Chinese and American start-ups both face their own respective challenges. The end goal seems inevitable and that is to be global. To dominate globally it is now the expectation that one must dominate in both the U.S. and the Chinese market. We hear that it is virtually impossible for a Chinese business to break into the U.S. market; and the same is true for a U.S. start-up to enter China. With the escalating tension between the U.S. and China on cyber-security, data privacy and technology integrity – how can tech entrepreneurs practically solve these contradicting problems? we will bring to you some real experts with real experience and practical solutions. What does it mean for you as two economic superpowers compete? How will your “made-in-China” IP/business model fare for your Western customers? How will your “made-in-the USA” technology fare in China with Chinese customers and SOE buyers? Do not be caught in the cross-fire and gain perspective. Be informed. Understand the issues. In this bold new information age and technology era, one who knows; wins.