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Club Lunch: Israel, the Start-Up Nation: How It Can Change the Face of China’s Economy

Israel, the Start-Up Nation:

How It Can Change the Face of China’s Economy

Speaker: Philippe Metoudi

Senior Advisor and Executive Board Member of the Israel Asian Fund

Managing Partner, AlfaSec Advisors & Founder of Duotem Capital Limited

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2016
12:30PM FOR 12:45PM – LUNCH
1:15PM – ADDRESS
1ST FLOOR

The relationship between Israel and Asia has evolved from strong historical ties symbolized by the Silk Road. Today, it encompasses strategic partnerships in technology – sometimes called the Innovation Highway. This strategic relationship is supported by deep historical, cultural, and spiritual links. China is now in the process of becoming the largest investor in Israel, and these two countries are perfect partners in the new era of globalization. They share strong and complementary competitive advantages, with Israel contributing technology and innovation and China providing robust financial and manufacturing capability. With the incredible rise of Asia’s economy, now is clearly the time for Asian and Chinese businesses to join forces with the Israeli tech ecosystem to achieve greater innovation and business impact.

 

Philippe Metoudi is a Managing Partner at AlfaSec Advisors and Founder of Duotem Capital Limited. He serves as a Senior Advisor and Executive Board Member of the Israel Asian Fund, and is a non-executive board member of several Israeli companies. He co-authored the book Israel and China: From Silk Road to Innovation Highway. He received a “Lifetime Achievement Award” in 2011 from Global Custodian and “Banker of the Year” award in 2009 from The Asset.

 

Speaker: Philippe Metoudi,Senior Advisor and Executive Board Member of the Israel Asian Fund Managing Partner, AlfaSec Advisors & Founder of Duotem Capital Limited



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