Excelorators Winter Forum
Organization: Excelorators Inc.
|Event Date/Time: Dec 02, 2013||End Date/Time: Dec 04, 2013|
Excelorators Forum at Harvard Club Addresses US-China Economic Innovation
New Forum Addresses US-China Financial Innovation, O2O Commerce Models and Collaborative Investment Opportunities
The first annual Excelorators Winter Forum, featuring Nobel laureate Eric Maskin, will take place at the Harvard Club in Boston, December 2nd-4th.
Excelorators, a Cambridge, MA education organization, announces an economic forum discussing innovation, crowd-financing, online-to-offline (O2O) commerce models, and Chinese-US investments in global startups. Forum speakers include successful entrepreneurs, business executives, government officials and several Harvard Business School professors, including Dr. Maskin. Chinese business executives, investors and media officials including CCTV (China Central Television) will be among those attending the forum. CCTV, China’s leading media outlet, will film segments for an entrepreneurial news program broadcast throughout China. Guest will have access to centers of innovation in Cambridge including MIT media labs and the Cambridge Innovation Center. “We look forward to hosting experts, entrepreneurs and scholars from an array of industries. We are confident this forum will empower our guests,” said Antonio Reyes, CEO of Excelorators. For further information and registration details regarding the event, please contact Excelorators event registration department at 800.675.7531, or register directly online at www.excelorators.com. ABOUT EXCELORATORS In addition to this Forum, Excelorators provides year round access to global thought leaders at the premier centers of higher education in the United States. Excelorators was created in partnership with Harvard & MIT alumni, faculty, students and staff. We recognized the need to create forums where both guests and experts learn from each other. Continuing Professional Experiences provide guests with exclusive access to innovative ideas and transformative relationships across country, culture, religion and creed. If we build the bridges of dialogue across our many cultures, eventually we’ll begin to solve our modern challenges.