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Sept.25: "IMITATORS OR INNOVATORS?" by DUNCAN CLARK ON CHINA'S TECH GIANTS

 
"China's Tech Giants: Imitators or Innovators?"  by Duncan Clark
 
Author and tech expert Duncan Clark will explore whether genuine innovation is fueling China’s new generation of tech moguls – and why the question is a crucial one for their business empires.  This year Clark launched the English-language and Chinese-language versions of “Alibaba: the House that Jack Ma Built”, which charts the rise of Alibaba and the challenges it faces as the company expands beyond e-commerce into finance, entertainment, media and beyond. The book was shortlisted in September for the FT/McKinsey Business Book of the Year. This event is jointly organized by RASBJ and Capital M.
 
WHAT: “China’s Tech Giants: Imitators or Innovators?” by Duncan Clark, author of "Alibaba: the House that Jack Ma Built"
WHEN: Sunday, Sept. 25, 4:00-6:00 PM
WHERE:  Capital M, Beijing
COST: RMB 75 per person
RSVP: email events@rasbj.org and write “Duncan Clark” in the subject header
 
MORE ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Founder, investor and leading advisor on China’s dynamic technology and consumer sectors, Duncan has been based in China since 1994 where, after four years as an investment banker with Morgan Stanley, he founded leading investment advisory firm BDA China.  A senior China policy advisor to institutional investors, corporations and governments, Duncan is also a cofounder or early stage investor of a number of technology ventures including AppAnnie, Student.com and Radish Fiction. He is an independent director of Bangkok Bank (China) and an advisory board member of WildAid and the Digital Communication Fund of Pictet et Cie.

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