Wednesday, November 14, 2012

CWH: global ambitions of China's internet companies - update

Sunset of the Forbidden City, Beijing (northwe...
Sunset of the Forbidden City, Beijing (northwest cornor of the Forbidden City) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Tomorrow we plan to hold our China Weekly Hangout on the global aspirations of China's internet companies. (Here is our initial announcement.) 
Confirmed guest for tomorrow are Steven Millward of Tech in Asia (aka @SirSteven) and Paul Denlinger of the China Vortex
We are working on a few others, and if you want to join the official hangout, raise your hand at our official event page. Both here and at our event page, you will shortly before the start of the event (10pm Beijing time, 3pm CET and 9pm EST) see the YouTube link to the hangout. If you have questions or remark, please put them at our event page.
Moderation is done by Fons Tuinstra of the China Speakers Bureau.
Tomorrow's China Weekly Hangout will be split in two: in the first section we give an overview of the developments up to know, in the second we will focus on the likely strategy and discuss how Chinese companies can avoid the mistakes US internet companies made when they entered China. Each section is expected to last between 10 and 15 minutes.
Next week is planned the delayed China Weekly Hangout on nuclear power in China. Expected guest are Chris Brown of the Asia Cleantech Gateway and Richard Brubaker, Adjunct Professor of Management, Sustainability and Responsible Leadership at China Europe International Business School.
If you want to have regular updates on the upcoming sessions of the China Weekly Hangout, do register for our Google+ page. 

Last month at the China Weekly Hangout Janet Carmosky, Greg Anderson and Fons Tuinstra discussed China possibilities as a source of innovation.
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