Thursday, April 3, Panel Discussion and Song, 7:00pm: Reinventing the KTV — Jeff Yin, Li Feng, Wang Yilin

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Date(s) - Thursday, April 3 2014
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Holiday KTV, Xintiandi

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Reinventing the KTV

 

Jeff Yin, Li Feng and Wang Yilin

Thursday, April 3

7:00 – 9:00 p.m.

KTVs were born in Japan, centered around singing, and spread in popularity worldwide. Today, the KTV business is a billion-dollar industry in China alone. To expand its business in a world of WeChat, Weibo and proliferating video websites, China’s KTVs are starting to use IT and social media to help offer sports bar and movie theatre-type services, along with new types of sing-along fare for traditional fans.   What do these changes mean for the KTV industry, the entertainment business and marketers?  What technology is involved? Three industry experts will examine what’s ahead.  They may also sing a tune or two afterward.  You can, too!

Venue: Holiday KTV, Xintiandi

Broadway Room (Bai Lao Hui Ting), 3rd Floor
No. 2, Shun Chang Road, Shanghai
顺昌路2号(近太仓路新天地)

Tel: 6311 5858

Time: Thursday, April 3, 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

 

Admission: FCC members: 40 RMB; Non-members: 80 RMB

Admission includes two drinks (selected beer and soft drinks)

Note: Space limited to 50 people.  RSVP required.

 

About the speakers:

Jeff Yin, CEO and main founder, For Your SongMate, a Shanghai-based software company focused on payments and operating systems for KTVs.

 

Li Feng, Shanghai partner, IDG.  IDG is one of the world’s largest investment companies. Li Feng focuses on education, consumer and TMT investments.  He was previously an executive with U.S.-listed New Oriental Education, and is a graduate of the University of Rochester.

 

Wang Yilin, chief of Shanghai management, Holiday Entertainment.  Holiday is one of the world’s largest KTV operators; it’s shares trade on the Taiwan Stock Exchange.

 

 

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