Date(s) - Friday, April 26 2013
12:15 pm - 2:00 pm
Friday, April 26th
Many of China’s best internationally known entrepreneurs are today well into middle age. What opportunities and challenges face younger, up-and-coming entrepreneurs? A panel of young entrepreneurs and experts will discuss what’s ahead for this key economic group.
Ferguson Lane 8/F, 378 Wukang Lu, near Hunan Lu
Time: Friday, April 26th 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Doors open at 12:00. Event starts at 12:30 p.m.
Admission: special set menu for members 100 RMB; non-members 150 RMB
About the panelists:
Frank Wang — Ex-Citibank staffer today leads LuxSea, a distributor of luxury brands that helps relatively small overseas fashion companies get into the China market. Holds degrees from San Jose State University and CEIBS.
Kouki Xiang — Co-founder and VP of Teeii Clothing (Shanghai) Co., an e-commerce company that is one of the biggest suppliers of fashion jeans on Taobao under its “Aiken” brand.
Zhang Yichi — Zhang gave up his enrollment in a computer science Ph.D. program at Cambridge after winning a UK entrepreneurship award to start Greedy Intelligence, a software company based in Hangzhou. Greedy’s spell-checker finds errors that Microsoft’s misses. Greedy is also an up-and-coming supplier to China’s English-language education industry.
Jared Psigoda — Jared is CEO of R2Games, or Reality Squared Games, an online game publisher that helps to bring Chinese online games to a global audience. He’s a graduate of Ohio State University.
Bookings are closed for this event.