From August 11th to August 12th, TechCrunch China and TechNode will hold a conference in Beijing, with the theme of “Red Hardware”.
Popular topics to be discussed at the event include crowd funding, online education, science and technology, design, among others. Many highly-anticipated smart hardware products will be revealed to the public for the first time.

On the occasion, our guests of honor, who have distinguished themselves domestically or abroad in the tech industry, will take to the the stage to give lectures, high-end dialogues and round-table discussions. 


Zhang Xiangdong, President of Sungy Mobile 

Zhang Xiangdong, born in 1977 in Shaanxi, co-founded Sungy Mobile that got listed on the NASDAQ in late 2013.

From 2002 to 2003, Zhang was a correspondent of New Weekly Magazine. From 1999 to 2000, he served as a manager at online retailer Dangdang


He holds a BA in Information Management from Peking University. 

Sean Galligan, Vice President at Flurry

Sean Galligan is the Vice President of Business Development at Flurry,
an app analytics provider. When Flurry was established in 2005, the
company initially served as an app developer. Following the company’s
shift to analytics, they used recently gathered data to make

In a series of funding in 2013, Flurry gained $12.5
million in funding, resulting in a total of $62.5 million in

Flurry also partners with TechNode to provide Chinese
translations of analytical reports on mobile Internet.


Wen Xin, Founder and Executive Vice President at 

Wen Xin is founder of LightInTheBox, and has served as
president for marketing, product management and user
experience since 2007. From 2007 to 2010, he was responsible for
LightIntheBox’s product research and development (R&D).

Before founding LightIntheBox, Wen Xin founded one of China’s earliest blog services (the company merged with BlogChina in 2005); following the merge, he served as Vice President of Product and Business Development.

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