Global Insights , China Context



Dear Sir/Madam,

You are cordially invited to attend the International China Ageing Industry Association Networking Event in Shanghai on Wednesday, November 18.

At present there has been a shortage of qualified and experienced professionals including caregivers, social workers and managerial staff of healthcare and senior care industry in China. Most nursing facilities are in need of providing sufficient training for their employees. What’s more, plenty of nursing professionals aspired to enter the industry have been discouraged by the vague prospect of career development.
The event will feature ISRP
Superior Institute of Psychomotor Rehabilitationto share different modes of caregivers’ training including gerontopsychomotricity rehabilitation and to impart industry knowledge and expertise of psychomotor disorder associated with dementia. ISRP will also illustrate its market strategy in China.


For highlights of this event, please click HERE.


Aged Care Training: Psychomotor Therapy


18th November, Wednesday


16:00 – 18:00


La Mer Cafe, 677 Julu Rd, Jing'an, Shanghai, China


Free admission, drinks provided


Around 35 people(limited seats)


Mark Soubiran, the international project director


Mark Soubiran graduated from HEC Paris (Europe’s leading business school) with a Master of Science in Management, he also attended the Stanford University SSHIP program (Stanford Summer Honors International Program, the elite summer program) in 2010. Passionate about international business development, he decided to move abroad for a while. He worked for Airbus Americas in 2011, on Airbus’s new sourcing strategy in the USA, along with the development of the manufacturer’s first American assembly line, in Alabama. In 2014, he worked for a small Paris-based strategy consulting firm in order to better understand how to quickly and efficiently grasp a company’s business environment, market opportunities, with an emphasis on respecting worker’s needs and creating a good social dynamic built on honest and genuine management. He’s been working for ISRP since 2015, a business owned by his family for almost fifty years. His grandmother, Giselle Soubiran developed the science of Psychomotor Therapy in the 1950s, his father, José Soubiran, created the school ISRP, and Mark is now in charge of the international development of both the institution and the therapy. Motivated by a strong sense of family, and the responsibility to foster the work of two generations before him, Mark has been very active in promoting Psychomotor Therapy in China for the past year. His dual citizenship (French and American) enables him to be very open minded to the needs and culture of China, a country he quickly became fascinated with. His ambition is to promote Psychomotor Therapy throughout China, by working on partnerships with Universities, Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Government Agencies, etc., as he truly believes that this therapy will be very useful in China, a country facing many disorders Psychomotor Therapy has been proven very efficient to treat, whether in Europe, the Middle East or Latin America.


Limited seats. R.S.V.P by sending your name, company, title and contact to Please take your business card with you when attending the event, thank you.

We look forward to seeing you soon