Join ChinaSF and the San Francisco Center for Economic Development on our Tech Tour in late April! We will be visiting two of Asia's biggest tech hubs, Singapore and Beijing, culminating in a weekend at the world's largest mobile internet conference-- the Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC). During the tour, delegates will enjoy networking with tech industry leaders and policy makers. There will also be exclusive opportunities to market their business to potential partners and investors. The tour takes place Sunday, April 23, 2017 to Saturday, April 29, 2017. Learn more at: http://tri.ps/ChinaSF2017
In September 2017, ChinaSF will be hosting its second roadshow for the year. A program of ChinaSF Builds initiative, this roadshow will be focused on educating potential real estate developers on San Francisco's real estate development process, and current and potential market. We will host events focused on project finance, navigating red tape, creating successful business partnerships, finding supportive and appropriate services, designing for the future, navigating tax and legal codes, and innovation in the real estate industry. Full day forums are projected to be in Beijing, Shanghai, and Chengdu. Join influential members of the San Francisco real estate community such as top tier real estate developers, investors, bankers, lawyers, as well as marketing and tech professionals.
Established in 2008, ChinaSF is an economic initiative of San Francisco in close partnership with the San Francisco Center for Economic Development. ChinaSF’s mission is job creation in San Francisco, accomplished through the recruitment and retention of inbound investment and companies to San Francisco. At the same time, ChinaSF helps San Francisco companies expand into the China market.
In January, we hosted our first ContinuumSF Innovation and Credit Conference in partnership with SyncUS. With over 400 attendees, ContinuumSF featured two full days of speakers and panels conveying leading trends and best practices in cross-border investment, crowdfunding, healthcare innovation, real-estate, and online payment security.
The San Francisco Business Times presented:
ChinaSF's Executive Director, Darlene Chiu Bryant, speaks about the positive outlook of inbound investment from China in the San Francisco Bay Area despite the country's economic slowdown. The panel, hosted by the San Francisco Business Times focused on how China's volatile financial markets can be both an opportunity and challenge for U.S. businesses.