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2011 Silicon Valley Technology Innovation & Entrepreneurship Forum


The global economy is undergoing a period of rapid change, with nations still recovering from the recent economic crisis. At the same time, technological advancement is progressing at an unprecedented rate, and businesses are anxiously looking for ways to take advantage of this climate of innovation. Fostering relationships with businesses in other countries is often the best way to bring together ideas with the talent and funding to make them reality.

With that in mind, 99People, Inc. has established the first Silicon Valley Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum. This gathering of business professionals from China and the United States is expected to be a leading venue for establishing business partnerships between the two countries. Up to 10,000 attendees are expected, including high-ranking government officials from China, and mayors from Chinese and American cities.

The forum will cover a wide variety of technology-related topics, including Internet connection technologies, green energy, cloud computing and issues in several high-technology industries, including the finance, biotech and semiconductor sectors.

Sponsors for the event include:
Hosts:
California State Friendship Committee (CSFC)
Silicon Valley Information Business Alliance (SVIBA)
Presenters:
99People, Inc
China IT Services

Forum Highlights

Among the highlights of the forum will be a keynote address by President Bill Clinton, founder of the William J. Clinton Foundation and 42nd President of the United States.” President Clinton’s public speeches describe the challenge of globalization, emphasize our growing interdependence, and point the way toward a common future based on shared goals and values.

In addition, attendees will enjoy a special address by Speaker Pro Tempore of the California State Assembly, Fiona Ma. The attending mayors from more than 20 Chinese and American cities will also hold a forum on technological innovation between the two countries.

Event Details

Date: October 21–23, 2011
Location: Santa Clara Convention Center
5001 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara CA 95054

 
Bill Clinton
Founder of the William J. Clinton Foundation and 42nd President of the United States
Cheng Siwei
Famous economist, "Father of China Venture Capital"
Judy Chu
Congresswoman, US
Mr. Miao
President of China Council For International Investment Promotion
Fiona Ma
Speaker pro Tempore of California
John Chiang
California State Controller
Paul Fong
Califorina Assemblymember of the 22nd Assembly District
Yao Jianquan
academician of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Chen Jing
Former Director of the Science and Technology Department, People’s Bank of China
Hugo Shong
the Executive Vice President of IDG, Chairman of IDG Greater China and Founding General Partner of IDG Capital Partners
Mr. Li Dong Sheng
Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of TCL Corporation
Xie Taifeng
General manager of Brand and Service Management Dept., Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Limited
Changmiao Hu
General Manager of Public Relations and Corporate Culture Department of China Construction Bank
Zhou Ming
China Council for International Investment Promotion Executive Vice President
Chai Hongfeng
Executive Vice President, Board Member, China Unionpay
Gilbert Wong
Cupertino Mayor
Sid Espinosa
Mayor of Palo Alto, CA
Director of Corporate Citizenship for Microsoft Corporation
Zuo Chun
CEO of Sinosoft Co. Ltd
Steve Dai
CFO of Yucheng Technolgoies Ltd
Shao Kai
CEO of Rayoo Tech
WATANABE YOSHIKUNI
Board Director of Hitachi (China)
Li Bolin
Founder and Board Director of ATMU Inc
Michael Marks
CEO and Board Director of ATMU Inc
Digby Horner
Sr VP of CTSIO and GDC
Cha li
Huang qing
Lin fuyuan
Wu wei
Patrick Chen
Dr.Nicholas C. Hope
Director, Stanford Center for International Development (SCID) and Director, China Program
Wang Chenyu
Chen Yonghua
Vaughan Smith
Director of Global Business Development at Facebook
Peng Bai
Vice President, Technology and Manufacturing Group, Intel Corporation
Jeffrey Wang
Vice President of Engineering at the Server Access and Virtualization Technology Group at Cisco Systems, Inc.
Anthony Lye
Senior Vice President of CRM at Oracle Corporation
Liu Shengrui
CEO of Digital China Financial Software Ltd
Hong Weidong
Chairman and CEO of Yucheng Technologies Ltd
Jack Zhou
Senior Vice President of Wicresoft
Wendy Lung
Corporate Strategy IBM Venture Capital Group
>>U.S. and China Come Together for 2011 Silicon Valley Technology Forumn (from yahoo.com--June 20,2011)
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