Served as panelist for Silicon Valley Chinese Engineers Association

On October 20, 2007, I served as a panelist for the Entrepreneurship in [a] Global Market panel, as part of the Silicon Valley Chinese Engineers Association (SCEA) 18th Annual Meeting. [1] Themes included innovation, entrepreneurship, and globalization.

Henry Chen and Wendy Liang organized and well co-emceed the event. I enjoyed meeting people, learning from other speakers, and having an opportunity to (hopefully) provide value via the panel.

Fred Greguras of Fenwick & West served as panel moderator. [2] Audience members asked useful questions. My contributions toward answering one question included indicating realms of service for which there is little or no current software support and, therefore, considerable opportunity for entrepreneurs.

Keynote speakers were Warren Packard of Draper Fisher Jurvetson (on “Year 2017: A Venture Capitalist’s Perspective”) and Michael Moe of ThinkEquity (on “How to find the next Google?”). [3] [4]





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