LAVA Seminar - The China Factor

7/19/2005

Los Angeles, CA

Thomas T.H. Chou

Thomas T.H. Chou

Speaking Engagement

Over the past decade China has become the workshop of the global and electronics computing industry, and its influence over the technology sector is poised to become even more far-reaching and disruptive in the coming years.

China is currently that fastest growing major consumer economy in the world. Its universities are producing several times as many new engineers and scientists each year as the US. Overseas VCs put a record $1.2 Billion into Chinese companies last year, and more firms are opening offices in Mainland China. A new breed of Chinese technology companies are actively looking to build global brands, acquire US companies, and go public in the US markets.

If you are an entrepreneur, CEO, VC, or investor, you cannot afford to overlook The China Factor as you develop your business strategy. 

  • What are the factors driving Chinese companies to list in the US markets, either through an IPO or reverse merger? 
  • How can you navigate Chinese manufacturing relationships and offshore R&D while securing crucial intellectual property and avoiding piracy?

Panel One: Investing in China
VC investing, private equity, joint ventures

Panel Two: Accessing US Capital Markets as a Chinese Company
IPOs, M&A, reverse mergers, and corporate governance

If you wish to attend please contact Crocker Coulson on crocker.coulson@ccgir.com.

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