2016 T-EDGE VR Summit – Shenzhen, May 20th

2016 T-EDGE VR Summit speakers Kevin Geiger

The New York Times and TMTPost have announced the 2016 T-EDGE VR Summit, held this coming May 20th in the city of Shenzhen – China’s innovation hub.

The 2016 T-EDGE VR Summit will feature technology innovators and business leaders from China and around the world, in presentations and panels ranging from VR content challenges to VR investment opportunities.

Foreign guest speakers include: Gabo Arora, Nancy Bennett, Toni Cruthirds, Nick Fortugno, Kevin Geiger, Eric Hanson, Graham Roberts, Molly Swenson and Shannon Tindle.

The TMTPost website has further information in Chinese.

The New York Times Company (NYSE:NYT) is an international media organization known globally for excellence in its journalism, and innovation in its print and digital storytelling and its business model. In 2015, the Times launched NYTVR, a mobile platform for distributing VR films, while distributing more than a million Google cardboard viewers to Times’ subscribers. The New York Times Chinese Website (cn.NYTimes.com) is the first Chinese language product introduced by The New York Times Company. The site is edited specifically for readers who speak Chinese, presenting translations of the best of The Times’ award-winning journalism alongside original work by Chinese writers contributing to The Times.

TMTPost is China’s leading technology information service provider. Focused on innovation, it serves as a communication platform, gathering the industry’s highest quality content, opinion leaders and service products for the most efficient, professional, and valuable exchange of technology related information in China. TMTPost also produces a variety of offline events and provides recruitment, analytical and advisory services to the technology industry.


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