Posts tagged San Francisco
Food's Future Summit

GlobalSF co-hosted this year’s award-winning Food’s Future Summit by Foodie Group Limited hosted at Asia Society Hong Kong Center focusing on innovative solutions to creating a sustainable food system while recognizing future-forward businesses and empowering consumers to make better-informed decisions about what they eat. The full agenda from the 2019 Food’s Future Summit can be found here.

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ChinaSF: Chinese National Flag Raising Ceremony

ChinaSF attended the Chinese National Flag Raising Ceremony at San Francisco City Hall on September 27, 2019. San Francisco’s Chief of Protocol Charlotte Shultz and Consul General Wang Donghua celebrated San Francisco and China’s longstanding economic cooperation, people-to-people exchanges, and the 40th anniversary of the founding of the San Francisco-Shanghai Sister City Relationship.

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SFAsia Fundraiser: A Taste of Malaysia with Lao Table

SFAsia hosted a fundraiser event at Lao Table in San Francisco celebrating Malaysian cuisine from guest Brooklyn-based Malaysian Chef Auria Abraham. SFAsia and Lao Table presented a curated 6-course menu by Chef Auria Abraham alongside Southeast Asian cabaret-style performances showcasing the cultural diversity of Malaysia. Funds raised from the event supported SFAsia's efforts in bringing a diversity of business and culture to the San Francisco Bay Area while strengthening our ties with Asia.

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Supporting Polish Tech Investment in the San Francisco Bay Area

On April 17, 2019, Darlene Chiu Bryant, Executive Director of GlobalSF, spoke on a webinar hosted by the U.S. Commercial Service. She and the other speakers discussed how Polish tech firms can comply with key procedures, optimize resources and understand best practices to establish a U.S. presence and hire employees.

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Stanford Business School International Career Entrepreneurship Panel

On April 16, 2019, GlobalSF participated in a panel discussion on Launching Your International Career or Venture from the San Francisco Bay Area as part of the Stanford Graduate School of Business’ Brown Bag Lunch series. The conversation held at Stanford University drew in audience members comprising of Sloan Fellows from the Stanford MSx Program and Stanford University Alumni with interest in learning about the San Francisco Bay Area as a launchpad for global business and cross-border business opportunities in Latin America and Asia.

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