Partnering with KPCB to build the Next Big Thing in China:
A dialogue with Wei Zhou, Partner at KPCB China
China, by far the largest mobile market in the world with 1Bn active cellphone subscribers, 350Mn mobile internet users.
Join us to learn how to work with KPCB China to access the market through innovation.
Wei Zhou's Portofolio at KPCB China
360buy.com, 京东商城； Arrail Dental 瑞尔, Doodle Mobile, Green Bio-Science Co. 国韵生物, KJY Water, Manzuo.com 满座网, Scinor Water, VenusTech 启明星辰 (SME: 002439), Xiu.com 走秀网, Miaozhen System 秒针系统 and Xianguo.com 鲜果网
Thu, May 3rd, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ InnoSpring
Note: Food and drinks will be provided.
Wei Zhou is a Managing Partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers China and leads its China digital practice group. He has accrued more than 10 years of operational experience with leading local technology companies in various functions and regions in China. His focus areas of investment include internet, wireless, media and consumer services. Wei serves on the Board of Directors or works closely with the teams at 360buy.com, Arrail Dental, Doodle Mobile, Green Bio-Science Co., KJY Water, Manzuo.com, Scinor Water, VenusTech (SME: 002439), Xiu.com and Xianguo.com, as well as one stealth company. He is based in the firm’s Beijing office.
Before joining KPCB China in 2007, Wei served as the chief executive officer and chairman of Shanghai Hanbo Technology Co., a leading e-payment solution provider in China. In that role, he successfully led the strategic merger and acquisition of Hanbo and its post-merger integration and business model transformation. In addition, Wei held various senior managerial and operational positions during his eight years at Start Computer Group and its subsidiary, Start Computer Equipment, including vice president, business director and district general manager. While there, he directed teams focusing on product management, business development, corporate operation and M&A, went through its start up stage, IPO process, and following years of fast growth.
Wei holds an M.B.A. from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and a bachelor of engineering degree from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China.