• Part One

    Cracking the China market

    Getting Your First Million Chinese Users

    Many global tech companies failed in China, but new unicorns are finding smarter ways to break into the market. They hire right people at the right time, move quickly, and work with local partners and regulators.

    They are aggressively seeking greater success in this dynamic market.

  • Part Two

    Securing China capital

    What Chinese Investors Provide Beyond Money

    Aside from Silicon Valley, Beijing is one of the few other places in the world with a billion dollars ready to be put into tech. VCs are popping up eager to get in on the action, and provide much more than capital. It's aiding their efforts to navigate complex regulators and entrenched interests.

  • Part Three

    Cruising The Pacific

    China Tech Giants Bring New Opportunities

    As leaders of China's tech boom take their operations global and expand, they bring with them a host of brand new opportunities.

  • 2:00 PM - 2:05 PM

    Opening Remarks

  • 2:05 PM - 2:25 PM

    Fireside Chat: 3 Years in China: What Evernote Has Learned

    • Linda Kozlowski COO of Evernote
    • Moderator:Saman Faird Director of Legend Star (Silicon Valley Office)
  • 2:25 PM - 2:45 PM

    Fireside Chat: Internet and Innovation in China

    • Alex Cheng General Manager of Baidu USA
    • Moderator:Mark Milian Tech Writer-Editor at Bloomberg Business
  • 2:45 PM - 3:45 PM

    How can U.S. Tech Companies Crack the China Market

    • Richard Wong Head of Growth of Coursera
    • Jonathan Stull Head of Business Development of Flipboard
    • Henry Li Product Lead of LinkedIn China
    • Moderator:Reed Albergotti Reporter of the Information
  • 3:45 PM - 4:00 PM

    How will Chinese Users Change the World

    • Amy Gu General Manager of Evernote China
  • 4:00 PM - 4:15 PM

    The Dark Side of China Market

    • Micha Benoliel CEO & Cofounder of FireChat
    • Moderator:Matt Allen English Content Manager of PingWest
  • 4:15 PM - 4:35 PM

    Empower the Cross-border Business

    • Jingming Li President and GM, Ant Financial USA
    • Moderator:Darlene Chiu Bryant Executive Director of ChinaSF
  • 4:35 PM - 4:50 PM

    Journey to the East, Push or Pull?

    • Oliver Jay Head of APAC & LATAM of Dropbox
    • Moderator:Lilly Huang Senior Director of Silicon Valley Bank
  • 4:50 PM - 5:05 PM

    Keynote: Watsi and the Future of Philanthropy

    • Chase Adam CEO & Founder of Watsi
  • 5:05 PM - 5: 35 PM

    Panel: Cross-border Investment Opportunities

    • Hans Tung Managing Partner of GGV Capital
    • Han Shen Partner of Formation 8
    • Nick Adams Managing Director of AME Cloud Ventures
    • Moderator:Damon C. Matteo CEO of Fulcrum Strategy
  • 5:35 PM - 5: 50 PM

    Aligning Strategies with Your investors & Partners

    • Thiru Arunachalam CEO & Cofounder of Peel
  • 5:50 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Leo Song CSO & Cofounder of Xing Investing
  • 6:00 PM - 6:05 PM

    Raffle Time

    Win round-trip tickets from San Jose to Beijing (More details in the back)

About SYNC

SYNC, PingWest's flagship annual conference, aims to gather the world's sharpest minds and hottest startups together in one event. The conference focuses on the knowledge and networks necessary to build leaner, smarter and more disruptive startups.

Join over 300 other visionaries, including global entrepreneurs and investors, in a day of expert panels and fireside chats as well as key networking sessions.

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