Uncover the Dragon: China’s Global Entrepreneurship Future
The Social and Technology Entrepreneurship Panel (STEP) will give students at Brown a chance to deeply understand the large trends of entrepreneurship within China. To create a multi-dimensional view, we will bring together viewpoints from government officials, social entrepreneurs (or philanthropists) and successful technology entrepreneurs. In addition to internal trends in China, we will seek to make the panel appealing to a wider audience of Brown students, by discussing the implications of China’s economic rise for broader economic policies.
- What is the state of Chinese entrepreneurship right now (total size, number of companies, types of companies)? What is the attitude among the younger generation of possibilities of entrepreneurship?
- What does the investment/incubator landscape look like in China? Where is capital coming from, how easy is it to access, and how is it going to keep changing?
- What should be the role of the Chinese government in facilitating entrepreneurship? What government policies have been passed?
- How can international citizens participate in this entrepreneurship?
- What is the role of philanthropy, and successful nonprofits for creating social change/social entrepreneurship in China?
|Julia Qin||Founder of No One, a peer-to-trained peer anonymous chat app aimed at long term suicide prevention and partnered with Palo Alto School District.|
Co-Founder of Startup Salad
|League of Extraordinary Women 创始人
Founder of the League of Extraordinary Women
Founder of EMIE Technology Co., Ltd