When: 10-11am BST 14th April Where: Zoom
The Chinese semiconductor industry is growing at an unprecedented speed and could generate $116 billion in annual revenue by 2024, which would place China behind only the United States and South Korea in global market share. In the wake of tightening US restrictions on exports to China, many of China’s more than 15000 semiconductor firms as well as leading Chinese OEMs and internet firms have all been ramping up efforts and investments to design chips, with notable progress made over the past two years.
As a European company supplying semiconductor technologies and products with global aspirations, what are the opportunities and challenges in doing business in China? How can you balance knowledge-sharing and protecting your IP? And where do you start if you want to sell into China?
Join us at this exclusive roundtable hosted by Crayfish.io and hear what semiconductor industry veteran Tudor Brown has to say from his experience from running one of the world’s most successful semiconductor companies.
Tudor Brown MBE, Co-Founder and ex-President of Arm plc
Tudor Brown was one of the founders of Arm, one of the world’s most well-known leading fabless companies. Before joining Arm, he was at Acorn Computers where he worked on the Arm R&D program. He joined the Arm Board in 2001, became President in 2008 and retired from the Board on May 3, 2012. During his 22 years with Arm, Tudor had responsibility for developing high-level relationships with global industry partners and governmental agencies and for regional development especially in the Far East. His previous roles in Arm include Engineering Director and Chief Technology Officer, EVP Global Development and Chief Operating Officer.
Tudor is currently an Independent Director of Lenovo Group, SMIC, Marvell Semiconductor, Garrison, and CeresPower.
Tudor is a passionate believer in the technology creativity in the UK. He previously sat on the UK Government Asia Task Force. He is a Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology and a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineers.
Ting Zhang, Founder & CEO, Crayfish.io
Ting Zhang is a thought leader on UK- China trade and investment, and her expertise have been called by governments, businesses and think-tanks alike. On a daily basis, as the Founder & CEO of Crayfish.io, she is passionate about providing high-quality, value-for-money online business services for better engagement with China and beyond. Ting is a Co-Vice Chair of the UK China Tech Forum and also holds various other volunteering roles, tirelessly helping a wider community between the UK and China to better understand and engage with each other.
CEOs and decision-makers in fast growing companies that supply technologies and products into the global semiconductor industry, doing or have aspirations to do business in China.
Crayfish.io reserves the right to decline those registrations that are deemed to be irrelevant or unsuitable.
10-11am BST 14th April, via Zoom
The event will be in a roundtable format where every guest will get to participate in the discussion with the speaker and others. Detailed agenda will be available to the guests upon successful registration.