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Shanghai: Stanford Entrepreneurial Conference

From the conference website:

Stanford ATI's annual entrepreneurial conference provides unique networking opportunities for high-profile attendees, especially in giving U.S. based companies the chance to meet many up-and-coming Chinese entrepreneurs. This year's conference will focus on the rapidly changing nature of the web. Panels will facilitate discussion on Web 2.0, alternative energy, and the issues of intellectual property in China.

Industrial trends in Web 2.0, such as AJAX and open source, have resulted in thousands of new web-based applications and programs. What type of programs is the Chinese market most in need of, how can businesses capitalize on this, and how can everyday users benefit from the development of Web 2.0 in China? Topics include, but are not limited to:

* What the '2' really means
* Monetization, Monetization, Monetization
* Content censorship in China
* Vertical search and mashup
* Social multimedia file sharing and personalized recommendation
* Decentralization of content generation and social filtering

Date: Wednesday, August 16, 2006
Where: 333 Cailun Road, Pudong Scientific Convention Building, Shanghai
Sponsored by Stanford University , Focus Ventures , Dragon Bridge Capital and DFJ Dragon

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Jeremy,

Thanks for linking to us. We have already get registers from Danwei.

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