2012 HYSTA Annual Conference – China’s Impact on the Global Economy

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When: Saturday, September 29, 8:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m..

Location: Hyatt Regency Santa Clara, 5101 Great America parkway, Santa Clara

DESCRIPTION

You already know that China matters.

You already know that China offers tremendous business opportunities.
The challenge lies in gaining an understanding of China that can be translated into actions.
That’s what the HYSTA annual conference is all about.
With the theme “China’s Impact on the Global Economy”, the conference is designed to deliver an on-the-ground perspective of what’s really happening in China.
This year’s sessions will address areas ranging from China’s domestic economy to Silicon Valley companies who have succeeded in China to Chinese brands morphing into global players. Equally important, we’ve recruited some of the best minds in the world, tapping speakers from both China and Silicon Valley.
The conference’s value also come through the informal discussions that take place over the course the day. By bringing together a mix of executives, venture capitalists, academics, government officials, entrepreneurs and other ecosystem players, the opportunity is there to expand your China Rolodex.
In short, there’s no better way to come up the China learning curve than by spending one day at the HYSTA conference.

Networking & Mentoring Roundtables 

For the first time, HYSTA annual conference launches Mentoring & Networking Roundtables.

Roundtable I aims to provide a unique and personal mentoring experience to our selected mentees. In addition to listening to conference speeches, our mentees also have the opportunity to sit at the same table with our mentors.  Our mentors will share their personal stories and valuable career insights. They will also field questions from the mentees.  This is a rare opportunity to learn from the masters up close!

Roundtable II runs from 4pm to 4:50pm during HYSTA Annual Conference, which brings together human resource professionals, managers, university/college career services staff, and association representatives within the fast growing industry areas. It’s a great opportunity to discuss high interest issues regarding business partnership, recruitment and career development.

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Dr. Qi Lu, President of Microsoft Online Services Division 
As president of Microsoft’s Online Services Division (OSD), Dr. Qi Lu leads the company’s search and online advertising efforts. Dr. Lu oversees the OSD Research & Development team which has responsibility for the evolution of Microsoft’s search, portal and advertising services; the Online Audience Business Group; and the Advertiser and Publisher Solutions Business Group. Dr. Lu reports to Microsoft chief executive officer Steve Ballmer.

Mr. Robin Li, CEO & Co-Founder of Baidu

Mr. Robin Li is the co-founder, chairman and CEO of Baidu, and oversees the company’s overall strategy and business operations. Since founding Baidu in 2000, Robin has turned the company into China’s largest search engine, with over 80% market share. Baidu also ranks as the second largest independent search engine in the world. In August 2005, Baidu listed on the NASDAQ stock exchange, and in December 2007 became the first Chinese company to be included in the NASDAQ-100 Index.

SPEAKERS
Carmen Chang – Stanford University Institute for International Security and Cooperation; Sr. Special Advisor, NEA

David Ku – Corporate VP, Ad Platforms, Microsoft

Howard Chao – Partner at O’Melveny & Myers LLP

HP Jin – Co-Founter, President/CEO of TeleNav

Ken Xie – Founder, President & CEO of FontiNet

Jack Jia – Founder, Chairman & CEO of Baynote, Inc. and Partner at GSR Ventures

Jack Xu – Corporate Vice President of Cisco Systems Inc.

Weijie Yun – Co-founder of Telegent Systems Inc.

Zhongxue Gan – Vice Chairman of the Board and Chief Technology Officer ENN Group, CEO and General Manger of ENN Smart Energy

Guolin Wang – President of Futurewei Technologies, Inc.

James Jenson – Partner at Perkins Coie’s Emerging Companies Group

Teresa Briggs – Managing Partner at Deloitte LLP

Ron Sege – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at Echelon

Heng Liu – Ph.D. & Entrepreneur Technologist

Xiaohua Yang – Professor Xiaohua Yang, Ph.D.

Brian Goncher – U.S. Cleantech Director at Deloitte Services LP

Annie Jie Xu – General Manager of Alibaba.com Americas

Portia Ku – Partner at O’Melveny

Rick Merritt – Editor at EE Times

Richard Lim – Managing Director at GSR Ventures

Wayne Dai – Founder, Chairman, President and CEO of VeriSilicon Holdings Co., Ltd.

Eugene Zhang – CEO, InnoSpring Inc.

Helen Wang – Founder, The Helen Wang Group

Stanley Kwong – Managing Director/Term Professor of School of Management at University of San Francisco

David Chao – Co-Founder and General Partner of DCM

David Liu – Founder and CEO of RedAtoms

Tuoc Luong – Co-Chief Executive Officer of Shanda Online

Zhengyu Yuan – Founder of MicuRx Pharmaceutical Inc.

REGISTRATION & INFO

Conference Registration

Conference Day Pass (without Lunch): $20

Day Program (incl. Lunch): $49

Evening Program (incl. Dinner): $79

Whole Day Value Package (incl. Lunch + Dinner): $119

Register at http://hystaac2012.eventbrite.com.

More details on the conference: http://www.hystaconference.org/

Networking & Mentoring Roundtables Registration

Roundtable I: http://hysta-mentor.eventbrite.com

Roundtable II: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/4312548950

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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