October 26, 2010
US China Internet Summit
On November 15, 2010, San Francisco will host a US - China Internet Summit, opening up opportunities for companies looking at distribution of US Content and Technology to the China Broadband Market.
The thought leadership summit brings together Chinese and US business leaders, Internet companies, content publishers, and government officials, media to discuss business trends, challenges, and opportunities for distribution of US content in China.
They are seeking content owners or technology solution providers for games, content, video, entertainment, Internet portals, e-commerce, retail services, web services and applications, consumer brands, media, and mobile applications looking for distribution partners in China.
Tens of thousands of first-time users join each day and the Chinese favor of the internet grows stronger and more innovative each day. As a result, business and investment opportunities abound, and companies such as Tencent (creator of QQ), Sina and Alibaba are leading the charge and earning strong profitability in the process.
However, this promising market opportunity is also characterized by diverse dynamics and demographics, requiring a significant understanding of both the Chinese consumer and the Chinese internet space.
Topics will cover the major trends influencing the development of internet in China and the US, focusing on the resulting business and investment opportunities between the two nations.
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