CKGSB is partnering with Silicon Dragon for their 5th annual event at the NASDAQ in the heart of Times Square in New York. Entrepreneurs from a range of sectors will discuss innovation and investment trends, with a focus on what is shaking up tech hotspots globally.
A CKGSB Knowledge Series Event
in Partnership with Silicon Dragon
Monday, June 22, 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
NASDAQ, 43rd/Broadway, New York, NY
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5:30 p.m. – 6 p.m. Registration & Networking
6 p.m. – 7:45 p.m. Program
7:45 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Cocktails & Appetizers overlooking Times Square
Views on Innovation and Investment Trends in Global Tech Hotspots
Jim Robinson, Co-founder/Managing Partner, RRE Ventures
Pat Kenealy, Managing Director, IDG Ventures USA
Alessandro Piol, Partner & Co-founder, Alphaprime Ventures
Annemarie Tierney, VP, Head of Strategy and New Markets, NASDAQ
Claudia Iannazzo, Partner, Pereg Ventures
Moderator: Rebecca Fannin, Silicon Dragon / Forbes
INNOVATION SPOTLIGHT: Digital Currencies
Francesco Rulli, Founder, BitLanders & BitCharities
Sarah Martin, VP, Digital Currency Council
Alan Yong, Founder, DNotes
Moderator: Porter Bibb, Managing Partner, MediaTech Capital Partners
TECH CHATS with China-Connected Entrepreneurs
Mark Hookey, CEO, DemystData
Ronald Li, Founder, Novoheart
Ding Ding, Founder, SayWhat
Mobile photos of Beijing lifestyle taken through the lens of China tech guru Frank Yu
Moderators: Christine Lu, Founder, 8×8; Bill Holstein, Business Journalist and Author; Peter Goodman, Global Editor, IB Times; Bianca Chen, Correspondent, Thomson Reuters; Rebecca Fannin, Founder/Editor, Silicon Dragon / Forbes
Silicon Dragon Sponsors:
Deloitte & Touche, Hong Kong Science & Technology Parks
Financial Times, Mandarin Quarterly, Forbes
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ABOUT THE CKGSB KNOWLEDGE SERIES
The Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business strives to drive economic development and social progress through interaction with communities of high-level academics and business elites, thus becoming a catalyst of positive social transformation and an advocate of new business culture.
This discussion is part of the “Knowledge Series” conducted by CKGSB. This series is centered on hot topics in China and Asia. It is hosted by CKGSB and its world-class New York resident professors, together with scholars from first-rate global partner organizations.
Each month it will present different topics in different forms, including lectures, discussions, etc., with the purpose of spreading cutting-edge knowledge and perspectives related to China and promoting deep dialogue in Chinese, Asian, and global academic and business circles.
ABOUT SILICON DRAGON
Silicon Dragon publishes news of technology, venture capital and startup trends in emerging markets and hosts forums in innovation hubs. Forums are held regularly in New York, Silicon Valley, London, Beijing, Shanghai, Sydney, Hong Kong, Singapore and Bangalore.
Silicon Dragon was formed in 2010 by Forbes journalist, author and media entrepreneur Rebecca Fannin. Ms. Fannin has been covering tech innovations trends globally for 15 years, beginning with Red Herring magazine during the dotcom era. She is the author of two influential and well-received books, Silicon Dragon (McGraw-Hill, 2008) and Startup Asia (Wiley, 2011).
Silicon Dragon spans a global network of 15,000 startups, emerging companies, venture capitalists, angel investors and startup stakeholders. The group is based in Silicon Valley with offshoots in New York City and Hong Kong.