Connect With Tech Leaders on Tour At The GMIC Roadshow USA

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San Francisco – Palo Alto – San Jose

The GMIC Roadshow  is an exceptional opportunity for Silicon Valley based companies to learn about opportunities in Chinabuild relationships with top leaders and promote their initiatives in Asia without even leaving the Bay area.  Connect with us from November 5th – 12th.

Our delegation will be attending many closed-door meetings with top Silicon Valley companies including:
– Google (Android Team)
– SV Angel
– Right Ventures
– SK Telecom Ventures
– Sequoia
– Mozilla
– Glu Mobile
– eBay
– Square
– RocketSpace
– Zynga

Meet with us at the following events and conferences:

There will of course be numerous ways to connect with the delegation during the trip.

The GMIC Roadshow SV and The GMIC Roadshow SF will closely mirror the GMIC content by focusing on mobile trends and strategies in Asia and contrasting them with what is occurring in the US.  These events will feature the delegation as speakers in addition to local tech leaders.

Connecting with us at the following dates and events.

Event: GMIC Roadshow SF – Chinese Internet Influencers
Location: San Francisco
Dates: November 7 2011

Event: GMIC Roadshow SV – Mobile Innovation Across Borders
Location: Stanford
Dates: November 8 2011

Event: SV China Wireless – Special Networking Event with China Internet Elites
Location: Palo Alto
Dates: November 9 2011

Event: Churchill Club – Business in China 2012
Location: San Jose
Dates: November 10 2011

The Delegation Includes:

Wang Jian, CTO, Alibaba (1688.HK) – The world’s largest online B2B trading platform for small businesses

Lei Jun, CEO, Xiaomi – China’s most famous angel investor and CEO of China’s“most ambitious startup”

Michael Song, CEO, Skymobi (MOBI) – China’s largest Android marketplace and recently IPO’d in the USWang Yong, CEO, DeNA China (2432.T) – DeNA is Japan’s largest mobile internet company and currently growing in China.Wang Qiangyu, CEO, Duanqu – leading social network in China focused on the “short culture” of SMS, micro-blogs and media

Lin Bin, President, Xiaomi – Mobile handset manufacturer and app developer in China. China’s “most ambitious startup”

Wenchu, CEO, GWC – Trip organizer, producer of The Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC)

Yiqun Bo, President, GWC China – Trip organizer, producer of The Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC)

Barrett Parkman, VP, GWC – Trip organizer, producer of The Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC)

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