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Fritz co-founded Qunar.com, China's largest travel internet company; and Shawei.com, China's largest sports internet company

About

Fritz Demopoulos has been an entrepreneur and investor in the Chinese media and internet industries for over a decade. He is currently the Founding Partner at Queen's Road Capital, an early-stage venture fund focused on emerging markets. Fritz is a founder of Qunar.com, China's largest travel portal, which was listed on the NASDAQ in 2013 and acquired by Ctrip in 2015. Qunar means "where are you going?" in mandarin Chinese. Prior to Qunar, Fritz co-founded Shawei.com, China's largest sports portal. Shawei means "brave shark" in Chinese. The company was acquired by Hutchison Whampoa-affiliate Tom.com. He also had senior executive roles at Netease and The News Corporation Limited. A native of Southern California, Fritz was educated at UCLA, Cal State Fullerton, the University of Heidelberg in Germany, and the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He has lectured frequently on entrepreneurship and the Chinese market at Stanford, Harvard, Tsinghua, Beijing University, UCLA and the Communist Party College in Nanjing. He is a supporter of the Arsenal Gunners of the English Premier League.
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Dinner with Fritz Demopoulos

5 Apr 11:15am

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Meet Fritz, one of the few foreigners who succeeded as an entrepreneur in China. Enjoy lunch and hear the stories, his mentality and practical advice behind the secrets to his success. Dinner will be held on 5 April 2017.

Requirements

All volunteer hours must be completed during 1 January 2017 to 31 March 2017. Dinner will be held on 5 April 2017.

Dinner with Fritz Demopoulos

5 Apr 11:15am

Icon locationLimited spaces available.

Meet Fritz, one of the few foreigners who succeeded as an entrepreneur in China. Enjoy lunch and hear the stories, his mentality and practical advice behind the secrets to his success. Dinner will be held on 5 April 2017.