The Compass Club China, a close-knit community of mainly returnee Chinese entrepreneurs based in Beijing is organizing another event tomorrow. The founders of RedAtoms, David Liu and Jeremy Lin will teach people about mobile gaming.
RedAtoms is a VC-invested social game developer and publisher that operates in China, Japan and other Asian countries. They are the company behind the most popular and top grossing iOS app in China, and will be discussing the opportunities and challenges they see in the mobile gaming space and how RedAtoms is attacking it. Peng T. Ong from GSR Ventures and founder of the Compass Club will also be there to talk about his views on investing in the Mobile Gaming space from a VC perspective. He’s a busy man because he will also be speaking at our TechNode Ideas MeshUp Workshop on the same day!
Here are the details:
Date and time: Saturday May 5 10am-12pm
Venue: 千品Bar (Winglong Champion)
Please RSVP using the form below by Friday May 4 if you’re keen on attending. For this event they’d appreciate it if all attendees can
bring at least one new friend who has not attended a Compass Club event before.
To RSVP, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following details:
About David Liu
David Liu is CEO of RedAtoms. Prior to RedAtoms, David co-founded and served as CTO of Reach Media Group, a leading out of home media company in the US. Previously, David also worked at McKinsey, advising global high tech companies on strategic issues. David started his career in engineering at Hewlett-Packard and Silicon Graphics. David has a bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics. He also has received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.
About Jerry Lin
Jerry Lin is COO of RedAtoms. He is primarily responsible for RedAtoms’ corporate development, engineering services, creative
services, game operations and outsourcing management. He is also the co-producer of many RedAtoms’ SNS games. Prior to RedAtoms, Jerry served as VP of Engineering and Operations of Reach Media Group, a leading out-of-home media company in the US. Previously, Jerry served as a senior architect at Nielsen Mobile. Jerry has a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Harvard University and an MBA from Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley.