Rebecca Fannin: Silicon Dragon Hong Kong Forum 2013

Rebecca Fannin has organised the Silicon Dragon Hong Kong forum 2013, where a group of angel investors, venture capitalists, dealmakers and startup stakeholders debated the Asian Startup launches from Silicon Harbour. You can read about the challenges and opportunities that Hong Kong‘s startup community faces here

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Rebecca Fannin

Rebecca A. Fannin  范碧嘉 is author of Silicon Dragon (McGraw-Hill, 2008) andStartup Asia (Wiley, 2011), a contributor to Forbes, and a consultant and public speaker. Her news and events group, Silicon Asia, publishes e-newsletters for venture capitalists and entrepreneurs, and develops conferences in the world’s tech hotspots. Videos, photos, articles and blogs related to her books and programs can be found at

Ms. Fannin’s 20-year journalism career includes posts as international editor at Red Herring, the Pulitzer-owned International BusinessAdAge,and Incisive Media’s AVCJ. She has contributed to Inc., Worth, Fast Company, Chief Executive, The Deal, Media Post, and Harvard Business Review.

Her consulting work includes a KPMG white paper on China outsourcing, Sony research projects, and Econsultancy editorial content.  She has partnered with NASDAQ OMX, Morrison & Foerster, KPMG, SVB Financial Group, O’Melveny & Myers, Sidley Austin, Deloitte, K&L Gates, DLA Piper, InvestHK, SecondMarket, and Wells Fargo on China and India business events. Rebecca has testified as an expert witness on China’s Internet before a U.S.-China Commission in Washington, D.C.

Ms. Fannin has appeared as a featured commentator on Fox Business News in the U.S., Sky TV in Australia, and CCTV in China. She has lectured at several universities, including Yale, Columbia, Harvard, NUS, Tsinghua, Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, Ohio University, Hong Kong University and the University of San Francisco, among others.

Contact us today to engage Rebecca for your next event to share her insights on the China Tech Start-up scene!

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