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The Silicon Dragon Forum on the China-Israel-US Tech Triangle Held in Tel Aviv

“硅谷之龙” (Silicon Dragon) 在特拉维夫举行中以美三角 技术关系的讨论会

Israeli and Chinese venture capitalists, investors and entrepreneurs met yesterday at the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange for the Silicon Dragon Forum, to discuss the China-Israel-US tech triangle and the increasing role of VCs in the Chinese innovation ecosystem. Among the panelists attending and speaking at the forum were representatives of prominent VCs and angels, corporates (Baidu and IBM), and dealmakers.

Prof. Yesha Sivan, CIV Executive Director, co-moderated the VCs and Dealmakers panel together with the founder of Silicon Dragon, Rebecca Fannin.

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