Wednesday, October 27, 2010

[FREE-FOOD] Fwd: RSVP: Talk by Founder and CEO of CreditEase (宜信) on Social Entrepreneurship, Micro-Finance and Entrepreneurship in China 10/31

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Subject: RSVP: Talk by Founder and CEO of CreditEase (宜信) on Social Entr =?utf-8?Q?epreneurship, _Micro-Finance_and_Entrepreneurship_in_China_10/31?=
Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2010 11:06:22 -0700 (PDT)
From: Jack Guo <>

Hi all,    ACSSS and CEO are going to co-host this event with our distinguished guest, Mr. Ning Tang, Founder and CEO of CreditEase (宜信) . Mr. Tang will give a talk on Social Entrepreneurship, Micro-Finance and Entrepreneurship in China. Please RSVP below and indicates your interests with the event and the dinner followed. People who successfully RSVP for the dinner will receive another email about the venue.    Time: Sunday , Oct.31, 4pm-6pm  Venue: Havana Room, Graduate Community Center, Stanford  Map to this venue is here:    RSVP for the event and dinner here:    ____________________________________________________    Below is Mr. Tang's bio:     Ning has over 10 years of microfinance experience dating back to his college years during which he went to Bangladesh to study poverty alleviation through microcredit with Professor Yunus.   Ning founded CreditEase, China's first and now the biggest peer-to-peer microcredit platform, in 2006 and has built the company into a 2,000 person organization with a service network covering more than 20 cities all over the country. The company has enabled tens of thousands of micro-entrepreneurs, students and parents, salary workers and extremely poor rural females to have access to credit. On the innovative platform, people with extra funds (lenders) lend to people with funding needs (borrowers), all based on credit. In April 2010 , world leading venture capital investor KPCB's China fund invested into CreditEase and became a strategic partner. This is the first investment in China's microcredit industry by mainstream international private equity funds, this landmark transaction demonstrates the tremendous social and financial value that microcredit is creating in China.   CreditEase recently got elected to become the council member of China Association of Microfinance (CAM). Prof. Xiaoshan Du is the Director in General of CAM. Ning was also elected as the Director of CAM Strategy Committee.   Ning is also an experienced venture investor and has in the past 10 years funded and advised on a number of startup companies many of which have grown into leaders in their respective sectors. He is a Board member of China Talent Group (China's leading Human Resources Outsourcing service provider), DHgate (leader in next generation cross-border e-commerce), Tarena (China's largest high-end IT training service provider) and Emay (China's largest mobile enterprise solutions provider). Ning is a sought-after speaker on subject matters ranging from microfinance, innovation, venture investment to corporate social responsibility.   Ning studied mathematics at Peking University and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee. He is also a member of the Phi Beta Kappa honorary organization.      Brought to you by   Association of Chinese Students and Scholars at Stanford (ACSSS) & Chinese Entrepreneurs Organization (CEO) at Stanford          --++**==--++**==--++**==--++**==--++**==--++**==--++**== Unsubscribe or change your options at:  This mailing list is read-only. Please reply to the sender only.  Send your other post to:       - Job openings, internal referral, career info    - Sublease info listing, rent request, etc.     - Second-hand info and large purchase in group    - Contact ACSSS board or other requests  Visit our website for more information: Be a fan on Facebook:

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