iAdvisory Seminar: Doing Business with Chinese Start-ups

Fri, 23 Jun, 2017, 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM (GMT+8)
URWork Singapore 67 Ayer Rajah Crescent, #02-10, Singapore 139950
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China’s thriving start-up unicorns are proving to be a force to reckon with, how did they become so big? The world was shocked when China’s start-up Didi Chuxing acquired ride-hailing giant Uber’s China unit in a deal worth US$35 billion.

While companies worldwide are competing for a slice of China’s populous consumer market, start-ups in China want to conquer the world.

This brings about multiple entrepreneurial lessons from Chinese start-ups like Ofo, Alibaba and Tencent on their growth hacking journey in China. Join us to be a part of China’s vibrant start-up scene in Singapore and draw lessons on how Singapore companies can growth hack in China as well.

Seminar Highlights: 
  1. China landscape and Incubation scene
  2. Doing business in China for start-ups
  3. Company sharing from Singapore start-ups
Programme*
TimeItem
2:00-2:30Registration
2:30-2:40Opening address
Ms Michelle Chow, Group Director, International Enterprise Singapore
2:40-3:00Doing business in China for start-ups
Mr Zhang Yazhe, Board Member & Partner and Director of Entrepreneur Culture Institute, ZhenFund
3:00-3:20How Singapore start-ups scale in China
Mr Justin Seow, CEO & Co-founder of Popper Asia
3:20-3:50Tea Break
3:50-4:30Panel Discussion: Doing business in China for start-ups
  • Moderator:
    • Mr Mao Da Qing, Founder, URWork
  • ​Panellists:
    • ofo
      • ​Mr Austin Zhang, Co-founder, ofo
    • Alibaba:
      • Mr Raymond Ma, General Manager, Alibaba Cloud ANZ & ASEAN
    • Popper Asia: 
      • Mr Justin Seow, CEO & Co-founder of Popper Asia
4:30End

Who Should Attend: 
CXOs, CIOs, Business Owners of SMEs and key decision makers with interest to understand how innovation can help in their internationalisation plans. 
 

iAdvisory Seminar: Doing Business with Chinese Start-ups

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