In depth knowledge of state, provincial, and local governments in China
Ability to handle world wide logistics and local importation
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Beverly Hills Purveyors is led by a veteran management team with a wealth of experience and knowledge in the food and wine, import and export and distribution areas. They have hands-on experience in both the U.S. and Asian markets. The team is set up in both the U.S. where the core focus is on production and sales support as well as Asia where customer service, sales and education efforts are centered.
Brian Hollowaty has extensive experience in taking U.S. companies into China. He has more than ten years of global business development experience; with an expertise in creating supply chains in China for U.S. based companies. He is the owner of Hollowaty Group, a company that assists U.S. companies with product development and innovation in China. Mr. Hollowaty is a graduate of the University of Michigan’s School of Industrial Engineering, as well as the Executive Program at UCLA’s Anderson School. He also graduated from the Mergers and Acquisitions and Negotiation Strategy programs at UCLA’s Anderson School.
Stacy Sun, a native of China, is the founder of the Asia Pacific-USA Chamber of Commerce. She is also the founder and partner of China Global Ventures, a consulting firm specializing in a number of Asian market needs including mergers and acquisitions, market entry and government relations. Ms. Sun brings with her a wealth of relationships and experience in government and business in China in both the private and public sector.
She has helped myriad U.S. companies enter the rapidly growing Chinese market. She has been featured in the LA Business Journal, New York Times, La Opinion and has been interviewed on Phoenix TV and CCTV, China’s Central Television station. Ms. Sun was named of the “Top 20 Woman in Business” by the California State Legislative Office in 2006. She was also name one of the “2007 China Top 10 Caizhi People,” an award recognizing leaders who contribute greatly to Chinese economic and social development.
Scott Young’s expertise and passion is in world cuisine and wine and spirits. Mr. Young brings more than 12 years of experience in the high-end hospitality and food service industry. Most recently he served as a manager at the four-time Wine Spectator Award of Excellence-winning BOA Steakhouse in Santa Monica. He was also a manager at the acclaimed Sushi Roku in Hollywood. In addition to his culinary background, Scott has also spent time working overseas managing a recycled paper import company in Shanghai. Scott received his degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management from the California School of Culinary Arts. He is a Certified Sommelier with the Court of Master Sommeliers and is working towards Master Sommelier status.