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Event: Can Silicon Valley be cloned to China?

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AllChinaTech s Editor-in-Chief Wu Nan will moderate a panel with honorary professor Anil K. Gupta at University of Maryland s Robert H. Smith School of Business, organized by the FTChinese, the Chinese language online publication of the Financial Times, on Aug 3.For more than 50 years, Silicon Valley has remained the global epicenter of technological innovation.

Almost all of the major disrupters of the last several decades Intel, Apple, Oracle, Salesforce, Google, Facebook, Twitter, Tesla, Uber, Airbnb and many others were founded in Silicon Valley.

How can it be done?Professor Anil K. Gupta will discuss what makes Silicon Valley what it is its DNA , how Silicon Valley is changing, and whether or not the Silicon Valley phenomenon can be replicated in other locations such as Beijing, Shenzhen, Bangalore, London, Berlin, or Singapore.He will later be joined by other tech business experts in a panel discussion and Q session.Speaker: Professor Anil K. Gupta, holder of the Michael Dingman Chair in Strategy and Globalization at the University of Maryland s Robert H. Smith School of Business.Professor Gupta is a strategic management and globalization expert.

He is ranked by the London-based Thinkers50 as one of the world s 50 most influential living management thinkers and has been named by The Economist as one of the world s superstars in a cover story on Innovation in Emerging Economies.

A member of the World Economic Forum s Global Agenda Council on Emerging Multinationals, he has served on the boards of several NYSE- and NASDAQ-listed companies in the United States and as chief advisor to The China India Institute.

Gupta is also a columnist for Bloomberg Business Week, contributing editor for Chief Executive magazine and contributor to the Harvard Business Review.Host: Wu Nan, CEO and Editor in Chief of AllChinaTech.Wu Nan is an award-winning journalist, with honors from the Foreign Press Association in New York and the Hong Kong Journalists Association.

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