SINGAPORE - The Techventure 2012 summit for global leaders in investment and iconic innovators will run from October 16 to 18 at the Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre.
Corporate and tech leaders such as Olivia Lum, Executive Chairman and Group CEO, Hyflux Ltd; Gary Wang, Founder and CEO of Tudou; and Patrick Lee, co-founder of alive not dead and Rotten Tomatoes, will be present to provide insights to attendees.
Around 700 local and overseas delegates are expected at the event, which will be themed 'Asian. Innovation. Renaissance'.
Techventure 2012 is an Asian summit organised by the National Research Foundation (NRF) Singapore, a department under the Prime Minister's Office.
This year's summit focuses on vibrant developments which have helped launch Asian corporations as leaders in areas of technology.
The three-day conference will feature partnering opportunities between Silicon Valley and Singapore as well.