HYSTA Executive Program Speaker Event03/24/2011 - 03/24/2011

HYSTA Event
HYSTA Executive Program Speaker Event
HYSTA Executive Program proudly announces that its March keynote speaker event by Stephen Denny will be held on Thursday, March 24 at Microsoft Mountain View campus.



We welcome you to participate in this exceptional opportunity to learn the secrets of many thriving startups against established industry giants through Stephen's year-long research and interviews of over 70 accomplished business leaders.


  • The five lessons that separate the “Giant Killers†from everybody else
  • The four hidden lessons of the giant killers
  • Speed as a competitive weapon
  • Eigen cultures, creating truisms & the future of marketing
  • Winning in the last three feet
Speaker Bio
Stephen Denny is a twenty year veteran of connecting brands to the wants & needs of technology users, having managed the people, strategy and budgets at brand name technology companies. He has deep experience in both B2B and B2C marketing and has been recognized as a highly creative, out-of-the-box strategist.
Date & Time
7:30PM - 9:00PM, March 24th, 2011
Venue
Microsoft Bldg 1, 1065 La Avenida Street

Mountain View, CA 94043
Admission
Please RSPV at KillingGiants.EventBrite.com. $15 by RSVP, $20 at door.

Light refreshment will be served.
Event Host
Tao Long, Director, HYSTA Executive Program
Event Contact
Alan Wen, Project Manager, HYSTA Executive Program, xjwen@hysta.us

About Us

HYSTA (Hua Yuan Science and Technology Association, www.hysta.org) is a leading Chinese professional association in US. Founded in 1999 by a group of successful Chinese entrepreneurs, HYSTA aims at nurturing entrepreneurship and career development among Chinese technology and business professionals and facilitates networking and the exchange of business ideas between Silicon Valley and China.

HYSTA Executive Program is an invitation-only group providing exclusive access to Chinese business leaders in Silicon Valley and China. Membership typically consists of senior executives.

 

 

 


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