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China – DLD10

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Bestselling authors and company executives – all China experienced to the core. That is what can be expected in this mindblowing and entertaining session with John and Doris Naisbitt, Joe Schoendorf from Accel and Thomas Crampton, Ogilvy.

Created: 01/19/2011 • 498493 view(s) • Date of speech: 01/25/2010 • Label: technology,future,china • Language: English • City of the speech: Munich See the conference in details



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John Naisbitt

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John Naisbitt is an American author and public speaker in the area of futures studies. His first book Megatrends was published in 1982. It was the result of almost ten years of research. It was on the New York Times bestseller list for two years, mostly as #1. Megatrends was published in 57 countries and sold more than 14 million copies. In 1968 he founded his own company, the Urban Research Corporation. Naisbitt founded the Naisbitt China Institute, a non-profit, independent research institution studying the social, cultural and economic transformation of China located at Tianjin University. In 2009, Naisbitt published China's Megatrends, a book analyzing China's rise.

Country or city of residence: Global
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Joe Schoendorf

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Joe Schoendorf has been active in high technology industries for nearly forty years. Joe is a member and strategic partner of the World Economic Forum and has served as a consultant to the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) in Japan. He is able to help our portfolio management establish significant strategic global relationships in the US, Europe and Asia with a strong focus on China and Japan. Joe has participated as a Board member in industry pioneers such as Macromedia (Authorware). Joe joined Accel in 1988. Previously he was the Vice President of Marketing for Apple Computer. Before that he was Executive Vice President for Worldwide Sales and Marketing for Ungermann-Bass and a member of the Office of the President. Prior to that he was the CEO of Industrial Networking, a joint venture of Ungermann-Bass and General Electric.

Country or city of residence: Palo Alto, California
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Thomas Crampton

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Thomas Crampton worked as a correspondent for the International Herald Tribune and The New York Times for more than a decade, reporting from five continents, writing a column on Asia and covering Asian politics, economics and culture. Currently based out of China, he is working with the founder of a major media company on entrepreneurial ventures. All views expressed on this blog are entirely personal. He has served as president of The Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Hong Kong, president of The Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Thailand and on the board of the New York-based Overseas Press Club. In addition to citations from Amnesty International for his articles and photography, he has served as a judge for numerous journalism awards and worked to promote freedom of expression and the training of journalists.

Country or city of residence: Hong Kong
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