Silicon Dragon on Sand Hill Road 2012

Silicon Dragon on Sand Hill Road 2012:

China Venture At A Crossroads: What’s Next?

The Promise of Silicon Global
When: October 3, 2012, 5-9pm
Where: Rosewood Sand Hill
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Welcome, Diana Ding, Rebecca Fannin

Tech Innovation Trends: Gary Matuszak, KPMG

Going Public or Private, or Make a Deal: David Chen, VanceInfo; David Lam, WestSummit Capital; David Williams, Williams Capital Advisors; Valerie Leung, Asia Alternatives, Moderator Eric Savitz, Forbes

Tech Chat: Bill Tai, CRV/Maxthon

VC Pulse, China at the Crossroads, What’s Next?: Feng Deng, Northern Light Venture Capital; Dixon Doll, DCM; Chuck Comey, Morrison & Foerster; Stuart Schonberger, CDH; Stella Jin, Keytone Ventures

Brazil Vs & China: Claudia Fan Munce, IBM Venture with Andy Tsao, SVB

A Dragon Enters the Yangtze (Alibaba): Porter Erisman, Taluswood Films

Panelists: Venture Pulse, Exit Options

Dixon Doll, Co-Founder and General Partner, DCM; Feng Deng, Founding Managing Director of Northern Light Venture Capital; Stella Jin, Partner, Keytone Ventures; Stuart Schonberger, Managing Director, CDH Investments; Melissa Ma, Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Asia Alternatives; David Lam, Managing Director, WestSummit Capital; David Chen, Co-Founder, Vice Chairman and President, VanceInfo; Chuck Comey, Partner, Morrison & Foerster; David Williams, Williams Capital Advisors

Tech and Market Chats

Bill Tai, Charles River Ventures/Maxthon
Claudia Fan Munce, Managing Director, IBM Venture Capital Group with Andy Tsao, Managing Director, SVB Global Private Equity Services
Gary Matuszak, Partner, Global Chair-TMT, KPMG with Silicon Dragon
Porter Erisman, Director, Crocodile in the Yangtze, former VP, Alibaba
Moderators: Eric Savitz, SF bureau chief, Forbes; MC: Rebecca Fannin, Silicon Dragon

5PM Doors open
5:15 PM Tech Innovation Trends: Gary Matuszak, KPMG with Silicon Dragon

5:30 PM Dealmaker Checkpoint: Going Public or Private, or M&A
David Lam, WestSummit Capital; David Chen, VanceInfo; Valerie Leung, Asia Alternatives; David Williams, Williams Capital Advisors; Moderator: Eric Savitz, Forbes
6:15 PM Tech Chat: Bill Tai, Maxthon with Silicon Dragon

6:30PM Venture Capital Pulse: China at the Crossroads, What’s Next?
Dixon Doll, DCM; Feng Deng, Northern Light Venture Capital; Stella Jin, Keytone Ventures; Stuart Schonberger, CDH
Chuck Comey, Morrison & Foerster

7:30PM Market Brief: Brazil and China: Claudia Fan Munce, IBM Venturewith Andy Tsao, SVB
7:45PM Past-times: Porter Erisman, A Dragon Enters the Yangtze (Alibaba)
8PM Cocktail Reception

MC: Rebecca Fannin, Silicon Dragon
Program Topics:
Survival of the fittest for China venture firms: an era of specialization
Where’s the next homerun deal in China like Baidu or Tencent?
Outlook for venture investment returns
Brazil, Russia, India emerge as promising tech hotspots in a new Silicon Global
China Innovation: Reality Check. A true rival to Silicon Valley?
Going Public or Private: What’s the Outlook for U.S. listings of Chinese companies?
Is the U.S. scaring off good Chinese companies from going public?
Do Chinese VCs have a role in the U.S. market?
Chinese tech brands start to go global, can they make it?
What’s ahead for Sino-US venture investment structures?
Increasing consolidation among Chinese Internet and mobile startups
China’s slowing economy and impact on startups and deal making

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