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Indiana University

China and the United States have become highly interdependent over the past three decades. Deepening business cooperation is central to restoring growth and prosperity in both countries.

Participants in this free three-day program will:

• Meet and network with leading American and Chinese entrepreneurs,
  corporate leaders, investors, officials, and scholars
• Find new business opportunities across a wide range of industries
• Receive practical advice on managing the challenges of doing business with
• Learn of regional strategies to support business cooperation with China

50 Speakers from China and the United States, including:

Michael Barbalas
President, American Chamber of Commerce in China

Vincent Mo
Chairman of the Board and CEO, SouFun Holdings Limited

Daniel Wright
Senior Vice President, Stonebridge International
(former Managing Director, US-China Strategic Economic Dialogue)

James Zukin
Partner, Houlihan Lokey Howard & Zukin

Day 1: Expanding US-Chinese Business Cooperation in the Current
             Economic Climate

            Location: University Place Conference Center, 850 W. Michigan Street, Indianapolis
            • Success Stories of Chinese and American Entrepreneurs
            • Emerging Business Opportunities with China
            • Challenges and Obstacles to Business Cooperation
            • Regional Strategies for Supporting Cooperation

Day 2: Entrepreneurship and US-Chinese Business Cooperation
            Location: Indiana Memorial Union, Indiana University-Bloomington Campus
            • Regional Entrepreneurship Patterns
            • Innovation and Entrepreneurship
            • Entrepreneurship Between Globalization and Protectionism
            • The Legal and Political Environment for Business in the US and China

Day 3: Entrepreneurship Law Clinic Workshop, Industry Tour, and Meet
             Vincent Mo

Attend for 1, 2, or 3 days. Registration is free!