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Bill Russo Joins Ortus Round Table on The Future of China’s Innovation Hubs

December 13, 2017

Senior executives of the technology ecosystem and investment community in Shanghai gathered at the Nova Dinner, hosted by Savills, to discuss the future of Shanghai and other cities in China as innovation hubs.

Shanghai is clearly a global business hub and China’s financial capital. It’s growing base of digital media and entertainment companies, availability of educational programs and access to and capital tech infrastructure make Shanghai the front-runner in KPMG’s ranking of global innovation hubs. But when it comes to most metrics on entrepreneurship, Beijing is doing far better. Zhongguancun’s ecosystem of new ventures, tech giants, research universities and professional services firms has developed tacit knowledge and an entrepreneurial culture that is hard to replicate. What does this mean for Shanghai’s plans of becoming a global innovation hub?

Click here to view the full posting at ortus.club

Attended by:

CEO at C&A Advisors China

Co-Founder at italki

Country Manager, China at Pivotal Software

Executive Director at CITIC Capital

Executive Director at J.P. Morgan Chase

Founder & CEO at 23Seed

Founder & CEO at Automobility

Founder & CEO at Withinlink

Founder & Managing Director at DRP Capital

General Partner at SOSV

Head of Corporate Banking at SPD-Silicon Valley Bank

Managing Director at JR Capital

Managing Director at Parkopedia

Managing Partner at China Materialia

Managing Partner at PurpleSky Capital

Partner at Chinaccelerator

Partner at TD Growth Capital

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