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Panel 4: Strategies for the Future

Nov 9, 9:20-9:50pm EST

Amidst the pandemic, the Trade War, the Ukrainian War, a global recession, how should we, as consumers, investors, and individuals deeply connected to the United States and China, make sense of all that is going on? How do we sail through the storm that is shaping and changing both countries and the world at large?


In this final panel of the day, we seek advice and insight for the future, from these experienced minds. 

Feb 23, 6:00 PM EST
China Institute

Our Panelists

strategy

Founding Partner,
Gavekal

Arthur Kroeber

Arthur co-founded the China-focused research service Dragonomics in Beijing in 2002 and was the editor of its flagship journal China Economic Quarterly through 2017. Since Dragonomics' 2011 merger with Gavekal he has been head of research for the combined operation.

strategy

Host, ChinaEDGE LIVE, The China Project

Lizzi Lee

Lizzi C. Lee is an economist turned journalist. She graduated from MIT’s PhD program in Economics prior to joining the New York-based independent Chinese media outlet Wall St TV. She is the host of ChinaEDGE: LIVE with Lizzi Lee, where she interviews the most knowledgeable minds on China for analysis of the ever evolving business and technology ecosystem.

strategy

Co-CEO and Co-Founder,
L CATTERTON

Michael Chu

Mr. Chu is the Global Co-CEO of L CATTERTON, a firm he co-founded in 1989. L CATTERTON is the largest consumer-focused private equity firm in the world operating through seven distinct fund platforms, with a presence in 17 markets across five continents. With this reach, L CATTERTON covers close to 90% of the global GDP.

strategy

Founder and Managing Partner, Qiming Ventures

Gary Rieschel

Gary Rieschel is the Founding Managing Partner of Qiming Venture Partners, a firm he launched in Shanghai in 2006. Qiming invests in Technology and Consumer (T&C) and Healthcare and has 70 staffs in China and the U.S. Qiming has $9.4 billion USD in capital raised.

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