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"China, India and the Next Frontier of Tech Innovation" on 29 October

posted Oct 11, 2010, 7:01 PM by Yanxing David Ding


NUS Entrepreneurship Centre

(Division of NUS Enterprise)



Title :

"China, India and the Next Frontier of Tech Innovation”


Speaker :


Ms. Rebecca Fannin
Journalist and Author of “Silicon Dragon

Date :

29 Oct 2010 (Friday)

Time :

6:00pm - 8:00pm (Light dinner will be served at 7:15pm)

Venue :

National University of Singapore

NUS University Hall auditorium, Lee Kong Chian Wing Level 2, 21 Lower Kent Ridge Rd
Please click HERE for campus map

Registration :

Admission is FREE

Please register your details HERE
Seats are limited so please register early to secure a place





Tech entrepreneurship is spreading throughout Asia’s innovation hotspots. The region’s advanced mobile communications and Internet markets, wealth of talented and motivated entrepreneurs and solid government support for advanced technologies all make Asia a world leader in disruptive breakthroughs. The trend has spanned now to biotech and cleantech as well. Venture capital investment has arrived in a big way too, and is helping Asian startups get to the next level and go IPO on NASDAQ and the NYSE.


About The Speaker:



Rebecca A. Fannin is an international journalist and author of Silicon Dragon, published in 2008 by McGraw-Hill, translated into several languages and favorably reviewed by the Wall Street Journal and Financial Times.

In 2009, Rebecca formed the e-newsletter, consulting and events group SiliconAsia, with an expertise in innovation, venture capital and entrepreneurship trends in China, India and emerging hotspots. She is a columnist and contributor for Forbes and a blogging contributor for Harvard Business Review.  A former international editor with Red Herring and Incisive Media, Rebecca’s journalistic career has spanned to writing and editing for Inc., Worth, Fast Company, Asia, Inc., AsiaWeek, the Pulitzer-owned International Business, and Chief Executive.  

Ms. Fannin is the author of "A New Dawn," a 2009 KPMG special report on the development of China outsourcing and its implications for India. She has appeared as a featured guest commentator on Fox Business News, Sky TV in Australia, China’s CCTV, and numerous media outlets worldwide. In addition, she has provided expert testimony on Google and Baidu in China for the U.S.-China Commission, in Washington, DC.

Rebecca resides in New York City and San Francisco, and travels regularly to Asia.  



We look forward to your participation!