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CIV2015HK – Resources 6-Nov-2015 | Hong Kong

On November 6, 2015 the Coller Institute of Venture held CIV2015HK: The Future of Venture, at Cyberport in Hong Kong.

On the CIV2015HK Event Resource page you can: download PDF presentations, view picture album, and watch video presentations.

Click on the presentation in the below program to access its resources.

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TimeSession
09:00-10:00Welcome: The Future of Venture
Prof. Yesha Sivan, Executive Director, Coller Institute of Venture
Herman Lam, CEO, Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Limited
Sagi Karni, Consul General, Embassy of Israel in Hong Kong
10:00-10:45Historical Perspective: Design Your Future by Using the Past
Chair – Prof. Yesha Sivan, Coller Institute of Venture
Keynote – Lessons from 100 Years of Venture – Prof. Eli Talmor, London Business School
Responder – Prof. Manhong Mannie Liu, The Chinese Science Academy
11:00-12:30Geographical Perspective: Unique Challenges and Opportunities
Chair – Prof. Eli Talmor, London Business School
China – Prof. Manhong Mannie Liu, FEDS – The Chinese Science Academy
Israel (Tel Aviv) – Yoav Z. Chelouche, Aviv Venture Capital
Taiwan – Volker Heistermann, Managing Director, Yushan Ventures
Silicon Valley – Michael Bruck, HK Leader, Stanford Research Institute (SRI)
14:00-14:45Policy Perspective
Chair – Prof. Kalok Chan, Dean, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Business School
Keynote – Dr. Robyn Klingler Vidra, King’s College London
Responder – Dr. Marta K. Dowejko, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
15:00-16:00Unique Venture Models – Limited Partners
Chair – Mounir Guen, CEO, MVision
Tim Lafferty, Chief Operating Officer, Mawsonia
Dr. Jeffrey Chi, Chairman, SVCA
Panel Discussion
16:00-17:00Summary: The Future of Venture from Various Perspectives
Panel Participants:
History: Prof. Yesha Sivan, Coller Institute of Venture
Geography: Prof. Eli Talmor, London Business School
Policy: Prof. Kalok Chan, Dean, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Business School
Venture Models: Mounir Guen, CEO, MVision