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@Venture Series 14: Is Agriculture Tech going to change the world?

October 25, 2017
6:00 pm
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP

Agenda:

6:00PM DEMO & Networking
Snacks & drinks will be served
6:30PM Opening Remarks
6:45PM Pitching
7:15PM Discussion Panel
8:30PM Networking
9:00PM Adjourn!

Additional Information

MC: Rocky Chen, Partner & CFO at Mind Fund Group
Moderator: Bess Ho, Angel Investor of Panna Cooking
Participating VCs & Investors: TBA

Rocky Chan, Partner & CFO at Mind Fund Group:

Rocky is the partner and CFO of Mind Fund Group, a VC firm based in Hong Kong but invested globally. Backed by Digital Garage (a Japanese internet and incubator powerhouse listed in Tokyo Stock exchange) and partnered with top incubators worldwide, Rocky and his team lead the investments on fintech, blockchain, AI/Machine learning, chatbox, etc. Recent successful exit includes the acquisition of Flipagram by China’s Toutiao.

Prior to joining Mind Fund, Rocky was the head and investment director of Baidu Family Office. He was credited with many successful investment deals for startups, VC, PE, hedge funds and private banks. In addition, he was responsible for the private jet legal issue, some top universities’ philanthropy work, family office management and business negotiation with Baidu’s board of directors. Rocky has over 15 years of investment experience between Silicon Valley and the Greater China. He is based in Silicon Valley but travels to Hong Kong and China often.

About the CSPA:

CSPA (Chinese Software Professional Association) is a volunteer-based, 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Silicon Valley organization dedicated to promoting leadership, community and entrepreneurship in technology.

CSPA, established in 1988, is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing high quality values and opportunities to cross-border entrepreneurs, investors, executives, and professionals, as well as startup, corporates, governments and funds.

Chinese Software Professional Association (CSPA) has nearly 4,200 professionals with over 25 years of history in Silicon Valley. CSPA is ranked on the Top 20 Chinese organization list by The Wharton School in Pennsylvania.

Our goal is to promote leadership, entrepreneurship and education among our professional members across all segments of the technology community.  By organizing educational, venture and networking events with a focus in the Asian demographic, we hope to inspire collaboration opportunities between the East and the West.

To find out more, please visit: http://www.cspa.com

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