Tech Titans of China (Paperback)

How China's Tech Sector is challenging the world by innovating faster, working harder, and going global

By Rebecca Fannin

Nicholas Brealey, 9781529374490, 256pp.

Publication Date: September 3, 2019

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Description

The rise of China's tech companies and intense competition from the sector is just beginning. This will present an ongoing management and strategy challenge for companies for many years to come. Tech Titans of China is the go-to-guide for companies (and those interested in competition from China) seeking to understand China's grand tech ambitions, who the players are and what their strategy is. Fannin, an expert on China, is an internationally-recognized journalist, author and speaker. She hosts 12 live events annually for business leaders, venture capitalists, start-up founders, and others impacted by or interested in cashing in on the Chinese tech industry. In this illuminating book, she provides readers with the ammunition they need to prepare and compete.

Featuring detailed profiles of the Chinese tech companies making waves, the tech sectors that matter most in China's grab for super power status, and predictions for China's tech dominance in just 10 years.


About the Author

Rebecca A. Fannin is a leading expert on global innovation and the founder and Silicon Dragon Ventures, a media and events platform with a weekly newsletter, videos and a podcast. She hosts tech innovation and investment forums in several key hubs globally: San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, London, Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai and Tel Aviv. As a technology writer, author and media entrepreneur, she began her career as a journalist in Silicon Valley. She was one of the first American journalists to write about China's entrepreneurial boom, reporting from Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong. Rebecca's journalistic career has taken her to the world's leading hubs of tech innovation, and her articles have appeared in Harvard Business Review, Fast Company and Inc. Today, Rebecca pens a weekly column for Forbes, and is a special correspondent for CNBC.com.