swissnex China and INNOSPACE+ co-organize an innovation day on 5th April 2017. You will meet and discuss with 20 students and professors of EMBA delegation, Fribourg School of Management, start-ups located at INNSPACE+ and Swiss community about Start-ups ecosystem & Intellectual Property in China.
Amy Chen, Co-founder & Director of International Business Centre LLM (IEL)Amy Chen is the Co-founder and Director of International Business Centre of WTOIP. She is aSenior IP Consultant with extensive work experience in corporate IP practice. She previously held positions in a number of well-known international and local companies, which are Mentholatum, China Mobile, Hong Fu, Shanshan Group and LV. Capable of providing professional advisory services in the IP area, she consulted Ba Wang on worldwide trademark recognition and protection. Maintaining close communication with IP legal offices in more than 100 countries, she provides strong legal support for the growing number of Chinese enterprises wanting to expand their operations abroad.
Her presentation will be focused on the IP in China, and will contain following points:
- the types of IP in China
- the development of IP Law in China
- the Solution to IP infringement in China (case study)
- the strengthening of Chinese judicial environment on IP protection (case study)
InnoSpace is an incubation platform located in the KIC (Knowledge & Innovation Community) in Shanghai. With 1 mio sqm, it is aiming at becoming a strategic point in the city for innovation and entrepreneurship. InnoSpace offers a wide range of services for entrepreneurs, from capital raising, business development and HR solutions to Legal advice. InnoSpace currently hosts more than 50 start-ups and 200 developers. One-third of those start-ups have overseas background from USA, UK, Canada, Australia, Singapore and Japan.
Amanda Ma holdS a MA in Linguistics and was former head of China Market BD for Swiss, German and Finnish companies. She founded a consulting business to provide customized services to international companies including Bosch, Coca Cola, Pepsi and top foreign legal companies. She is currently running China’s first maker space “XinCheJian” since 2013 which became the most active grassroot maker community in China, and received top government officials such as Wan Gang, minister of Science and Technology. In 2016, she joined INNOSPACE+, and is in charge of marketing and InnoMaker hardware accelerator.
Lan He, born in 1987, graduated from Imperial College London majoring in chemistry in 2008. He then started his first business. After his business failed, he went to the University of Manchester to pursue a PhD in Materials chemistry at the University of Manchester in 2010. He suspended his studies and is now the CEO of Shanghai Mi Fang Electronics Technology Co., Ltd. The vision of the company is that everyone can utilize a personal electronic hardware printer to obtain up to a million kinds of applied electronic systems for the internet of things that are needed both in life and work, so that people can informationize things that are seen everywhere. One of their core products is the Bluuprint Electronic Hardware Printer, a professional printing machine specifically designed for printed electronics. It is a machine that enables makers, engineers and scientists to build cutting-edge printed electronic components and systems, to innovate and to conduct novel experiments. It is also an affordable and easy-to-use machine, yet extremely productive.