eChina Tour 2011

    From April 25 to May 1, entrepreneurs, developers and venture investors from Russia will participate in the eChina Tour 2011 in the main event of the year in China - the International Mobile Internet Conference , which will bring together more than a thousand industry representatives from around the world.


    The conference will bring together prominent Internet business figures from China, Russia, Japan, the United States and other countries. Among them are such personalities as:
    • image Lars Boylesen - CEO of Opera;
    • image John Lee - Google China Vice President
    • image Niklas Tsenstrom - co-founder of Skype;
    • image Jay Sullivan - Vice President of Mozilla;
    • image Joe Chen - head of (a Chinese Facebook clone);
    • As well as an entrepreneur, manager, co-owner of Group and DST Global, CEO of DST Global and chairman of the board of directors of Group, Yuri Milner .
    In addition to participating in the conference, Russians will visit the largest Chinese Internet companies, as well as undergo training in doing business in China and meet with Skolkovo students who are currently undergoing practical training in Beijing.

    “The Chinese mobile Internet market is the largest in the world and attracts the attention of many players, including those from Russia,” said Anton Saraykin, organizer of the Russian visit and president of the Chinese club of the Moscow School of Management Skolkovo.

    There are already successful examples of cooperation with China in the Russian IT industry. Thus, Kaspersky has become one of the largest and most successful sellers of anti-virus applications in China. In 2009 i-Jet MediaIn partnership with Chinese companies, Elex Technologies launched the Happy Farmer game, which attracted an audience of 10 million people and earned more than $ 20 million. Last year, the third largest Internet player in the world, Tencent , a Chinese holding , acquired for $ 300 million 10.26% of the shares of the Russian company DST Yuri Milner, which owns the portal, as well as the social networks Vkontakte and Odnoklassniki.

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    Well, in conclusion, information for those who want to go to the eChina Tour 2011 : the cost of participation in the program is 2500 eurosand includes participation in a three-day conference, visits to leading Chinese Internet companies, one-day business training in China, lunch and dinner, transfers, as well as a rich cultural program in Beijing.

    You also need to get to Beijing somehow and live somewhere there. The cost of a round-trip flight is about 20,000 rubles. Accommodation at the hotel 1500-3000 rubles / day.

    The number of invitations is limited, so those interested should hurry up.

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