Roboterra shared at 2016 Global Entrepreneurship Summit

(San Francisco, Jun. 30) Chen Bai, CTO of ROBOTERRA, attended panel talk on “Building Entrepreneurial Ties and Collaborations between Nations” at Global Entrepreneurship Summit hosted by Sister City International.

Chen Bai (Rightmost)

Chen Bai (Rightmost)

The theme of the panel is “Building Entrepreneurial Ties and Collaborations Between Nations”. A discussion on the idea that by creating ties between countries, cities and citizens, we can deeper collaborative innovation. Chen's co-panelists are Michael O'Dwyer, CEO Swift Comply; Erin Schrode, Co-founder of Teens Turning Green and formerly youngest candidate for congress n CA-2; Dr. Andy David, Israeli Consul General, Pacific Northwest

As President Obama said in his remarks, “The Global Entrepreneurship Summit has been so close to my heart, something that I’ve been so committed to, because I believe all of you represent all the upside of an interconnected world, all the optimism and the hope and the opportunity that that interconnected world represents.” We Roboterra hopes to bring robotics education readily available to all the young makers around the world, by putting a kit, software and curriculum into their hands.

The Global Entrepreneurial Summit (GES) is a platform to facilitate the exchange of views and ideas between global business leaders and entrepreneurs and strengthen alliances among entrepreneurs around the world. As a partner of GES, Sister City International, which is a nonprofit citizen diplomacy network, aims to create and strengthen partnerships between communities in the United States and those in other countries. This year Sister City International invited entrepreneurs all over the world together with government and non-profit officials to build a better world during such a historical moment that innovation and connectivity are sweeping across the global at the lighting speed.