Asia-US Summit To Explore Digital Opportunities


On May 2nd, 2019 entrepreneurs, investors and tech professionals from Asia and the United States will convene  at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Silicon Valley to explore possible areas for collaboration at the 4th Silicon Valley Entrepreneur Festival (SVEF).

They will explore possible areas for collaboration in digital transformation especially in the areas of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Big Data, and Internet Of Things (IOT).  Venture capital in new energy, the rise of social entrepreneurship, digital marketing trends and content revolution, as well as women in technology will be other areas of focus. Of special interest are the needs of small and medium sized enterprises and how big companies can support small companies and the overall community through business growth.

“It is an opportunity to meet with innovators, entrepreneurs and enterprises from both Asia and America in order to learn from them their game-changing insights to tackle real-world challenges,” said Diane Ding, Founder and CEO of Silicon Valley Innovation Channel–Ding Ding TV and the new President of the US-China Chamber of Commerce of Silicon Valley.

IN 2016, Silicon Valley Entrepreneur Festival (SVEF) started as a networking platform to bring together innovators, entrepreneurs, investors and tech professionals from Asia and the United States.

“SVEF is a great platform to strengthen relationships with businesses and industry in China,” says Praveen Gupta, organizing committee member, event advisor, and Corporate Quality Director,  who has worked with SVEF since its inception.

The keynote speakers are Chih-Kai Cheng, Acorn Pacific Ventures Co-founder and General Partner, Author of Password to Innovationand Human values behind Silicon Valley Steve Hoffman Captain, Founders Space, and Author of Making Elephants Fly, Michael Condry, Chair ofAdvisory Board at CLINICAI, and President of IEEE TEMS (Technical Engineering Management Society), Steve Westly Founder  of the Westly Group, one of the nation’s leading Clean Tech VC firms and Former Controller and Chief Fiscal Officer of the State of California, Presidential candidate Andrew Yang, founder of Venture for America, and Henry William Chesbrough, Adjunct Professor and Faculty Director Garwood Center for Corporate Innovation.

Some of the other speakers include Sureel Choksi, President and CEO at Vantage Data Centers, Ravi Pendekanti, Senior Vice President, Server Solutions and Product Management and Marketing at Dell EMC, Harbir Bhatia, Board Member of Selectiva Systems, Arun Parimi, Founder of Arevea and Co-Founder of BookMyCargo, Eugene Zhang, CEO of TEEC Angel Funds;,and Orrin Mahoney Rotary District Governor, and former Mayor of Cupertino.

The 4th Annual Silicon Valley Entrepreneur FestivalSVEFis jointly presented by Ding Ding TV- Silicon Valley Innovation Channel, a hub, bridge and platform for US – China business relations, and China-US Business Summit, a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing business cooperation and cultural communication between China and the United States. Acorn Campus sponsors it.

The event SVEF 2019 will be held on May 2nd between 9:00 a.m.– 6:00 p.m.  PDT at Santa Clara Convention Center, 5001 Great America Parkway, Santa Clara, CA 95054. Tickets range from $199 to $699.

For guest speaker recommendations and partnership, please contact: Sandy Wang, [email protected]; Diana Ding, [email protected]; Phone: 408-244-8883







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