Overview: New Business in Asia Driven by Climate-Tech and Sustainability

Thu September 29th 2022, 5:30 - 7:00pm
Event Sponsor
US-Asia Technology Management Center
Paul G. Allen Building
330 Jane Stanford Way, Stanford, CA 94305
Allen 101X Auditorium

Please join us for the first session in our 30th Anniversary series with US-ATMC Director Dr. Richard Dasher as he provides an overview on new businesses in Asia driven by climate-tech and sustainability. The session also includes a special feature: Dr. Amit Kapoor, Honorary Chairman of the Institute for Competitiveness, India, will join the session to present recent findings on the economic impact of sustainability.

This program is part of a 9-week series on "Topics in International Technology Management: New Business in Asia Driven by Climate-Tech and Sustainability", which begin September 29, 2022 and continue weekly until December 1, 2022. Seminars will be held Thursdays, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM.  Throughout the series, we’ll have guest speakers from industry and academia present examples of problem-driven innovation for environmental sustainability, climate change amelioration and mitigation, ESG reporting, SDG targeting, and related topics. Focus is on present-day developments in Asia business, technology, and investing, along with their implications for Silicon Valley and the U.S.


Our seminars are being offered in a hybrid format and are open to the public in-person for the first time since 2019!

To attend online, please register at <https://stanford.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0rd--vqzkvGdAJZ5KIFXD116WMknMIg-Z5>. This will register you for the entire 10-week series and the same link will be used for all sessions. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting series. You may cancel at anytime.

To attend in-person, please register in advance at <https://www.eventbrite.com/e/overview-new-business-in-asia-driven-by-climate-tech-and-sustainability-tickets-420700686077>.  Public is welcome on a first come, first served basis.  Per university guidelines, face coverings will be required inside the auditorium.