Interested in exploring the Asian market? YES!Delft and the Faculty of EEMCS host ‘Accelerate into Asia’. Scale-ups, eager start-ups, or just interested peeps, should join.
During this afternoon we will provide you with information on the Asian possibilities for expansion, give useful insights and tips.
Venturing into Asia can be daunting as there are intercultural barriers to cross. Many entrepreneurs are left wandering. Frank Bomers (AccelerAsia) and Dorrit Sliepen (China Inroads) can remove the hordes on the way, so you can enter the Far and Middle East in a higher pace. Or even in full sprint.
We welcome all intrepid entrepreneurs to soak up all of Frank Bomer’s and Dorrit Sliepen’s expertise, and to ask lots of questions. Feel free to e-mail them beforehand to Caitlin@yesdelft.nl, if you would like Frank or Dorrit to make a fuss out of it.
monday october, 3rd, 2016
15.00 – 17.00 interactive presentations by frank bomers and dorrit sliepen
18.00 network & drinks
yes! delft (molengraaffsingel 12, delft)
here before september 26th
about the talks:
Frank is partner at AccelerAsia, a Singapore based accelerator and incubator. AccelerAsia capitalises on the rapidly expanding market opportunities in South East Asia, providing fast growing companies with acceleration and incubation activities in the region.
He provides access to a well-developed regional partnership ecosystem of large multinationals, local brands, entrepreneurs, investors, universities and government institutions.
Frank will talk about: 'Southeast Asia, a world of opportunities for you to seize’
Dorrit Sliepen has a legal background and has lived in China over two years. She now works as Project Manager at China Inroads. China Inroads supports innovative European high-tech companies with the realization of a sustainable cooperation in China with relevant, reliable partners and distributors. They support machinery manufacturers that provide technological custom-made solutions in fields such as food processing, energy- and environmental technology and waste processing. Their offices are located in Utrecht, Shanghai and Beijing.
Dorrit will discuss how to find a suitable business partner in China and what to consider when entering the Chinese market.