The Indiana Governor, Eric Holcomb, will be visiting Beijing in late September and meeting with member companies that are interested indoing business with Indiana and/or already have had a presence in Indiana over breakfast. The Governor will share about Indiana's international outreach efforts and is interested to hear companies' on-the-ground experiences. The Beijing visit is part of Governor Holcomb's Economic Development Trip in Asia, to support the state of Indiana's increasingly global economy, strengthen partnerships and create connections across business, culture, education, government and even sports.

The event is free of charge and will be held at JW Marriot Beijing Central (18 Xuanwumenwai) from 8:30am to 10:00am on September 26.

Space is limited, so registrations will be confirmed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration is initially limited to one senior or mid-level representative from each member company. If space allows, we will open registration up to your colleagues closer to the date of the event.

Please RSVP by noon Monday (September 23) by clicking "Register." For any questions, please email Chloe Ma at cma@amchamchina.org.

For your reference, the event agenda and a list of guests from the Indiana delegation are available here.


8:30 AM - 9 AM
Registration Opens and Networking
9 AM - 10 AM
Breakfast and Presentation by Governor Holcomb


  • Eric Holcomb (Governor at State of Indiana)

    Eric Holcomb

    Governor at State of Indiana


    Eric Holcomb is the 51st Governor of Indiana.

    A lifelong Hoosier, Gov. Holcomb is a veteran of the United States Navy, served as the state’s 51st Lt. Governor, was a trusted advisor to both Gov. Mitch Daniels and Sen. Dan Coats, worked for Congressman John Hostettler and is a former state chairman of the Indiana Republican Party.

    He was elected governor in November 2016, following an unprecedented 106-day campaign and was sworn in on Jan. 9, 2017.

    In 2018, Gov. Holcomb partnered with the Markle Foundation to launch “Skillful Indiana,” to bridge the divide between the skills Hoosiers have and the skills businesses need. Indiana is just the second state to have this program.

    Under his leadership, Indiana has had two consecutive record-breaking years for job commitments. In 2018, 320 companies committed to create at least 31,000 jobs in Indiana.

    Next Level Connections, a $1 billion program focused on accelerating major road projects, is focused on increasing access to high-speed, affordable internet to unserved Hoosiers, establishing more nonstop flights to and from Indiana, and committing the largest infusion of trails funding in state history.

    He has a mission to increase Indiana’s competitiveness in the global economy by “bringing the world to Indiana and taking Indiana to the world.” He announced Indiana’s first-ever nonstop transatlantic flight from Indianapolis to Paris, beginning in May 2018. So far, the governor has met with officials and industry leaders in the United Kingdom, Japan, Germany, Canada, Israel, India, France, Belgium, Slovakia, Hungary, Austria, Switzerland and the Czech Republic to showcase Indiana’s assets and build global economic ties. In 2018, Holcomb was honored as the International Center’s International Citizen of the Year.

    In his first legislative session as governor, he rallied bipartisan support from Indiana lawmakers to expand pre-kindergarten for qualifying Hoosier kids and unveiled Next Level Recovery—a one-stop-shop for information and resources on the state’s comprehensive and community-based effort to fight the opioid crisis. The governor was honored with the Richard M. Fairbanks Circle of Hope Award in 2019.

    Gov. Holcomb is focused on moving our state forward. In his first months as governor, he led the way for the largest long-term infrastructure investment in our state’s history with the long-term, fully-funded 20-year, $60 billion Next Level Roads program.

    The governor has called workforce readiness the defining issue of the decade. To meet our state’s rapidly changing workforce needs, he unveiled the Next Level Jobs program to help connect more Hoosiers to high-demand, high-wage careers. Holcomb was awarded the 2019 Mira Trailblazer Award by TechPoint for his work with the growing tech industry in Indiana. He is the former chair of Jobs for America’s Graduates and now serves on the board of directors.

    The governor is a graduate of Pike High School in Indianapolis and Hanover College in southeastern Indiana where he majored in U.S. History with a focus on the American Civil War and the Reconstruction Era. He is a collector of presidential signatures and currently has documents signed by 43 of our nation’s 44 presidents, missing only the signature of George Washington.

    He and his wife, Janet, live with their Miniature Schnauzer, Henry, in the Governor’s Residence on North Meridian Street in Indianapolis.

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Free for all members
Standard Price Free


Indiana Delegation Visit Agenda and Guest List.pdfdownload


Meeting Room 4+5, Fifth Floor, JW Marriott Beijing Central

18 Xuanwumenwai Street


If you have any questions please contact Chloe Ma

Contact Organizer

+86 1085190854

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