NCCBA 

 
Leadership Series
   

Entrepreneurship and Language Interpretation

NCCBA Luncheon 6-3-2016


You are cordially invited to join the NCCBA's Monthly First Friday Luncheon on June 3rd, 2016, to hear from guest speakers Haihui Huang, President and CEO of iPearl Inc., and Tianlu Redmon, President of Tianlu Chinese Language and Culture. Please join us!

 
Speakers:
 
Haihui Huang, President & CEO of iPearl, Inc.

Haihui Huang will share with us his experience during his entrepreneurial journey. Haihui Huang is the president and CEO of iPearl Inc., an "A+"-rating BBB accredited company specialized in designing, manufacturing and marketing accessories for hot electronics such as the Apple MacBook. Specifically, its popular mCover® products can be found in the hands of more than 2 million tablet users around the world now. iPearl was awarded "iBrand Top 20" in Consumer Electronics Show in 2013, 2014 and 2015 in Las Vegas, the United States.

Before founding iPearl, Haihui worked for EverBright, Bank of China in Shanghai, Atmel Corporation, a chip company headquartered in San Jose, California, and Progress Software, a database software company headquartered in Boston for eight years.

 
Tianlu Redmon, President of Tianlu Chinese Language and Culture

Tianlu Redmon will provide an insider's perspective on how to harness the power of translation and interpretation for our own businesses and how native Chinese speakers can improve their English skills for their professional career.

Tianlu is a Chinese translator, interpreter, and teacher based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. She is a member of the American Translators Association, a Director of the Carolina Association of Translators and Interpreters, and a Certified Mandarin Court Interpreter. She has interpreted court proceedings and depositions as well as conferences, meetings, and training sessions for business, medical, and educational purposes throughout North Carolina and beyond, and she has produced Chinese and English translations of business and legal materials used by corporations and law firms in both China and the United States.