​​BROAD CHINA BUSINESS SOCIETY

The 2015 Michigan China Forum focus on business startups, Technology, innovation and data analysis is especially important as developing and developed societies face the effects of globalization. Today’s era is one of the best times to start a company with international breadth. Moreover, the US economy is expected to grow continually in 2015 and political decisions in the US focus on increased Internet broadband efficiency and usage. 


Since the rapid growth of Chinese Internet/technology startups and the increased numbers of Chinese students in Michigan State University, the Greater China Supply Chain Forum will change its name to the Michigan China Forum. The theme for 2015 Michigan China Forum was  "Opportunities, Challenges, and a New Era”

Yang Hu

Entrepreneur

Healthcare and Home Security Industry

Keynote Speaker:

Jeevak Badve

Vice President

Strategic Growth at Sundberg-Ferar

​Paula Sorrell

Vice President of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, & Venture Capital

Michigan Economic Development Corporation


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Laurie Hein Denham, CTL, CAE
President

American Society of Transportation and Logistics

Jeff Sorensen
Co- Founder, Program Specialist​
optiMize, Social Innovation at University of Michigan

​Glenn Omura

Acting Associate Dean

Eli Broad College of Business


Opening Address:

Ryan Gelisse

Targeting & Programmatic Specialist

Microsoft



David Gerard Gross
Chief Executive Author
资本细雨创业文化发展有限公司, Capital Sprinkles

Panel 2: Entrepreneurship, Emerging Markets and Investment Opportunities

DAVID CLOSS

Professor and Chairperson,The John H. McConnell Chair in Business Administration

Supply Chain Management Department at Eli Broad College of Business


David Pian

Assurance Senior

Ernst & Young

Panel 1: Technology, Digital Strategy and Big data analysis

speaker 

Friday, April 24th, 2015

​Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center, Auditorium Room, East Lansing


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