Jing Daily At The MIT Sloan Asia Business Conference

    On November 6, Jing Daily attended the MIT Sloan Asia Business Conference in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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    Event Features Keynotes By Yuan Chen (China Development Bank), John Wang (HTC) And David Steel (Samsung)#

    Tomorrow (November 6), Jing Daily will attend the MIT Sloan Asia Business Conference in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Bringing together C-level executives in the arena of Asian business, the conference looks to explore the possibilities for innovation among businesses in Asia, while providing a platform for MIT faculty and students to network with top business leaders.

    At the sold-out conference, Yuan Chen, Chairman of China Development Bank, will address the future of financial institutions in China. Additional key note speakers will include John Wang, Chief Marketing Officer, HTC; David Steel, Executive Vice President of Samsung Electronics; and Shintaro Hori, Chairman of Bain Capital Asia. Along with exposing attendees to a range of panel discussions on branding in Asia, starting a business in Asia, and innovation in Asia, the event is aimed at bringing together established executives and the next generation of students interested in doing business in Asia.

    As Rita Chao, MIT Sloan MBA Class 2011 and a lead organizer of the conference, put it, “As part of one of the world’s leading business schools, we want to connect the Sloan community with the business frontiers of Asia. We are eager to learn from Asian executives, and to inspire new ideas across the continent using the cutting-edge knowledge we have learned at MIT.”

    Twitter users can keep an eye on our live-tweets at the event at @jingdaily under the hashtag #mitabc. Also, watch for our coverage of the event next Monday.

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