Silicon Dragon presents its annual LA event, July 27 at the Pasadena Convention Center. This year’s theme is Hollywood Meets China Meet Tech.
Author: Rebecca Fannin
Silicon Dragon 2017 – Calendar of Flagship Events & Salons
Panelists Andy Stack, River Studios; David Levitt, Pantomime; Adam Arrigo, Wave; Emma Chen, Ximmerse; Ryan Wang,
Outpost Capital with moderator: Everardo Gomez, VP-Digital Media, East West Bank
Panelists discuss the momentum behind Hollywood-China deals:
William Pfeiffer, Dragongate; Jonathan Garrison, CastleHill Partners; Max Epstein, DMG Entertainment; Christina Chou, Creative Artists Agency; David Uslan, Uslan Entertainment; Jinjian Huang, Partner, Nixon Peabody; with moderator Robert Cain, Pacific Bridge Pictures
Panelists Eric Mika of LeEco and Mark Rafalowski of Dick Clark Productions discuss US-China content and program branding with Variety executive editor Steven Gaydos.
Henry Hsiao, VP, Strategic Development and M&A, Mattel chats with Silicon Dragon’s Rebecca Fannin about the company’s new techie toys and focus.
Allen DeBevoise, managing director of Third Wave Digital and chairman of Machinima, chats with Bennett Pozil, executive VP at East West Bank, about digital media trends, at Silicon Dragon LA 2016, July 27.
Panelists Cary Woodworth, Legacy Pictures; Peggie Li,
Disney Interactive; Juliane Jones, Panda Corner ; Jennifer Zhang, Cybernaut ZFounder Venture; Zhen Cao, NYU Media Lab discuss their winning innovation strategies with moderator Ying-Ying Lu, Silicon Dragon
Catherine Marcus of Sotheby’s International Realty chats with LA serial entrepreneur Audrey Cavenecia of Fempire World about China real estate buying trends in California.
US startup Biocellection takes home the champion prize and significant funding at Beijing contest with OTEC and Silicon Dragon for entrepreneurs headed to China. Plus, Silicon Dragon Digest looks at LeEco deal to buy VIZIO.
Silicon Dragon’s weekly digest covers China’s leap in innovation, Baidu’s AI gimmick and Amazon’s go-local strategy in India.
Lightspeed China’s new funds lifts off while India gets fresh recognition as a startup hub but not much new capital.