(Fremont, CA; June 6, 2016) – Converge, the global technology summit co-hosted by The Wall Street Journal and f.ounders, was held in Hong Kong and Shenzhen last week. An invitation-only two-day event featuring tech’s elite CEOs and leaders, Royole’s own founder and CEO, Dr. Bill Liu, was honored to not only attend, but also present the company’s Shenzhen offices and host the second day’s luncheon.
Providing unrivaled insights into the technology revolution and the increasingly crucial role played by Asian companies and investors, Converge combines the editorial excellence of WSJDLive, the Journal’s celebrated California-based tech conference, with the networking expertise of the f.ounders team who, among other things, run the annual Web Summit in Europe.
Kicking off the summit’s activities, Royole welcomed nearly 30 guests from the tech, finance, and media industries to their offices in Shenzhen on Thursday, June 2nd. As a representative of China’s emerging and innovative high tech industry, Royole has received extensive recognition worldwide. Liu introduced the company’s history before showcasing Royole’s latest technologies to the group.
Guests were treated to Royole’s flexible electronics, the innovative 0.01 mm full color flexible display, and the world’s first foldable virtual mobile theater. Taken aback by these cutting-edge products, attendees happily exclaimed how much fun the demos were and called the “amazing” technology “the future.”
Liu hosted the next day’s luncheon, where he shared his own entrepreneurial experiences as part of Royole with elite tech founders, CEOs, venture capitalists, and industry luminaries from across Asia and the world that gathered at the summit.
Published by Dow Jones, The Wall Street Journal is a global news organization that provides leading news, information, commentary and analysis across print, digital, mobile, social, and video. f.ounders is a series of exclusive technology leaders networking events run by the team behind Web Summit. Staged across the world, f.ounders have been called the “Rolls Royce of technology events.”