Silicon Valley remains home to seven of the largest technology companies in the world, but a new challenger has emerged.
As China announces its plans to launch the Greater Bay Area, the tech race is set to peak. A panel of leading journalists convene to discuss the implications of this tech revolution and the effects it will have on US innovation, investments and talent resources.
This informative conversation will touch on a wide-range of themes including:
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Ivanhoe Chang – Director, Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (HKETO), San Francisco
Rebecca Fannin – Founder/Editor, Silicon Dragon; Author of Silicon Dragon: How China is Winning the Tech Race (McGraw-Hill Education) and Startup Asia: Top Strategies for Cashing in on Asia’s Innovation Boom (Wiley); Writer for Forbes and CNBC
Michelle Quinn – Bureau Chief, Silicon Valley at Voice of America
Sally Shin – San Francisco Bureau Chief, CNBC
Jon Swartz – Senior Writer at Barron’s
This event is part of the LEWIS Bay-to-Bay educational series. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Bay-to-Bay references the dual centers of gravity emerging around not only the San Francisco Bay Area, but also the China Bay Area, both of which are driving the global technology sector and the ever-increasing influence it has on the world of innovation.
Bay-to-Bay brings together leading minds from business, government, media, and academia to discuss some of today’s biggest issues around global business and innovation, including; the impact of geopolitics, the war for relevance and development of talent.
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