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Save-the-Date for CIV2015HK: The Future of Venture 风投的未来”——科勒风险投资研究院2015年会 (中国·香港),诚邀您的莅临

风投的未来”——科勒风险投资研究院2015年会 (中国·香港),诚邀您的莅临
The Coller Institute of Venture and Cyberport invite you to save-the-date for CIV2015HK: The Future of Venture, an annual international conference where academics and practitioners will reflect and discuss the future of venture. The event will be held at Cyberport, Hong Kong on Friday, November 6th 2015.

To become a partner or co-host a side event, please contact Noa Mondrowicz, Marketing Director at noa@collerinstituteofventure.org


  • Share latest developments in venture through best practices
  • Discuss and reflect to generate new ideas and models
  • Collaborate and network with exclusive venture leaders
  •  See full program


  • Nicholas Yang, Innovation & Technology Advisor, HKSAR Gov.
  • Michael Bruck, HK Leader, Stanford Research Institute (SRI)
  • Amir Gal-Or, Managing Partner, Infinity Group
  • Jeremy Coller, Executive Chairman and CIO
  • Sagi Karni, Consul General of Israel in Hong Kong
  • Dr. Robyn Klingler Vidra, Lecturer, King’s College London
  • Prof. Manhong Liu, Professor, Renmin University, China
  • See full list…


  • The Future of Venture
  • Local Stories Revealed
  • Policy Perspectives
  • Limited Partner Perspectives

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