper, which have a lot of work and efforts invested in them.

Wang Ting, Office Manager, Senseair Chengdu Gas Sensors Co Ltd

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