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  • 1. Project Overview2012-13
  • 2. About China 2.0China 2.0 is a research andeducation initiative of theStanford Program on Regionsof Innovation andEntrepreneurship (SPRIE) atthe Graduate School ofBusiness of StanfordUniversity.Stanford Graduate School of Business Stanford Program on Regions of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (SPRIE)http://sprie.gsb.stanford.edu
  • 3. China 2.0 Focus China 2.0 focuses on the drivers and dynamics of the rise of Chinas internet industry and its global implications in commerce, communications, and content. [SPRIE’s] China 2.0 is the preeminent new media forum on the dynamic PRC digital landscape and combines the right mix of strategic thinking, practical applications, and networking. Fritz Demopoulos Co-founder, Qunar.com (acquired by Baidu for $300m in 2011)Stanford Graduate School of Business Stanford Program on Regions of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (SPRIE)http://sprie.gsb.stanford.edu
  • 4. China 2.0 Platform and Mission China 2.0 is a bridge between • Stanford/Silicon Valley and China • academia and industry • current and next generation entrepreneurs Our mission is to contribute to world class education based on ground- breaking research and best practices, facilitating stronger links between Internet industry pioneers, venture investors, academics and students on both sides of the Pacific.Stanford Graduate School of Business Stanford Program on Regions of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (SPRIE)http://sprie.gsb.stanford.edu
  • 5. Past China 2.0 Speakers This conference reminds me of the important ties we here in Silicon Valley and on the West Coast have between China and the United States.... This conference is great: I see the speakers are terrific and topics are great. John Hennessy President, Stanford University• David Chao (MBA „93), Co-founder & General Partner, DCM• Joe Chen (MBA „99), Founder, Chairman & CEO, Renren• Fritz Demopoulos, Co-founder, Qunar.com• James Ding, Managing Director, GSR Ventures• John Hennessy, President, Stanford University• Jon Huntsman, Former U.S. Ambassador to China Joe Chen John Hennessy Jon Huntsman• Victor Koo (MBA „94), Founder, Youku• Paul Kwan (BAS ‟96), Managing Director, Morgan Stanley• Robin Li, Co-founder, Chairman & CEO, Baidu• James Liang (PhD „11), Co-founder, Chairman & CEO, Ctrip• Richard Lim (MBA „88), Co-founder, GSR Ventures• Jack Ma, Founder & CEO, Alibaba• Nick Yang (MS „99), Founder & CEO, Wukong.com Victor Koo Robin Li Jack Ma Stanford Graduate School of Business Stanford Program on Regions of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (SPRIE) http://sprie.gsb.stanford.edu
  • 6. Media CoverageStanford Graduate School of Business Stanford Program on Regions of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (SPRIE)http://sprie.gsb.stanford.edu
  • 7. Media ImpactStanford Graduate School of Business Stanford Program on Regions of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (SPRIE)http://sprie.gsb.stanford.edu
  • 8. China 2.0 EventsUpcoming• April 12, 2013 at SCPKU, Beijing• September 27, 2013 at StanfordPast• “Fostering Innovation Beyond Boundaries” | Stanford, 2012• “Transforming Media and Commerce” | Stanford, 2011• CHINA 2.0 Stanford | 2010• CHINA 2.0 Beijing | 2010Ongoing speaker presentations &seminarsFeaturing leading industry executives,entrepreneurs and investors (includingStanford alumni) at the GSB and atStanford, including the new StanfordCenter at Peking University.Stanford Graduate School of Business Stanford Program on Regions of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (SPRIE)http://sprie.gsb.stanford.edu
  • 9. China 2.0 Research Topics • VC models, patterns, networks, impact on formation & performance of new firms in China • Success factors for China Internet firms from e-commerce to content, from start-ups to billion dollar global players • Emerging innovations – business models, processes, services, technologies • Dynamics of competition/collaboration for domestic & foreign internet players in China and around the world • Interplay of China government and private sector for technology innovation, entrepreneurship, industry development • Evolving ecosystems for innovation and entrepreneurship in China with links to Silicon Valley and global playersStanford Graduate School of Business Stanford Program on Regions of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (SPRIE)http://sprie.gsb.stanford.edu
  • 10. China 2.0 Research Sample: InvestNet CHINA VC NETWORKSLeveraging extensive transaction data of VC firms,investor resumes and qualitative analysis, the SPRIEChina 2.0 InvestNet model is uncovering unique patternsof venture capital and private equity investing in Chinaparsed by sector, geography and individual investornetworks.• How do investment and entrepreneurial networks differ in China and Silicon Valley? BEIJING 2011• How are linkages evolving between both clusters?• What patterns indicate high levels of start-up formation and performance?• What are the implications for future investment, strategy, and policies? SHENZHEN 2011Stanford Graduate School of Business Stanford Program on Regions of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (SPRIE)http://sprie.gsb.stanford.edu
  • 11. China 2.0 Research and Education Impact • Book on the origins, rise and impact of the Internet in China • Partnerships with students and faculty at Stanford and in the community • Strengthening links through seminars, video- conferences with partners in China including Tsinghua University and the new Stanford China Center at Peking UniversityStanford Graduate School of Business Stanford Program on Regions of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (SPRIE)http://sprie.gsb.stanford.edu
  • 12. Education, Publications and Output • Support undergraduate and graduate student research, field interviews, publications • Facilitate mentoring of students and young entrepreneurs with industry leaders • Outreach to student and alumni China and entrepreneurship groups • Organize seminars at Stanford for students, faculty, Silicon Valley community • Create case studies, collate data and generate new education materialsStanford Graduate School of Business Stanford Program on Regions of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (SPRIE)http://sprie.gsb.stanford.edu
  • 13. China 2.0 Contacts +1 650.725.1885 http://sprie.gsb.stanford.eduStanford Graduate School of Business Stanford Program on Regions of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (SPRIE)http://sprie.gsb.stanford.edu