Founded in 2006, VentureBeat is the leading source for news and perspective on technology innovation. It's news, analysis, and events provide deep context to help executives, entrepreneurs, and tech enthusiasts make smart decisions. VentureBeat aims to inform and inspire. Led by founder and CEO Matt Marshall, Editor-in-Chief Dylan Tweney, and a team of experienced journalists, VentureBeat covers a range of technology trends — from social to mobile, small business to enterprise, health tech, cloud, games, and more.

Solid is the first event of its kind focused on the intersection of hardware and software, and the Internet of Things. At Solid you'll see demos of robots, satellites, drones, connected cars, wearables, and more from companies like Microsoft, GE, PayPal, NASA, Google, and IBM. Over 130 speakers from GE's Beth Comstock to Google [X]'s Astro Teller will provide visionary and practical business insight for developing and delivering connected hardware and services. Join the 1000+ innovators, developers, designers, investors, and roboticists on creating the future of connected hardware. Save 20% when registering with code SVIEF.

TiE, a not-for-profit global network of entrepreneurs and professionals, was founded in 1992 in Silicon Valley, California, USA. Although its birth name, The Indus Entrepreneurs, signifies the ethnic South Asian or Indus roots of the founders, TiE stands for Talent, Ideas and Enterprise. It is an open and inclusive organization that has rapidly grown to more than 60 chapters in 17 countries. TiE seeks to cultivate and nurture the ecosystem of entrepreneurship and free-market economies everywhere, as it sees this to be the single most powerful instrument of prosperity.

The Telecom Council of Silicon Valley is Where Telecom Meets Innovation. Telecom Council connects the companies who are building communication networks, with the people and ideas that are creating it - by putting those companies, research, ideas, capital, and human expertise from across the globe together in the same room. Last year, The Telecom Council connected over 2,000 executives from 500 telecom companies and 25 fixed and wireless carriers across 40 meeting topics. By joining, speaking, sponsoring, or simply participating in a meeting, there are many ways telecom companies of any size can use the Telecom Council network. For more information and to join Telecom Council invitation list, please visit www.telecomcouncil.com

Wearable World, based in San Francisco, is dedicated to creating the social fabric for business around Wearables and the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem. We connect technological experts, thought-leaders, corporate/startup executives, and investors together as they build these emerging technologies. We strive to be instrumental in fostering dynamic relationships between brands, businesses, and bright minds. Through five facets - Consulting, Events, Labs, Content and Thought Leadership - Wearable World has created the first self-sustaining technology ecosystem that generates deal flow and revenue.

Career Pro USA(CPU) is building an online networking platform for Chinese professionals, students and entrepreneurs to interact with their American counterparts. CPU has distributed useful job search content to our users daily via social media, blog, CPU magazine, videos etc. We are confident CPU platform will emerge as the preferred destination for the Chinese nationals and diaspora to share academic and professional resources with each other. Ultimately, we would like to become the largest information hub for any Chinese who wants to pursue an overseas education.

FountainBlue works with clients to integrate visionary goals, momentum-building strategies, and sustainable execution practices, focusing on generating sustainable and tangible results.

᾿They support the development of high-potential corporate tech leaders through one-on-one coaching, facilitated roundtables, leadership workshops, and retreats.
᾿They produce business and leadership events, including our monthly When She Speaks series, to track, document and report on business and technology trends and convene and connect members of our community.
᾿They provide strategic and marketing consultation to tech start-ups, bringing the Internet of Everything to niche industries.

Found in 1917, Chinese Institute of Engineers ᾿USA (CIE-USA) is a non-profit and non-political professional organization of Chinese-American engineers, scientists and other professionals. The objectives of CIE-USA are to promote Science, Engineering, Technology and Mathematics (STEM) information exchange between members and to advance the welfare of our engineering community. CIE/USA San Francisco Bay Area Chapter (CIE/USA-SF) founded in 1979 is one of the 7 chapters of CIE/USA in US, and its members are mostly working professionals in the high-tech companies in Silicon Valley and students from Bay Area colleges and universities.

PlusYoou (http://www.plusyoou.org/) provides services in human resources, technical support, funding, consulting and public relations to Chinese entrepreneurs in US. Since 2011, PlusYoou has organized near 30 startup events, helped a number of startups raise angel fund, and built a human resource database with over 3,000 talents.

MIT-China Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum (MIT-CHIEF) is an entrepreneurial organization based at MIT and holds the mission to promote intellectual exchanges and collaborations between the United States and China in technology, innovation and entrepreneurship. MIT-CHIEF is dedicated to:
• Equipping entrepreneurs with resources from both the U.S. and China;
• Nurturing and supporting entrepreneurs, immersing their start-ups into the U.S. or Chinese market;
• Connecting entrepreneurs with local resources such as funding, industry expertise, legal services, and know-how of marketing and business models.
For more information, please visit mitchief.org.

As the voice of the China venture capital community, Zhongguancun (Z-Park) Private Equity & Venture Capital Association (ZVCA) was founded by 10 national renowned private equity investment companies in January 2012. The idea is to establish a professional and influential platform to promote business development of its members, enhance the mutual communication between investors and entrepreneurs, as well as advocate the policy and professional standards of PE and VC industry. From the very beginning, ZVCA is targeted to be an international and professional association.

SVForum has been instrumental in setting the technology industry agenda for more than 30 years. As the largest and oldest not-for-profit in the valley dedicated to educating and creating relationships within the technology community, SVForum reaches 18,000 professionals annually through more than 300 events. These programs provide the latest insights on emerging technology trends and best business practices as well as exceptional access to resources for entrepreneurs.

The Alchemist Accelerator is a venture-backed initiative focused on accelerating the development of seed-stage ventures that monetize from enterprises (not consumers). The accelerator’s primary screening criteria is on teams, with primacy placed on having distinctive technical co-founders. The accelerator seeds around 40 enterprise-monetizing ventures / year.

Tumml is an urban ventures accelerator with the mission of empowering entrepreneurs to solve urban problems. A nonprofit, Tumml's goal is to identify and support the next generation of Zipcars and Revolution Foods. Through a customized, three-and-a-half-month program, Tumml invites early stage companies into its office space to receive hands-on support, seed funding, and services to help grow their businesses and make significant impact on their communities.

InnoSpring is the first US-China technology startup accelerator for globally-minded companies. InnoSpring strives to accelerate cross-border entrepreneurship and innovation in China and the United States by providing a nurturing startup ecosystem with a wide variety of services and support.

Spartups is a 3-month accelerator program for early-stage startups in San Jose. We focus primarily on pre-traction startups, usually at the idea stage, and guide them through customer development, product development and beta testing. By utilizing our strategic educational and enterprise level partnerships, Spartups ensures you have the tools and support needed to validate your idea before we help you raise seed funding across our expansive network of mentors and investors.

Plug and Play Accelerator invests in technology startups and creates high value partnerships between its portfolio companies and its network of over 250 corporate partners. Since 2006, Plug and Play has helped portfolio companies like Dropbox, Lending Club, and Zoosk raise more than $1.6 billion in venture funding, often by co-investing with venture capital firms like Sequoia, DFJ, Accel and others. We review over 3,000 startups per year and invite the best to take part in our industry-focused acceleration programs. Through this unique model, we have funded and accelerated companies in Retail, Automotive, Mobile, Digital Publishing, SaaS, Telecomm, Wearable Technology, Media, Health, Fitness, and many more.

Chinese Entrepreneur Organization was founded by a group of Stanford students in 2008. Since the inception, CEO have hosted numerous in-depth entrepreneurial talks, brainstorm sessions, and Chinese startup trips. Many of CEO's members have gone on to start their own successful businesses or join major VCs and promising startups. Today, CEO has around 1000 members, including Stanford students, alumni as well as faculty. CEO have also expanded beyond Stanford and reached the broad community in Silicon Valley that share the same interest, such as entrepreneurs, VCs and young professionals. With the help of CEO's members, alumni and friends all over the world, CEO will keep connecting, supporting and inspiring future entrepreneurs.

RocketSpace has turned 70,000 square feet of premium downtown office space into one of the world’s most acclaimed technology coworking spaces. With a unique mix of community activities, developer bootcamps, and a corporate innovation program, we continue to be widely covered in the press as an exceptional model for the rapidly-growing coworking industry.

Ufrate is a Silicon Valley based incubator for APAC entrepreneurs, focused on promoting select startups with great growth opportunities. Our founders and advisors have strong business ties in the Asian community that helped built and shaped their Silicon Valley companies. They bring an extensive network of contacts for business development, media channels, government relations, and alumni network to help train the next generation of great entrepreneurs. Ufrate pursues the In-Depth Incubation philosophy to foster the best and most competitive ideas. Only top 25 applicants are admitted per class. We are fully aware running a startup is hard and typically entails monumental workloads, in this approach each selected startup receives the most attention and help needed to succeed.

zPark Venture is a venture fund focusing on early stage start-ups. Our area of interests include mobile, game, internet, security, big data and healthcare IT etc. Founded in 2012, zPark Venture helps innovative entrepreneurs with global vision. Since its inception, zPark Venture has been fueling cutting-edge technologies and businesses to meet challenges in global economy. zPark Venture is managed by experienced partners who have been successful start-up founders, investors, and technology innovators. We have offices in both Silicon Valley (US) and Z-Park in Beijing (China). With deep local connections at both side of the Pacific, we also have strong link between US and China.

SAP AG is a global leader in enterprise software with more than 238,000 customers worldwide. SAP launched the Startup Focus program as a 12-month global program to help promising startups in the big data, predictive and real-time analytics space develop new applications on SAP HANA and accelerate market traction.


Chinese American Semiconductor Professional Association (CASPA) founded in 1991. CASPA has developed into the largest Chinese American semiconductor professional organizations worldwide. It is an officially registered non-profit organization with both the Internal Revenue Service and the State of California.
1. Provide networking platform and business expansion for the benefit of corporate sponsors and individual members
2. Promote technology innovation in the Semiconductor and related high tech industries, bridge the communication in technology and business development between Pacific Region of US and Asia within the professional community
3. Facilitate collaboration and communication among professionals and companies in the semiconductor industry.
4. Promote the brand and welfare of the corporate and individual members. Strengthen the professional bond between corporate member and individual members, and increase their public image, professionalism and influence

DFW EXCELLERATOR is an international business incubator and accelerator in North Texas where entrepreneurs find the stepping stones needed to reach their business goals. We are committed to providing multi-dimensional services and an extensive network of partners for our members. The DFW EXCELLERATOR offers over 8,000 square feet of co-working, dedicated and day office space for entrepreneurs, start-up ventures and freelancers. Since it takes more than just “space” to build a successful company, members also benefit from an engaging and collaborative environment, shared training resources, and a community of CEOs and experts to help identify and grow innovative ideas with international reach to additional capitals and resources.

Startup Socials is a global community of entrepreneurs built to connect and empower people in the startup ecosystem. They host social and educational events around the globe where you can network, learn, and create new relationships for your current and future startup ventures.

Health Technology Forum is dedicated to improving access to affordable healthcare by promoting the development and adoption of innovative technologies to transform health. Founded in 2010, HTF promotes the intersection of healthcare and technology by connecting people worldwide who have a common interest in making healthcare better, more accessible and more affordable for everyone. There are currently 13 local chapters worldwide with more than 5,000 members across 3 continents.

Founded in early 2012, Association of Chinese Entrepreneurs (ACE) at Berkeley is the largest Chinese entrepreneurial community at UC Berkeley. Our mission is to connect entrepreneurial individuals, consolidate entrepreneurship network, and incubate future industry leaders. We provide valuable learning and networking opportunities for our members through a wide range of entrepreneurship events/programs and extensive collaboration with other communities in US universities and Silicon Valley.

ACSSS is a student-run organization whose mission is to broaden the channels of communication between the Stanford mainland Chinese community and various other cultural, academic, and professional communities in the Bay Area. As representatives of the Stanford Chinese community, ACSSS also seeks to foster an unique appreciation of Chinese culture and provide information on the academic and professional opportunities there to all Stanford community members. Finally, ACSSS will do its best to help incoming Chinese students and scholars settle into the Stanford environment by providing practical services.




 


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