Observations on Opportunity in the US-China Marketplace | China-US Entrepreneurship Club

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by Project Pengyou on August 4th, 2015   338 views

When and Where

  • 04/08/2015
    6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

  • Dev Bootcamp San Francisco
    633 Folsom Street, 6th Floor , San Francisco, CA
    San Francisco
    United States
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Observations on Opportunity in the US-China Marketplace | China-US Entrepreneurship Club

Event Details

The China-US Entrepreneurship Club in association with Dev Bootcamp and CRCC Asia is excited to announce its second speaker event in the China-US Entrepreneurship speaker series.

We are extremely fortunate to have Dr. Timothy Chou, a cloud-computing guru, former President at Oracle, and lecturer at Stanford University speak about opportunities in the China-US marketplace.

In the private sector, Dr. Chou has had a long career in both start-ups and large corporations: as President of Oracle on Demand he grew the cloud business from its infancy to its current status of over $2 billion dollars.  His long list of academic accolades include launching Stanford’s first class in cloud computing as well as starting a cloud computing course at the prestigious Tsinghua University in Beijing.  He has published a 3-volume book on cloud computing, been involved in numerous start-ups and delivered speeches on all 6 continents.

Dr. Chou’s talk will center on his own experience with China-US collaboration, the future of cloud computing and what this means for entrepreneurs.

We would like to extend special thanks to the team at Dev Bootcamp for volunteering their space for this event.

Refreshment and wine will be served. Door opens at 6.30PM. Talk starts at 7PM. Networking follows after.

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