A group of female founders, CEOs and innovative leaders who run businesses in the world’s top markets are gathering on June 21st in Shanghai.
The "Take Your Own Path" event is part of the Dell Women's Entrepreneur Network, and elite gathering of female executives on the verge of breaking through to the next level.
This the first global event of its kind focusing on medium sized businesses.
Speakers include Elaine Chang of Intel China, Huang Hung of China Interactive Media Group, Kay Koplovitz of USA Network, Geraldine Laybourne of Oxygen Media, Cindy Gallop of IfWeRanTheWorld, Maria Pinelli of Ernst & Young, Sabine Irrgang of GoFresh.com, Belinda Parmor of Lady Geek, Yue-Sai Kan, Chairman of L’Oreal China, Michelle Garnaut of M on the Bund.
Rachel Speth, cofounder of bambu, is participating in a panel focused on operating in emerging markets. This panel will discuss strategies for growth for medium-sized enterprises, and the role of for-profit businesses in social responsibility, including creating sustainable, measurable improvement in quality of life in surrounding communities.
Others on the panel include:
Jessie Paul, Author “No Money Marketing: From Upstart to Big Brand on a Budget”
Amit Midha, President, Dell Greater China
Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, EVP and Artistic Director, OPI Products, Inc.
Rachel was previously honored with 'Entrepreneur of the Year' in 2007' awarded by the Women's Expat Professional Society in Shanghai.