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Purpose of AlibabaUni.com - to help student unions and youth inspired by jack ma's commitmments to transformational education

and reforming olympics (and other platforms of global youth hero worshiping)

search and develop the top 10 missing curricula of world class job creation - to join in rsvp isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com

economistlearning.com the tv age destroyed local culture and everyday citizen participation in community just when eg c;limate needed that most - we urgently need to promote youth empowerment -  not just artists in every community but grassroots action nets and open space storytellers briefed in latest leapfrog (eg universal mobile app of live saving info) and blockchain (Big Data Small) advances in transforming every market sector monoplised by the big get bigger until small enterprsies flourish and joy is returned to every community

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making 2nd langiaged 10 times more affordable for youth starting with english and chiense but linking all mother languages by 2020

=how maximising peer to peer language networks - eg the most valauble way to spend your tiem social networking? connecting friendship exchanges with language swaps;

maximising opportunities to langiage swap wherever Belt Road Forum newly connect peopels and cultures; maximising connectiosn between language learning and vital action

networks of youth as sustainahbility generation 

#2 helping linkin various superplace clubs- for example the governor of jeju wants to linking 2500 places of green big bang- going zero carbon by 2030

SWAP VITAL YOUTH KNOWHOW- JEJU youth and leaders know how to explore this for island economies of about halk a a million people having conected all the most trusted advisers of green development banking

and having received the accolade from korea's president moon - yours is firstinternational sum,it i have spoken at and there cannot be any of geater importance

 - over 25 yeras of studying place brands we recommend people choose what levelof place is most relevant to next generation livelihhods-

demand your place's youth and diversity of resources are uniquely valued bottom-up whatever your wide national or regioanl parners are-

china is an exceptional example of working the best of making places responsible for their unique advantages in job creating whilst also - global youth should celebrate both china and bangladesh (fazle abed family) lead contributions to ending poverty and empwering girls - more

celebrating every advance with sustaining youth jobs worldwide- the good news is that most sustaonability goals are solved by win-win job creation

across brdoers - exactly the opposite of insdudtrial age 1 extraction of things where one nations job wins were offere anoth nations job losses ................................................................................................................................

  
annual reporting back by emminent people on topics such as most trusted development bank partnerships in world; moost exciting young professioanal innovations of community health services- g20 has been redesigned since china g20 2016 to make such celebrations and corresponding new youth action curricula top of agenda- watch out for how great this wil be argentina g20 summer 2018 as franciscans and confucians host the purpose of this critical time -let's map how to link latin american social worldwide trade    

 everyone who's curiosity has been excluded starting with poorest girls shoud be co-editing 30000 microsolution to the sustainability goals that can be openly replicated with aps and across all analagous communities

until the number 1 web page catalogues such solutions and until national curricula permeit thsoe from 12 yeras up to apprentice to sevrcing community microfrachsies if they want to- our media and educational systems are not smart enough- and may well end our species

these 3 billion jobs can be a guide to wherger we are designing emdia and education- there;d so much work to be done; we are now investing 1000 times more in elarning commns tech than 1946 but education, media and devlopment bankers - together with academics and old style politicians - are leeting us down. Tick tock 1461 days left to bend the curve that obama never began to do

 

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rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk if you have ideas on how brit youth can friends china youth and start knowledge trades such as learning languages

Britain's proudest global trade moments -AIIB first in Europe

 

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Alibaba Group Founder and Commissioner, Jack Ma, Shares His Thoughts on the #LearningGeneration

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  1. Jack Ma in Conversation with The Education Commission

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    Founder and Executive Chairman Alibaba Group and Commissioner Jack Ma sits down with The International Commission on ...
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    http://www.weforum.org/ A conversation with Alibaba founder Jack Ma on the future 
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INT At the opening speech of Belt Road Forum (Beijing 14 May) Chinese President Xi Jinping talked about the new plans, an hour later in your speech you talked about seizing the momentum, CAN WE?:
AG YES of course. I think today that China has a leading role in promoting multilateralism around the world; China has a vision that globalization is a good thing that it needs to be promoted even as it needs to be corrected where people are being left behind – the Chinese approach is we need better globalisation and we need Belt and Road to create conditions for “larger” areas of the world to benefit so that globalisation can be an opportunity for all with nobody left behind as we at the UN are committed to through agenda 2030 (the 17 Sustainability Development Goals) approved by the general assembly of the United Nations. So I think this morning’s speech was the confirmation of what has been a very clear commitment by China to a fair globalization –to a fair and free trade – and to a multilateral governance able to respond to the global challenges we face today
INT So this is a window of opportunity many say, but the question is are we going to catch this opportunity? Eg secretary general you talk about the common ground between Belt Road and the Sustainability Development Goals by 2030 which you set up (and which Jinping was among many leaders to sign up to) but what about the action plabn, we need to take action, don’t we?
AG OF COURSE, the advantage of The BELT Road Initiative is its not only a concept, it is a combination of a number of concrete projects which have been implanted in many areas of the world,,eg infrastructure and those that relate to people to people connections because we live in a world with too many conflicts so this is not only a material development project, it is a project to bring people together; this is not something only for development but also for peace, and this is why Belt Road is so much related to the agendas of the UN that connect sustainable development and sustainable peace  
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Rachel McCullough-Sanden, Spencer Chiimbwe, and Christopher Macrae are organizers of the Collaboration Cafe in New York ... 

this collaboration video - a format we first developed in european union 15 yeras ago - discovered loss of sustainability happens locally first- and is contextual - so for example if a place is cut off from market channels and financing, small enterprises will have difficulty in flourishing- whats the missing infrastructure (see Belt Curriculum above). or whats the other broken systems that caused this to be a place where sme cannot flourish. In china 5000 of the nation's most brilliant graduates donate a year living in vilages to helpo identify lovcal chalenges which technolgy has either solved (app'd) elsewhere or which many vailages need as a next solution

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whats global and not local

open technology offers a global platform - jack ma's tao bao designe ecommerce channels to include villages and otherss that have previously been excluded from markets- its reach is china-wide- and at the 2016 G20 he committed to fully suppotting first 2 nations who wanted their smes to have free worldwide trade ie initially with china- it would appear that malaysia and argentina have taken up this offers- can you help report their progress?

most exciting cases of human progress are report at leapfrogtv - these invike cases where a socity missed out on a whole indsutrial revolutiion but makes most valuable use of the next elap - so societies not on electricity grods have led markes of microsolar, socueties without fixed line telephines have been co-creating many of the most live-changing apps of being mobile connecetd 

 

 


online library of norman macrae--

back in 1972 macrae started curriculum of Entreperenurial Revolution at The Economist - mapping 3 bilion jobs of net generation imspired by youth experiements at the UK National Lab for Computer Asisted Learning - this was the UK's greatrest space inspired by the moon race- other heroes of 21st C learning economy we love at that time started up at brac bangladesh , POP franciscans s.america and china's 1.3 billion previously underemployed heroic peoples

what would macrae co-blog in 2017?- join our worldwide bureau of Macrae's pro-youth Economist -america china japan europe university  black 

AliBabaUni.com is one of 5 collaboration good news partners of The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant Norman Macrae's Family Foudation-.

Together we form the publishers of the World Record Book of Job Creators  

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Help www.alibabauni.com catalogue universities, collab hubs and educational  "livelihoods" networks that Jack Ma is helping to design and dsitribute around Industrial Revolution 4 (impact of sustainability ane learing economy worlds possible due to spending 4000 times more on Learning Communications Technologies than 1946

breaking news detroit 20 june 2017

 related references - jack ma's year of editing SME transformation view of G20 - and other sme documentation for future g20s - and video on education will destroy half of all youth livelihoods unless...jack ma video on how alibaba will change olympics coke used to run with ban ki-moon tipped to take on lead role at olympics committee

 

argentina ahead of its g20 in 2018 has become alibaba's 2nd taobao country freeing electronic world trade of all smes following on malaysia as first

 

both head of UN and world bank (jim kim) have clarified china's action approach to big data small is a global 2.0 leap ahead of western top down aid which integrates transparently with mapping 11 green belts of world trade (one of xi jinpings main collaborations with places interested in climate or sustaining youth - the question is can citizen place networks and open education formats share solutions translating international and inner city development

 

detroit training of 1500 people is part of jack ma's commitment to renew 1 million sme's across america's hearltland and inner cities

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 Welcome and Opening Remarks

Fireside Chat with Dan Gilbert: Delivering on the Vision

Most people know Dan Gilbert as the Founder and Chairman of Quicken Loans Inc., the nation’s second largest mortgage lender. Or as the majority owner of the 2016 NBA Champion Cleveland Cavaliers. But here in Detroit, Dan is known for his commitment to reinventing and revitalizing the city. In 2010 Dan moved 3,600 Michigan-based team members into Detroit’s urban core. Since then Dan’s companies have created 17,000 new jobs here in downtown Detroit, and employ more than 30,000 jobs nationwide. Dan will share insights on how to achieve the goals you set for your business.

Marcus Lemonis: How to turn your business into a thriving enterprise

Marcus Lemonis is an entrepreneur, investor, and executive advising struggling businesses in CNBC’s primetime reality series “The Profit”. He will share lessons for fellow entrepreneurs on how to continue growing and expanding their businesses.

Marcus Lemonis, Chairman and CEO of Camping World and Good Sam Enterprises; star of CNBC’s television show “The Profit” and “The Partner”

Jack Ma in Conversation with Charlie Rose

Jack Ma’s personal story sounds like the American dream. Born to modest means, Ma struggled academically, was rejected numerous times when he applied for jobs out of college, and was called “crazy” by more than one person. But he had a vision that the internet could be a game-changer for small businesses and his focus on supporting them has never wavered. Hear Jack’s entrepreneurship story first hand and why he thinks the future is bright for the world’s small businesses.

Jack Ma, Founder and Executive Chairman, Alibaba Group

Moderator: Charlie Rose, Executive Editor and Anchor, “Charlie Rose,” PBS; Co-Anchor, “CBS This Morning”

6:30 – 8:00 P.M.

Welcome Reception

June 21

7:00 – 8:00 A.M.

Breakfast

Riverview Atrium

7:00 A.M. – 6:00 P.M.

Registration

Level 200, Hall C Concourse

8:30 – 10:30 A.M.

Keynote

Customer Spotlight: Stadium Goods – “Stepping” into China

Learn how Stadium Goods, a small NYC-based sneaker resale shop, is growing thanks to a direct connection to China’s sneakerheads.

John McPheters, Co-Founder and CEO, Stadium Goods

David Abney, CEO, UPS - Growing Global: Lessons Lived and Learned

David Abney began his career as a part-time package loader while in college. Today, he serves as CEO and Chairman of UPS and works to connect a global community in the face of ever-advancing technology, globalization and e-commerce. Hear what lessons he has to share as macro-economic forces continue to transform the state of business around the world.

David Abney, CEO, UPS

Customer Spotlight: 100% Pure – Finding Pure Partners around the Globe

Founded in a Napa, California farmhouse in 2005, 100% Pure provides a natural line of personal care items made only with the highest quality ingredients. They got their start by sourcing products from around the world through Alibaba.com and will soon open an online storefront on Tmall for China’s consumers.

Ric Kostick, Co-Founder and CEO, 100% Pure

Fireside Chat with Martha Stewart: Exporting the Martha Stewart Lifestyle

For more than 25 years, Martha Stewart has been America’s most trusted lifestyle expert and guide. Now, as China’s growing middle class looks to spend on high-quality lifestyle goods and products, and with Martha’s vast amount of content and products, she is beginning to influence the world’s second largest economy and helping to inspire a brand-new group of global consumers.

Martha Stewart, Founder of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Chief Creative Officer, Sequential Brands Group

Customer Spotlight: Gerber – How an iconic American baby food brand gained the trust of parents worldwide

Gerber has been a trusted name in baby products for over 90 years in the U.S., and new parents in China are searching online for high-quality imported products from around the world. Learn how Gerber is extending the trust it has built in the U.S. to China, and how it is staying relevant for future generations of Chinese mothers and babies.

Bill Partyka, President and CEO, Gerber

Jack Ma Keynote

Jack Ma will discuss why now is the time for U.S. small businesses to tap into the opportunity China’s connected and growing middle-class presents.

Jack Ma, Executive Chairman, Alibaba Group

10:30 – 11:00 A.M.

Coffee Break

11:00 A.M. – 12:15 P.M.

Consumer and Industry Trends in China

Breakout 1

Fashion and Apparel

Learn about what's driving the world’s fastest growing fashion market. Alibaba and industry experts will share data and insights on China’s fashion and apparel industry. This session is relevant for any business looking to reach the Chinese fashion consumer.

Presenter: Amee Chande, Managing Director, Global Strategy and Operations, Alibaba Group

Panel: Industry trends

• Roth Lai, Deputy Editorial Director, ELLE China
• Leslie Tse, GM, International Business Development, Baozun E-Commerce
• Deborah Weinswig, Managing Director, Fung Global Retail & Technology
• Jessica Liu (Erding), General Manager, Tmall Apparel, Alibaba Group

Breakout 2

Everyday Goods (Export)

Alibaba and industry experts will share data and insights on consumer preferences, industry trends and opportunities for American products in China. This session is relevant for any business interested in exporting non-perishable goods (beauty, health, baby, packaged food and drink, electronics, home, etc.) to China.

Presenters: Jet Jing, Vice President, Alibaba Group and Guru Gowrappan, Global Managing Director, Alibaba Group

Panel: Industry trends

• Jet Jing, Vice President, Alibaba Group
• Stephen Chu, COO, Kongming
• Frank Lavin, CEO and Founder, Export Now
• Hunter Williams, Partner, Oliver Wyman

Breakout 3

Fresh Food (Export)

Learn about the opportunity for U.S. fresh food producers to export to China using e-commerce. This session will include a data-driven overview of China’s imported fresh food market and practical information on the rapidly changing regulatory landscape governing U.S.-China agricultural trade. This session is for all businesses interested in exporting fresh food to China.

Industry Overview: Jeff Walters, Partner and Managing Director, The Boston Consulting Group

Online Fresh Market: Roland Palmer, Managing Director, Alibaba Group Netherlands

Panel: Current developments in U.S.-China Agriculture exports
Moderated by: Eric Pelletier, Vice President, Head of International Government Relations, Alibaba Group

• Jae Chun, Vice President and General Manager, Driscoll's China
• Keith Schneller, Principal Consultant, eBridge LLC
• Darci Vetter, Former Chief Agricultural Negotiator, U.S. Trade Representative

Breakout 4

Finding a Quality Supplier (Sourcing)

This session explores the vibrant landscape of cross-border B2B trade to include an overview of patterns and volume of trade as well as trends in the global supplier landscape. A panel of industry experts will discuss how they are using cross-border sourcing to turn their ideas into reality. This session is for any business interested in B2B trade, and its potential to enable entrepreneurism.

Global Sourcing Trends and Forecasts: Thomas Travis, Managing Partner, Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A.

Cross-border sourcing from Alibaba’s perspective: Brian Wong, Vice President, Global Initiatives, Alibaba Group

Panel: Product innovation from idea to reality

• John Caplan, Founder and CEO, OpenSky
• John Vaskis, Head of Hardware, Technology, and Design Outreach, Indiegogo
• Steve Koenig, Senior Director of Market Research, Consumer Technology Association

12:15 – 12:45 P.M.

Lunch Break

12:45 – 2:45 P.M.

Find the Right Business Solution for You

Breakout 1

Already have some brand awareness in China? Learn how to sell to China. (Tmall/Tmall Global)

This session is for businesses that already have (or are investing in), brand awareness in China and will address both wholesale and retail solutions to access the Chinese consumer, as well as options for businesses with and without operations in China. Hear from U.S. businesses on their experience entering the China market. This session is suitable for all categories except fresh food.

Presenter: Amee Chande, Managing Director, Global Strategy and Operations, Alibaba Group

Merchant testimonial: Sam Wolf, Founder & Chief Wellness Spreader at LuckyVitamin

Panel: Enabling services and functions
• Alvin Liu, General Manager, Tmall Global
• James Zhao, Director, Import Logistics, Cainiao Network
• Dan Dougherty, Senior Director, Global IP, Alibaba Group
• Tanner Tan, Partner, Magic Panda
• Michael A. Zakkour, Vice President China/APAC & Global E-Commerce Practices, Tompkins International

Breakout 2

Looking to establish your brand in China? Find a wholesale distributor for your products (Taobao Global)

This session is ideal for businesses with lower brand awareness in China and looking for a simpler, lower-risk approach to export to China. Learn about Alibaba's wholesale solution, including how to find wholesalers and what they are looking for. Hear from an American entrepreneur and her wholesaler about her experience accessing the China market. This session is suitable for all categories except fresh food.

Presenter & Moderator Pier Smulders, Director of Business Development, Alibaba Group New Zealand

Merchant/Agent Testimonial:
• Veronica Pedersen, CEO, Timeless Skin Care
• Jianguo Zhong, Timeless Skin Care’s Taobao Global agent

Panel: Enabling services and functions
• Anna Lee, Business Development Manager, Taobao Global
• Matthew Bassiur, VP, Head of Global IP Enforcement, Alibaba Group
• Gloria Tao, Brand Development Director, Yifei Brand Management Corp
• Liyia Wu, Founder and CEO, Shopshops

Sponsor Presentation: How UPS services can help small businesses export to China
• William J. Seward, President U.S. International, UPS Corporate

Breakout 3

Fresh Food Exports: How to go from an American farm to a Chinese table

This session is ideal for producers, wholesalers and associations interested in exporting fresh food to China. Learn about Alibaba's wholesale solutions and hear from one of China’s largest and most established fresh food wholesalers. An American farmer and his industry association will explain how they are building a brand and selling to China’s online consumers. This session is for all businesses interested in exporting fresh food to China.

Presenter & Moderator: John O’Loghlen, Director, Business Development, Australia and New Zealand, Alibaba Group

Panelists:
• Nicolas Chen, Supply Chain Operation Specialist, Tmall Fresh, Alibaba Group
• Ren Chen, Director of Strategic Sourcing and Key Accounts, Yiguo E-Commerce Co. Ltd
• Jack Connelly, Purchaser, Tmall Fresh, Alibaba Group

Merchants:
• Keith Hu, Director of International Operations, Northwest Cherry Growers
• Rebecca Lyons, International Marketing Director, Washington Apple Commission

Breakout 4

Participating in cross-border B2B trade? Alibaba.com is for you

Learn about new developments and overall direction for Alibaba.com, Alibaba’s oldest and most established B2B trade platform. We’ll provide an overview of new features and you will hear directly from some of the buyers and sellers from both U.S. and China, who have used the platform to grow their business.  This session is relevant for businesses of all sizes using Alibaba.com to import or export. It assumes a working knowledge of the Alibaba.com platform. Those new to the platform may consider attending the 2nd session.

Presenter: Brian Wong, Vice President of Global Initiatives, Alibaba Group

Moderator: Sunny Chhabra, Online Marketing Manager, Alibaba.com

Customer Stories Panel:
• Chelsea Abingdon Welch, CEO, The Abingdon Co.
• AJ Forsythe, Co-Founder & CEO, iCracked
• Joe Revell, Founder & CEO, Garcon Wine

Buying from suppliers’ perspective panel:
• Eddy Yang, Founder and CEO, Guangzhou Bomeirui Stationery Ltd.
• Rain So, Founder and CEO, Rainso (GZ) Health Care Product Ltd.

Sponsor Presentation: Growing your business with omnichannel sourcing and selling
• Niko Downie, Head of Business Development & Product Partnerships, Shopify

2:45 – 3:15 P.M.

Coffee Break

3:15 – 5:15 P.M.

Find the Right Business Solution for You

Breakout 1

Already have some brand awareness in China? Learn how to sell to China. (Tmall/Tmall Global)

Note: This is a repeat of the earlier session of the same name.

Presenter: Amee Chande, Managing Director, Global Strategy and Operations, Alibaba Group
Merchant testimonial: Jon Azrielant, Director of Marketing, Jewelry.com

Panel: Enabling services and functions
• Alvin Liu, General Manager, Tmall Global
• James Zhao, Director of Import Logistics, Cainiao Network
• Dan Dougherty, Senior Director, Global IP, Alibaba Group
• Tanner Tan, Partner, Magic Panda
• Michael A. Zakkour, Vice President China/APAC & Global E-Commerce Practices, Tompkins International

Breakout 2

Looking to establish your brand in China? Find a wholesale distributor for your products (Taobao Global)

Note: This is a repeat of the earlier session of the same name.

Presenter: Pier Smulders, Director, Business Development, Alibaba Group New Zealand

Merchant/Agent Testimonial:
• Veronica Pedersen, CEO, Timeless Skin Care
• Jianguo Zhong, Timeless Skin Care’s Taobao Global agent

Panel: Enabling services and functions
• Anna Lee, Business Development Manager, Taobao Global
• Matthew Bassiur, VP, Head of Global IP Enforcement, Alibaba Group
• Gloria Tao, Brand Development Director, Yifei Brand Management Corp
• Liyia Wu, Founder and CEO, Shopshops

Sponsor Presentation: Bringing Chinese consumers to your US business
• Marc Gardner, Founder, President, and CEO, North American Bancard Holdings, LLC

Breakout 3

Alibaba.com 101. Learn how cross-border B2B trade can work for you.

Learn the basics of business-to-business trade using Alibaba’s oldest and most established trade platform. We’ll provide an overview of how the platform works and what features exist for both buyers and sellers in the U.S. Hear directly from buyers and sellers from both the U.S. and China who have used the platform to grow their business. This session is relevant for businesses of all sizes interested in B2B importing and exporting. No prior experience is required.

Presenter: Sunny Chhabra, Online Marketing Manager, Alibaba.com

Panel: Customer Success Stories
• Chelsea Abingdon Welch, CEO, The Abingdon Co.
• AJ Forsythe, Co-Founder & CEO, iCracked
• Joe Revell, Founder & CEO, Garcon Wine

Panel: Buying from suppliers’ perspective
• Eddy Yang, Founder and CEO, Guangzhou Bomeirui Stationery Ltd.
• Rain So, Founder and CEO, Rainso (GZ) Health Care Product Ltd.

Sponsor Presentation: Rise of the RMB to become a global currency and what you should consider for your business
• Debra Lodge, Managing Director, Global Markets China Solutions Americas, HSBC

5:15 – 6:00 P.M.

Networking Reception

Enjoy drinks and appetizers before departing the event.


Welcome and Opening Remarks

Fireside Chat with Dan Gilbert: Delivering on the Vision

Most people know Dan Gilbert as the Founder and Chairman of Quicken Loans Inc., the nation’s second largest mortgage lender. Or as the majority owner of the 2016 NBA Champion Cleveland Cavaliers. But here in Detroit, Dan is known for his commitment to reinventing and revitalizing the city. In 2010 Dan moved 3,600 Michigan-based team members into Detroit’s urban core. Since then Dan’s companies have created 17,000 new jobs here in downtown Detroit, and employ more than 30,000 jobs nationwide. Dan will share insights on how to achieve the goals you set for your business.

Marcus Lemonis: How to turn your business into a thriving enterprise

Marcus Lemonis is an entrepreneur, investor, and executive advising struggling businesses in CNBC’s primetime reality series “The Profit”. He will share lessons for fellow entrepreneurs on how to continue growing and expanding their businesses.

Marcus Lemonis, Chairman and CEO of Camping World and Good Sam Enterprises; star of CNBC’s television show “The Profit” and “The Partner”

Jack Ma in Conversation with Charlie Rose

Jack Ma’s personal story sounds like the American dream. Born to modest means, Ma struggled academically, was rejected numerous times when he applied for jobs out of college, and was called “crazy” by more than one person. But he had a vision that the internet could be a game-changer for small businesses and his focus on supporting them has never wavered. Hear Jack’s entrepreneurship story first hand and why he thinks the future is bright for the world’s small businesses.

Jack Ma, Founder and Executive Chairman, Alibaba Group

Moderator: Charlie Rose, Executive Editor and Anchor, “Charlie Rose,” PBS; Co-Anchor, “CBS This Morning”

6:30 – 8:00 P.M.

Welcome Reception

June 21

7:00 – 8:00 A.M.

Breakfast

Riverview Atrium

7:00 A.M. – 6:00 P.M.

Registration

Level 200, Hall C Concourse

8:30 – 10:30 A.M.

Keynote

Customer Spotlight: Stadium Goods – “Stepping” into China

Learn how Stadium Goods, a small NYC-based sneaker resale shop, is growing thanks to a direct connection to China’s sneakerheads.

John McPheters, Co-Founder and CEO, Stadium Goods

David Abney, CEO, UPS - Growing Global: Lessons Lived and Learned

David Abney began his career as a part-time package loader while in college. Today, he serves as CEO and Chairman of UPS and works to connect a global community in the face of ever-advancing technology, globalization and e-commerce. Hear what lessons he has to share as macro-economic forces continue to transform the state of business around the world.

David Abney, CEO, UPS

Customer Spotlight: 100% Pure – Finding Pure Partners around the Globe

Founded in a Napa, California farmhouse in 2005, 100% Pure provides a natural line of personal care items made only with the highest quality ingredients. They got their start by sourcing products from around the world through Alibaba.com and will soon open an online storefront on Tmall for China’s consumers.

Ric Kostick, Co-Founder and CEO, 100% Pure

Fireside Chat with Martha Stewart: Exporting the Martha Stewart Lifestyle

For more than 25 years, Martha Stewart has been America’s most trusted lifestyle expert and guide. Now, as China’s growing middle class looks to spend on high-quality lifestyle goods and products, and with Martha’s vast amount of content and products, she is beginning to influence the world’s second largest economy and helping to inspire a brand-new group of global consumers.

Martha Stewart, Founder of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Chief Creative Officer, Sequential Brands Group

Customer Spotlight: Gerber – How an iconic American baby food brand gained the trust of parents worldwide

Gerber has been a trusted name in baby products for over 90 years in the U.S., and new parents in China are searching online for high-quality imported products from around the world. Learn how Gerber is extending the trust it has built in the U.S. to China, and how it is staying relevant for future generations of Chinese mothers and babies.

Bill Partyka, President and CEO, Gerber

Jack Ma Keynote

Jack Ma will discuss why now is the time for U.S. small businesses to tap into the opportunity China’s connected and growing middle-class presents.

Jack Ma, Executive Chairman, Alibaba Group

10:30 – 11:00 A.M.

Coffee Break

11:00 A.M. – 12:15 P.M.

Consumer and Industry Trends in China

Breakout 1

Fashion and Apparel

Learn about what's driving the world’s fastest growing fashion market. Alibaba and industry experts will share data and insights on China’s fashion and apparel industry. This session is relevant for any business looking to reach the Chinese fashion consumer.

Presenter: Amee Chande, Managing Director, Global Strategy and Operations, Alibaba Group

Panel: Industry trends

• Roth Lai, Deputy Editorial Director, ELLE China
• Leslie Tse, GM, International Business Development, Baozun E-Commerce
• Deborah Weinswig, Managing Director, Fung Global Retail & Technology
• Jessica Liu (Erding), General Manager, Tmall Apparel, Alibaba Group

Breakout 2

Everyday Goods (Export)

Alibaba and industry experts will share data and insights on consumer preferences, industry trends and opportunities for American products in China. This session is relevant for any business interested in exporting non-perishable goods (beauty, health, baby, packaged food and drink, electronics, home, etc.) to China.

Presenters: Jet Jing, Vice President, Alibaba Group and Guru Gowrappan, Global Managing Director, Alibaba Group

Panel: Industry trends

• Jet Jing, Vice President, Alibaba Group
• Stephen Chu, COO, Kongming
• Frank Lavin, CEO and Founder, Export Now
• Hunter Williams, Partner, Oliver Wyman

Breakout 3

Fresh Food (Export)

Learn about the opportunity for U.S. fresh food producers to export to China using e-commerce. This session will include a data-driven overview of China’s imported fresh food market and practical information on the rapidly changing regulatory landscape governing U.S.-China agricultural trade. This session is for all businesses interested in exporting fresh food to China.

Industry Overview: Jeff Walters, Partner and Managing Director, The Boston Consulting Group

Online Fresh Market: Roland Palmer, Managing Director, Alibaba Group Netherlands

Panel: Current developments in U.S.-China Agriculture exports
Moderated by: Eric Pelletier, Vice President, Head of International Government Relations, Alibaba Group

• Jae Chun, Vice President and General Manager, Driscoll's China
• Keith Schneller, Principal Consultant, eBridge LLC
• Darci Vetter, Former Chief Agricultural Negotiator, U.S. Trade Representative

Breakout 4

Finding a Quality Supplier (Sourcing)

This session explores the vibrant landscape of cross-border B2B trade to include an overview of patterns and volume of trade as well as trends in the global supplier landscape. A panel of industry experts will discuss how they are using cross-border sourcing to turn their ideas into reality. This session is for any business interested in B2B trade, and its potential to enable entrepreneurism.

Global Sourcing Trends and Forecasts: Thomas Travis, Managing Partner, Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A.

Cross-border sourcing from Alibaba’s perspective: Brian Wong, Vice President, Global Initiatives, Alibaba Group

Panel: Product innovation from idea to reality

• John Caplan, Founder and CEO, OpenSky
• John Vaskis, Head of Hardware, Technology, and Design Outreach, Indiegogo
• Steve Koenig, Senior Director of Market Research, Consumer Technology Association

12:15 – 12:45 P.M.

Lunch Break

12:45 – 2:45 P.M.

Find the Right Business Solution for You

Breakout 1

Already have some brand awareness in China? Learn how to sell to China. (Tmall/Tmall Global)

This session is for businesses that already have (or are investing in), brand awareness in China and will address both wholesale and retail solutions to access the Chinese consumer, as well as options for businesses with and without operations in China. Hear from U.S. businesses on their experience entering the China market. This session is suitable for all categories except fresh food.

Presenter: Amee Chande, Managing Director, Global Strategy and Operations, Alibaba Group

Merchant testimonial: Sam Wolf, Founder & Chief Wellness Spreader at LuckyVitamin

Panel: Enabling services and functions
• Alvin Liu, General Manager, Tmall Global
• James Zhao, Director, Import Logistics, Cainiao Network
• Dan Dougherty, Senior Director, Global IP, Alibaba Group
• Tanner Tan, Partner, Magic Panda
• Michael A. Zakkour, Vice President China/APAC & Global E-Commerce Practices, Tompkins International

Breakout 2

Looking to establish your brand in China? Find a wholesale distributor for your products (Taobao Global)

This session is ideal for businesses with lower brand awareness in China and looking for a simpler, lower-risk approach to export to China. Learn about Alibaba's wholesale solution, including how to find wholesalers and what they are looking for. Hear from an American entrepreneur and her wholesaler about her experience accessing the China market. This session is suitable for all categories except fresh food.

Presenter & Moderator Pier Smulders, Director of Business Development, Alibaba Group New Zealand

Merchant/Agent Testimonial:
• Veronica Pedersen, CEO, Timeless Skin Care
• Jianguo Zhong, Timeless Skin Care’s Taobao Global agent

Panel: Enabling services and functions
• Anna Lee, Business Development Manager, Taobao Global
• Matthew Bassiur, VP, Head of Global IP Enforcement, Alibaba Group
• Gloria Tao, Brand Development Director, Yifei Brand Management Corp
• Liyia Wu, Founder and CEO, Shopshops

Sponsor Presentation: How UPS services can help small businesses export to China
• William J. Seward, President U.S. International, UPS Corporate

Breakout 3

Fresh Food Exports: How to go from an American farm to a Chinese table

This session is ideal for producers, wholesalers and associations interested in exporting fresh food to China. Learn about Alibaba's wholesale solutions and hear from one of China’s largest and most established fresh food wholesalers. An American farmer and his industry association will explain how they are building a brand and selling to China’s online consumers. This session is for all businesses interested in exporting fresh food to China.

Presenter & Moderator: John O’Loghlen, Director, Business Development, Australia and New Zealand, Alibaba Group

Panelists:
• Nicolas Chen, Supply Chain Operation Specialist, Tmall Fresh, Alibaba Group
• Ren Chen, Director of Strategic Sourcing and Key Accounts, Yiguo E-Commerce Co. Ltd
• Jack Connelly, Purchaser, Tmall Fresh, Alibaba Group

Merchants:
• Keith Hu, Director of International Operations, Northwest Cherry Growers
• Rebecca Lyons, International Marketing Director, Washington Apple Commission

Breakout 4

Participating in cross-border B2B trade? Alibaba.com is for you

Learn about new developments and overall direction for Alibaba.com, Alibaba’s oldest and most established B2B trade platform. We’ll provide an overview of new features and you will hear directly from some of the buyers and sellers from both U.S. and China, who have used the platform to grow their business.  This session is relevant for businesses of all sizes using Alibaba.com to import or export. It assumes a working knowledge of the Alibaba.com platform. Those new to the platform may consider attending the 2nd session.

Presenter: Brian Wong, Vice President of Global Initiatives, Alibaba Group

Moderator: Sunny Chhabra, Online Marketing Manager, Alibaba.com

Customer Stories Panel:
• Chelsea Abingdon Welch, CEO, The Abingdon Co.
• AJ Forsythe, Co-Founder & CEO, iCracked
• Joe Revell, Founder & CEO, Garcon Wine

Buying from suppliers’ perspective panel:
• Eddy Yang, Founder and CEO, Guangzhou Bomeirui Stationery Ltd.
• Rain So, Founder and CEO, Rainso (GZ) Health Care Product Ltd.

Sponsor Presentation: Growing your business with omnichannel sourcing and selling
• Niko Downie, Head of Business Development & Product Partnerships, Shopify

2:45 – 3:15 P.M.

Coffee Break

3:15 – 5:15 P.M.

Find the Right Business Solution for You

Breakout 1

Already have some brand awareness in China? Learn how to sell to China. (Tmall/Tmall Global)

Note: This is a repeat of the earlier session of the same name.

Presenter: Amee Chande, Managing Director, Global Strategy and Operations, Alibaba Group
Merchant testimonial: Jon Azrielant, Director of Marketing, Jewelry.com

Panel: Enabling services and functions
• Alvin Liu, General Manager, Tmall Global
• James Zhao, Director of Import Logistics, Cainiao Network
• Dan Dougherty, Senior Director, Global IP, Alibaba Group
• Tanner Tan, Partner, Magic Panda
• Michael A. Zakkour, Vice President China/APAC & Global E-Commerce Practices, Tompkins International

Breakout 2

Looking to establish your brand in China? Find a wholesale distributor for your products (Taobao Global)

Note: This is a repeat of the earlier session of the same name.

Presenter: Pier Smulders, Director, Business Development, Alibaba Group New Zealand

Merchant/Agent Testimonial:
• Veronica Pedersen, CEO, Timeless Skin Care
• Jianguo Zhong, Timeless Skin Care’s Taobao Global agent

Panel: Enabling services and functions
• Anna Lee, Business Development Manager, Taobao Global
• Matthew Bassiur, VP, Head of Global IP Enforcement, Alibaba Group
• Gloria Tao, Brand Development Director, Yifei Brand Management Corp
• Liyia Wu, Founder and CEO, Shopshops

Sponsor Presentation: Bringing Chinese consumers to your US business
• Marc Gardner, Founder, President, and CEO, North American Bancard Holdings, LLC

Breakout 3

Alibaba.com 101. Learn how cross-border B2B trade can work for you.

Learn the basics of business-to-business trade using Alibaba’s oldest and most established trade platform. We’ll provide an overview of how the platform works and what features exist for both buyers and sellers in the U.S. Hear directly from buyers and sellers from both the U.S. and China who have used the platform to grow their business. This session is relevant for businesses of all sizes interested in B2B importing and exporting. No prior experience is required.

Presenter: Sunny Chhabra, Online Marketing Manager, Alibaba.com

Panel: Customer Success Stories
• Chelsea Abingdon Welch, CEO, The Abingdon Co.
• AJ Forsythe, Co-Founder & CEO, iCracked
• Joe Revell, Founder & CEO, Garcon Wine

Panel: Buying from suppliers’ perspective
• Eddy Yang, Founder and CEO, Guangzhou Bomeirui Stationery Ltd.
• Rain So, Founder and CEO, Rainso (GZ) Health Care Product Ltd.

Sponsor Presentation: Rise of the RMB to become a global currency and what you should consider for your business
• Debra Lodge, Managing Director, Global Markets China Solutions Americas, HSBC

5:15 – 6:00 P.M.

Networking Reception

Enjoy drinks and appetizers before departing the event.

 

text fav job creating news of ali baba's young world to washington dc 240 316 8157 chris.mactae@yahoo.co.uk   
 
Jan 2017 Ma pledges 1 million us jobs to Trump
 
December 2016 
Kissinger briefs NY University Club and C100  his fortnight of dialogues with Jinping and Trump on Uniting sustainability nations 
Sept 2016 China G20
 
AliSports- Alibaba wants to help bring Rugby to China 

Aliresearch-Alibabawww.aliresearch.com

3 of Jack Ma's 5 News - from Alibaba Computing Conference Oct 2016

New Finance -- The birth of New Finance will accelerate the transformation of the entire society, Ma continued. The New Finance in the future will focus on supporting 80% of the enterprises which comprises small and medium businesses and personalized enterprises. "Internet finance will leverage data to create a true credit system. This will in turn bring about popular finance, which enables everyone to have sufficient money."

New Technology -- YunOS-powered HP notebook with Intel's YoC cloud chipsetThe existing mobile internet will soon give birth to New Technology, said Ma. This will see the replacement of old PC chipsets with mobile chipsets, the replacement of old operating systems with mobile OS, and the replacement of machines with the use of artificial intelligence.

At the Conference, Alibaba YunOS' president Chunhui Zhang announced to have partnered with Intel and HP to launch a laptop computer (pictured, right) that is purpose-built for deliver cloud-based e-learning content. Installed with YoC, a chipset that is jointly developed YunOS and Intel, this HP notebook will run on Alibaba's YunOS, which serves to integrate hardware, software and service.

New Resources -- Finally, New Resources will see future technology developments reliant on data instead of petroleum and coal. "Jian Wang said data is the first resources that humans created themselves. Old resources are like worn clothes that are no longer worthy if you wear them again. With data, however, the more you use them, the more valuable they become." 

 

Hupan University was started in Hangzhou by Jack Ma with other leading entrepreneurs

 http://english.cri.cn/12394/2015/03/25/4021s871579.htm since launching this university, Jack has become chair of China Entrepreneur Club, hosted the first 1000 person philanthropy summit at ali baba campus, Hangzhou hosted China's G20 andSME collaboration  the EWTP Electronic World Trade Platform for small enterprises. He has been appointed as China's commissioner of education linking 30 leaders views at www.educationcommission.org and the UN's special adviser on Youth Entrepreneurship

 

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Probono example of al baba big data analysis - Reunion System -China's Amber Alert System --Three Alibaba units or companies in which it has a stake—Sina Weibo, AutoNavi and Ding Talk—were launch partners for the new alert platform. Ding Talk, Alibaba’s enterprise-focused messaging platform, is at the core of the Reunion system, 

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Celebrating Small Enterprises - Jack's G20 invitation (EWTp) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AliBaba University is a partnership invitation Jack Ma has been issuing to various countries eg New Zealand who wish to see at least one of their Universities offering the same focus of coding and big data training on blockchain etc as offered by Ali Baba's corporate university 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

www.aliresearch.com is an authorised research and student portal webbed out of Beijing's leadership world of Tsinghua University. Its coordinator Ying Lowrey also authors systems books for understanding Jack Ma's innovations (on sustainability of small enterprises, villagers and for youth) around the world  Gao Hongbing is the President of AliResearch, Director of Policy Institute, and founder of Information Society 50 Forum (IS50) and WeFinance 50 Forum.

Relying on the largest and most dynamic Alibaba online business eco-system in the world, following the internet spirit of being open, co-sharing and transparent, and based on the forward-looking ideas and insights, strong data drive and rich accumulation of cases, AliResearch is committed to becoming the think tank and intellectual platform of the new economic and new governance field. In the future, AliResearch will co-create, co-build and share the future-oriented new ideas, new insights and new rules together with the researchers and intellectual bodies from all fields.

in era of trump - us friends of jack ma's vision desperately need to know if this mit approach is in line with the way he would democratise future of higher education certificates  
MIT Media Lab Rolls Out Blockcerts —  Open Infrastructure for Academic Credentials on the Blockchain MIT Media Lab has released a  decentralized credentialing system for academic, professional, and workforce credentialing called Blockchain Certificates (Blockcerts) — an open standard for digital academic certificates on the Bitcoin Blockchain.The Bitcoin Blockchain acts as the provider of trust, and credentials are tamper-resistant and verifiable.There are four Blockcerts components: 

Issuer — Universities create digital academic certificates that can contain a wide range of assertions about an individual’s skills, achievements, or characteristics, and register it on the bitcoin Blockchain.Certificate — Certificates are open badges compliant, which is important, because there is an entire community of open badges issuers that we want to support, and because open badges is becoming an IMS standard.Verifier — Anyone can, without having to rely on the issuer, verify that (1) a certificate has not been tampered with, that (2) it was issued by a particular institution, and (3) issued to a specific user.Wallet — Individuals can safely store their certificates, and share them with others, for example, an employer. The iOS wallet is available already, and we are looking for partners to develop an Android version.

They stress the importance of Open Source in a Medium post:

At its core, Blockcerts is open. The software is open source and anyone is welcome to join the developer community. Only an open standard allows individuals to remain fully in control of their own academic history. That is important, because academic certificates are markers of our lives. They can be tickets to a better job or education, and we can use them to tell a story about who we are and how we have become that person. And being open enables us to bootstrap a new ecosystem for digital academic credentials, by allowing other collaborators to take co-ownership. Through collaborating around an open standard, we can help to insure an interoperable credentialing ecosystem. The Bitcoin Blockchain is still a relatively new technology and its complexity and immutability make it important to carefully consider the long-term effects that small design decisions can have. Letting others review and contribute will make Blockcerts more robust and reliable.

Blockcerts started as a research project at the MIT Media Lab, led by Philipp Schmidt and Juliana Nazare (with help from many others, including Guy Zyskind and Jeremy Rubin), and they collaborated with Learning Machine, an education technology company. Kim Hamilton was the technology lead and release manager for the core software and standard, and Chris Downie developed the iOS wallet reference implementation. Chris Jagers and Dan Hughes, were instrumental in thinking through the broader implications of an open standard for academic certification...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................

HAPPY 2017... www.smbaworld.com IN our survey of top 9 missing jobs curricula i believe this report below by fast company adds further support for our reasoning for featuring 2 in tip 9

maths should be redesigned at every age to have entries into coding
blockchain needs a grade 50 curriculum so that even if the biggesthe social/sustainability fund deciiion makers dont understand hoiw to code bloickchain their top practice and sustainability reporting team does

thanks to the recent kissinger briefing : to start 2017 I think i know enough chinese americans and chinese to keep on accelerating connections between people who want to fix this curriculum-I also understand who in intel is cataloguing what truly open source curricula content exist; when you attend any beijoing summits this is a number 1 question of all pro-youth media - the fact that the usa is the exact opposite is a national disgrace  (I also know who's really who in kenya on coding revolutions being massively hubbed through youth) - does anyone know how to navigate other countries or hubs in this regard? i wil also try and make this an issue in reconnecting with branson movements related to this - and i dont see why my discussions with british council, british aid and girls networks like BRAC about how under-represented english language teaching is cant connect with lets connect suopercoders too; 

 can always do with your advise on how to accelrate, scale and make these connections locally inclusive
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  • Fast Company has revealed a list of the top universities worldwide in the production of coders, with results produced by teams of more than 5,000 coders competing in a competition for individual and scoring rankings. 
  • The Russian Federation College finished with the world's top score, followed by institutions from China and Vietnam. The University of California - Berkeley placed fourth as the top team from the U.S., and one of just three teams in the top 25 — and 8 in the world's top 50 — institutions. 
  • India placed 22 universities in the top 25, and students from China indicated that coding instruction can begin as early as elementary school, a precursor for high performance in college. 

Dive Insight:

While the United States may boast the strongest number of the world's students traveling abroad for higher education, it is clear that in at least one industry many nations and institutions are outpacing some of the biggest and most well-known schools in the nation. The question is if that is a function of the education U.S. students are receiving in college, or a lack of exposure to coding training in primary and secondary schools? 

This is the kind of data that college leaders should use to present to lawmakers and federal officials to spur the kind of funding emphasis for higher education and K-12 that can make the nation more competitive with other developing and established countries. It is not just a matter of who is the best at writing code, but which nation becomes more prone to hacking of critical tech infrastructure and other critical networks which help power transportation, military, education and security in the U.S.

 

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.Zhejiang Zhipu Foundation- sponsor of WISE@ Beijing 2016Founded by the six founding members of Alibaba Group, Zhejiang Zhipu Foundation supports rural education and promotes healthy and sustainable relationship between human and the society, as well as between human and the natureadditionally ali baba donates 0.3% of its revenue to sustainability projects- for example sustainig a nature reseave whilst turning it into a lab for world class educational research partnerships. 

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please help us map missing curricula most valuing under 30s livelihoods

Celebrating Hangzhou's and G20 Greatest Job Co-creation announcement : ethiopia/kenya what new geography and language lessons do students need as their countries become pivotal hubs the one belt one road 40 country world trade route connecting china and africa- an infrastructure expected to add 25% to world trade and which is the biggest opportunity for Africa we have ever heard of  

-coming soon a vaguely right audit of china investments in ethiopia and kenya contrasted with average investments across the continent- please mail chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk if you have any sources that can help www.economistafrica.com validate this sustainability investment anlysis especialy if it could be integrated into a blockchain for the whole 21st C silk road (750 years after hangzou was mapped by marco polo as the geatest hub of trade during the first quarter of millennium 2 

search of year 2016 of QuarterBillionGirls- which are all the missing last mile ehalth curricula- ask for pilot chiense newsltetter to bangladesh's greatest educator of helath -sir fazle abed- helpus assemble bookmarks such as 

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I investigate the creation, development, contributions and limits of Project Hope, a huge government-endorsed education project seeking non-governmental ... 

www.economistchina.neti ndexes headings of china's 10 yera survey of future of schools -nb this was conducted just before smartphone movements such as thise to be studied at XiaomiUni.com emerged

 how can we help youth in the 5 countries whose national leaders apear to be mosb likely to exclude them from the eWTP even as the majority of G20 coutries race to unite a locally and globally free platform for sme world tradewhich jobenomics microfranchise solutions could be shared wherever intel's world possible is being used to locally scout out microfranchise jobs to develop youth and sustainable community is don tapscot righ that the curriculum of blockchain is second onlt to the curriculum of the apearance of the internyt- given that the west's evolution of the West Coast version internet did not value job creation the way china's East Coast use of the internet did- how do we help youth and teachers everywhere prevent that mistake from understranding what world possible blockchain will bring to colaborauon in sustainability goals and SME livelihods (big data analysed so value chains include the hardest working however small their enetrprise, however underesourced their pre-digital  village) 

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which university partnerships are valuing youth 

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ALIbabaUNi BRAC EconomistUniversity& ...  AliresearchAlizila - NB Ali Baba offeres 2 market platforms- TMall hi-end profits, taobao village end job creation; Alilaunch, AliPay, AntFinancial DingTalk


,,About Our Worldwide Hub for Global Youth Journalism and Education

isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com writes- congratulations–you have found our worldwide open space for valuing youth with special contributions by QuarterBillionGirls (research by China’s under 30 women) and 40 years of alumni relationsihps around the first jouramlist of the net generation (Norman Macrae 25 December 1976 Entrepreneurial Revolution –E0 1 2 3 4 5.

Tracking Youth Empowerment’s breakthrough moments: eg 18 September 2016 Global Youth celebrate 30 leaders whose UN launched #learninggeneration -special thanks to Jack Ma and Gordon Brown. Global Youth demand the right to know the best value ways of learning sustainability’s 3 global and local collaboration languages: Chiense, English, and Coding Maths.,,,,

Notes on open space beyond classroom - needed for susdtainability and jobs creating entrepreneurs 

 
Thank you Baltimore for helping us launch open space across 40 cities on which 3 bilion jobs would you like to teach and learn- thank you jack ma for being tghe greatest learner and teacher ever , and a pretty cool busienssman to boot
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BALTIMORE At Union Baptist Church 6 years of interviewing historically black student community entrepreneurs initially with partners of Muhammad Yunus but increasingly thanks to the interactions of conscious capitalism youth from china and maryland and DR AL converged on the most exciting inner city real and cyberspace thanks to DR AL who attracts african americans best trainers in blockchain and fablab so that teens have something to do - and has been building a total schooling system for the community from 0 to2 to 5 to ... 

 Blockchain the future with : Jack Ma  Juxtopia Don Tapscott Milken -surprising : OSpace

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(kim havent checked down under is blockchain big there? its sustainability tech's last frontier if you have any latest anchors)

friends- below latest china-us friends exchange needs 


lot going on in the space chinese and american youth need to keep open through Jack Ma's loveQ of chinese english and coding languages while technologists blochchain badwill politicking out of this planet

 

 

CHINA-DC FUTURE DO NOWS

first i will see parveen's friend Tania in next 7 days while she's home in usa for thanksgiving - amy and yuxuan also met her when we first interviewed sir fazle family during his 80th birthday celebrations on how chinese students could help brac; back in 2010 Tania first introduced us to top of Brac and she and the head of brac bank attended the 69th birthday party of muhammad yunus that my family sponsored- apparently from yunus viewpoint this was the worst birthday present ever which was where i discovered it was sir fazle who had truly done much more that yunus to empower women to build 100 million person nation; by good fortune sir fazle kind remembrance of my father at a party at japan embassy in april 2012 coincided with sir fazle launching the good news that he had found the technologists who would build him a cashless bank www.bkash.com - remembering this is built round dumb mobile phones not smart ones - it is the greatest leapfrog that tech can do -now the coding wizards who built bkash reside at MIT and dubai- the question I am not smart enough to answer is if you are the world greatest at dumb mobile phones will you be great at blockchain smart leapfroging networks -what we needed to go interview china poverty association on

 

second amy and my friend chuck now has a million visitors to Jobenomics | A National Grassroots Small Business and Job Creation Movement -the american movement aiming to unite everyone who wants to redesign markets around small enterprises

he wants one of his leaflets translated into chinese since we who speak english need to develop friendships with chinese who believe in small enterprises with or without the help of usa new president (big politicians in usa like hilary were the last breed in the world capable of doing big data analyeis for small enterprise networking - the jury is still out as to whether trump top 10 advisers will included one small enterprise person -chances are zero unless its a startup technologist)


third blockchain remains the way every small enterprise revolution for humanity will be scaled -while i dont like to depend on him it may be that english speaking businessmen will have to go on a trade delegation to china led by branson- at least he is an uber networker of this -below is t agenda of his next summit which costs about 50000 dollars a person to attend-one reason why branson isnt really an end poverty entrepreneur except when mandela was around to inspire him


fourth i am still struggling to match the 5 different leaders of educational summits that i now have identified but need to check whether eg Intel will help me write a common recommendation to all 5 summits network coordinators of if not intel who


fifth african diasporas dont really understand what they have where they are the continents gateway to one belt one road but since that build a hemisphere of world trade independently of the americas its great;; but not the first game to get donald running unless russia china and america become overnight friends; back in 1983 when dad used to attend cocktail parties with george soros such a tripartite celebration with the coming fall of berlin wall (and just a bit of smart reporting on BBC) was how to launch half a century of peace but we have somehow overshot that due to the cultural fear americans have whenever the word communism is used- this explains why americans cant understand that community capitalism is now what jack ma united the world round 

 

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 does sir fazle abed staring with ten times poorer village mothers that jack has ever met


thanks chris washington dc usa=1 240 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ALIBABA CLOUD EXPANDS GLOBAL FOOTPRINT WITH FOUR NEW DATA CENTERS

In a major expansion of its global footprint, Alibaba Cloud, Alibaba Group’s cloud computing arm, plans to open four new data centers by the end of the year, including its first in Europe.

The new data centers—located in Japan, Germany, the Middle East and Australia—will bring Alibaba Cloud’s worldwide total to 14, including two in the U.S., helping the company compete for a larger share of the cloud computing market outside its home base of China.

With more than 2.3 million customers worldwide, including 651,000 paying clients, Alibaba Cloud is the largest cloud infrastructure services provider in China and ranks among the top five in the world in 2015, according to market research firm IDC.

The new data centers “will further expand Alibaba Cloud’s global ecosystem and footprint, allowing us to meet the increasing demand for secure and scalable cloud computing services from businesses and industries worldwide,” said Sicheng Yu, an Alibaba Group vice president and general manager of Alibaba Cloud Global, in a statement.

cloudWorldThe additional locations will provide customers with the potential for more responsive network communications. Meanwhile, Alibaba Cloud’s products, including data storage and analytics services, enterprise-level middleware and cloud security services, will be available in more markets, the company said.

When opening overseas data centers, Alibaba Cloud “tends to chose strong local partners wherever we go,” Yu told Alizila. Working with local companies helps reduce capital investment risk, he said. “We don’t know the market as well as the local partner does.”

For example, the data center in the Middle East—which is located in Dubai and started initial operations today—is a joint venture with Dubai-based holding company Meraas, while the Japanese data center is a joint venture with SoftBank.

To open its first data center in Europe, Alibaba Cloud partnered with telecommunications company Vodafone Germany. Co-located in Vodafone’s data facilities in Frankfurt, Germany, one of the leading technology hubs in Europe, the center is “well positioned to meet the increasing demand for sophisticated cloud computing services as the region seeks to accelerate the upgrade of its digital infrastructure,” according to Alibaba Cloud.

Alibaba Cloud has been growing its top line at triple-digit rates as demand for cloud-based computing infrastructure increases in China and worldwide. Revenues jumped 130 percent to RMB 1.49 billion ($224 million) in the quarter ended Sept. 30 compared with the same period in 2015.

Alibaba Cloud officials stressed that in addition to geographic expansion and expansion of products and services through strategic partnerships, the company company continues to invest in advanced technologies including artificial intelligence, deep learning and data analytics.

“Alibaba Cloud has contributed significantly to China’s technology advancement, establishing critical commerce infrastructure to enable cross border businesses, online marketplaces, payments, logistics, cloud computing and big data to work together seamlessly,” said Alibaba Cloud President Simon Hu in a statement.

During Alibaba Group’s recent 11.11 Global Shopping Festival, a giant 24-hour online sale, Alibaba Cloud technology supported all of Alibaba’s online marketplaces and facilitated a record-breaking 175,000 transactions per second during peak traffic spikes.

But beyond China, the company’s long-term goal is to “establish cloud computing as the digital foundation for the new global economy using the opportunities of cloud computing to empower businesses of all sizes across all markets,” Hu said.

With the addition of the new centers, Alibaba Cloud now has a presence on every continent except Africa, South America and Antarctica, Yu said. “We will [open] more data centers around the world, based on markets and customer response, that’s for sure,” he said. 

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dear george -could you tell me dates of your bangladesh trip when known


also i realise the process below is under brainstorming but could it interest you- if some of your adolescent health care curriculum is already curated in you tube videos or a blog or something could you tell us where to look so we could start blending it into a few baltimore experiments 


there are different ways to build the dynamic of how much could we all peer to peer in a group - eg stephanie's friends in africa have coded an app that lets a teenage woman test a lot of her own health in one part of her body- i assume the environment of adolescent girls clubs which is bracs main african network could gain hugely from assembling all related content


cheers chris macrae


===================================== whats now #learning generation world possible with intel's new toy?


Would the 5 of us in to list have time to arrange a meeting - idea could be exciting to many subgroups of us but to list are regionally involved in jobs learning formats 

 

we have a new toy to play with- as soon as you go into a room up to 50 people can use their mobile to learn directly from you

 

two things I would like to brainstorm

 

if chuck went into a room and 50 people turned on their mobile to search what green jobenomics francises chuck already had or most wanted to develop next what would that catalogue of learning look like

 

if we were to put every peer to peer health idea together - eg 1 as in la maestra what would the caytalogue of community peer health services look ,like

 

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- to be frank if people thought of themselves as potentially teaching any 50 people who were around them you might go into  room , tell people to get wifi, and going to your blog arranged for such a 50 person search through what they could be learning from you

 

but this toy makes this so much easier to curate; also if a space like al's cyberlab exists the toy can collect lesson dialogues with anyone who has ever passed through the room or is coming to speak there- it can become a lab where people add on their peer to peer learning modules

 

I suggest concentrating on health as

1 this may be a way to re,market zara la maestra in baltimore and indeed any inner city which wants to test her model's replication

2 we know several people whose world expertise is about franchising peer to peer last mile health resilience in a community so if we can show that health microfranchises are one of the jobenomics areas maybe this will make it easier to pick up phone to jim kim

 

chris

dr ranga if you have more to add -please do - i am trying to describe the way the intel's world possible rachel toy changes the dynamic wherever 50 people meet in a space where one is designated as chief tutor

 

this toy can be a total gamechanger for any real hub or youth entrepreneur competition space one walks into as well as linking hub to hub

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of course to help places fast start ali baba universities everywhere i would like to work out what to program so that if a chief tutor of blockchain walked into the room ... but maybe peer to peer health content is already much more rehearsed




From: George Patton <george.patton@>
To: christopher macrae <chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk> 
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Alibaba founder Jack Ma unveils ambitious plan

Mission: 100 million new jobs

By Dana McCauley


He already runs the world's biggest online shopping company, but Alibaba founder Jack Ma is not satisfied.

The Chinese billionaire has unveiled an even more ambitious plan to expand the company's reach across the globe, creating 100 million new jobs and transforming the global economy to create a more equitable world.

It may sound pie-in-the-sky, but the goal forms part of mission statement of the US$261 billion company's visionary executive chairman.

In a letter to shareholders, Ma outlined Alibaba's achievements of the past financial year - including a gross merchandise turnover of more than $195 billion (1 trillion RMB), an "unprecedented" figure - before looking to the future.

"We have more than 430 million annual active buyers, which means one out of every three individuals in China has made a purchase on our retail marketplaces," Ma wrote.

But, he said, while proud of Alibaba's online shopping achievements, "we want to do far more", saying that the benefits of globalisation had not been spread evenly, but that "digital disruption will bring us closer to a level playing field for young people and small businesses".

"We are not merely trying to shift buy/sell transactions from offline to online, nor are we changing conventional digital marketing models to squeeze out a little additional profit," he wrote.

"We are working to create the fundamental digital and physical infrastructure for the future of commerce, which includes marketplaces, payments, logistics, cloud computing, big data and a host of other fields."

The Alibaba group of companies, founded in 1999, accounts for 60 per cent of all Chinese online sales, and this year overtook Walmart as the world's largest retailer.

 

It has made Ma the second richest man in Asia, with a net worth of US$28.5 billion.

THE NEW 'NATURAL RESOURCE'

It's through cloud computing that Alibaba aims to expand its reach, and the company has been investing in the technology as part of a strategy that sees shoppers' data as the contemporary equivalent of mineral riches.

"Over the next 30 years, with computing power as the new 'technology breakthrough' and data as the new 'natural resource,' the landscape of retail, financial services, manufacturing and entertainment will be transformed," Ma wrote, forecasting a decades-long period of transformation.

"The internet revolution is a historical inflection point, much like when electricity was introduced, and it may have an even greater impact," he predicted.

Alibaba's mission, he said, was to "empower merchants with the ability to transform and upgrade their businesses for the future" and "help companies all over the world to grow".

"We believe, the commerce infrastructure we have created in China - marketplaces, payments, logistics, cloud computing and big data, all working in concert - can be applied on a global scale to lift up small and medium businesses and ordinary consumers around the world."

Eight years after launching, Alibaba Cloud hosts 35 per cent of Chinese websites, while delivering cloud computing and big data services.

'100 MILLION NEW JOBS'

Ma said Alibaba was constantly adapting to the changing e-commerce environment, as staying at the forefront of innovation was key to its continued success.

"In the coming years, we anticipate the birth of a re-imagined retail industry driven by the integration of online, offline, logistics and data across a single value chain," he said.

"With e-commerce itself rapidly becoming a "traditional business," pure e-commerce players will soon face tremendous challenges."

A shift to mobile revenue was one such change, he said, with mobile climbing from a single-digit percentage to three-years of total revenue from Alibaba's Chinese retail marketplaces, in the space of two years.

"This is why we are adapting, and it's why we strive to play a major role in the advancement of this new economic environment," Ma said.

Innovations like Alibaba's Qianniu app, which helps online businesses to improve sales and marketing while enhancing efficiency, were an example of the type of projects the company aimed to focus on.

"In 20 years, we hope to serve two billion consumers around the world, empower 10 million profitable businesses and create 100 million jobs," Ma said, adding: "This will be an even more difficult journey than the one behind us."

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Mr Ma - who's worth around $50 billion - met with John Key in Beijing late yesterday. He made his money through founding the online commerce platform Ali Baba.

Standing alongside the Prime Minister, he heaped praise on the country, which he says is loved by many Chinese.

"At least 20 of my colleagues retired from Ali Baba. They're all very young, in their 40s, they all go to New Zealand."

"I asked what they do apart from the golf and green things and they say it's the people there."

It wasn't all social, with the Chinese billionaire also talking business.

Jack Ma told the entrepreneurs luncheon Kiwi businesspeople find it difficult to access the Chinese market.

Mr Ma said he wants to make that easier with his multi-platform organisation.

"We have Ali Baba University. We would either have courses in New Zealand or invite the entrepreneurs in New Zealand to stay in China for two weeks for training."

"The second is that we're going to open an Ali Baba business embassy next year in New Zealand."

John Key is in China meeting business and political leaders.

 

 


Innovation "Made in China" - The Case of Alibaba and the role of Net-based Small Business

Innovation is a key driver for economic development and social progress and small business is one of the best ways for people to express their willingness and capability to innovate.  Pervasive business ownership has, therefore, been the foundation in many societies for the continued improvement of people’s economic wellbeing. In the People’ Republic of China, however, private business ownership was prohibited between 1957 and 1978. Productive innovations were extremely restricted and as a consequence, China’s economy was on the verge of collapse by the end of 1978. The Chinese people had suffered a historic setback.

Alibaba’s growth, driven by unleashing grassroots entrepreneurship, has become an exemplar of China’s innovation in the 21st century.  Started by 18 young people in 1999, Alibaba has grown into a giant global internet platform and has made many invaluable contributions to China’s progress. Highlighting the importance of pervasive small business ownership in unleashing grassroots innovation and improving economic wellbeing, Professor Lowrey will discuss Alibaba’s innovative strategies and explain the economic theory behind its inspiring success.

 

 

 

Dr. Ying Lowrey is Professor of Economics at Tsinghua University and Deputy Director of the Tsinghua Research Center for Chinese Entrepreneurs, and a member of the Academic Committee for Alibaba Group Research Institute. Her teaching and research interests include economics of innovation and entrepreneurship in the internet and platform economy, the modern microfinance market, business demographics, characteristics of business owners, and the role of free enterprise and competition in the macroeconomy. 

She received her economics Ph.D. from Duke University, economics MA from Yale University and mathematics BS from Wuhan University. Before joining Tsinghua University in 2012, she served as senior economist at the Office of Advocacy, U.S. Small Business Administration and has taught economics at George Washington University and San Diego State University.

 

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Founder of Ali Baba commits his work for Chinese on internet to generate 100 million microentrepreneur jobs in 2010s - who else would you vote at the centre of 100 million job creation leagues?
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unlike oiher years spent with bangaldeshi inspired youth, i spent 2015-2016 mainly with a class of chinese female students - what brilliant minds and tirelss sources of human energy - i hope this summary of why the whole world can celebrate what jack ma is doing is near to the mark - but as always look forward to editing any errors which are mine alone
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was english language tutoring

In 1995 he was sent to the usa on an exchange mission and encountered the worldwideweb - then unknown in China. He determined the www would be the biggest job creating innovation of his (or his generations) life and hopefully of every Chinese entrepreneur he could valuably link into.

Over the next 15 years his wizard coding teams went from something that was little more than an electronic yellow pages for small businesses to conceiving sustainability generation's 2 greatest retailing platforms china or the world may ever have seen..

the taobao platform is the most valuable job creating concept retailers have ever mediated because it reverses the western trend of globalisiation of retailers, bankers and big corporations squeezing out local and small enterprises from having a market; how taobao did that is an extraordinarily detailed story but note how Ma was concerned to ensure even the most cut-off of Chinese villagers could start up on tao bao (rural ecommerce is one of the innovations that Ma has led the www purpose to linkin)

His other mall was pitched at the more usual high cost fashions of big global merchandisers. Because of complex property laws in chinese cities, most expensive retailers are not much of a joy to shop in. So ali baba created a lifestyle -eg celebrate singles day 11/11 shopping virtually rather than the physically exhausting interaction in The West's biggest shopping days of the year)

SO 365/24/7 consumers of ali baba can choose who they value developing most with their purchasing power as well as searching merchandise with global image or local cultural joy

Alibaba has become china's and probably the word's largest retailing channel. It does this with next to no merchandise but brilliant coding so that every store front on its platforms delivers with equal reliability. Hunting out exactly how Ma forms partnerships so that big data analysis benefits the smallest enterprises and most local consumers ought to be a job of whomever is sustainability goals greatest economist.

Intriguingly to ensure he could compete with the chinese internet companies that raced to co-create the www that Ma had opened space for in china, Ma IPO'd Alibaba through a process 2010-2015 while developing his secret sustainability weapon under private ownership. AlIpay is china's number 1 financial inclusion delivery system and maybe global youth most humanly productive coding achievement to date.

Comparing china's top 10 internet properties with the west's is very interesting. Are the consuming behaviours on ali baba more sustainable than those on amazon or ebay or paypal? Are the learnng behaviours on baidu more sustaining of youth than on google or coursera or microsoft's linkedin. Time will tell but note how speaking english, chinese and coding (as well as mother tongue) are probably what educators anywhere on planet earth should NOW be most valuing their global youth's future freedom to thrive entrepreneurially around.

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