During the recent Global Entrepreneurship Summit held at Stanford, the Stanford Center for International Development convened a session on entrepreneurship in China. The event featured Jean Liu, president of Didi Chuxing, a ride sharing company often called “the Uber of China.”
The world is moving faster than ever, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said at Stanford on Thursday, and we won’t solve major issues like climate change without the contributions of this generation’s entrepreneurs.
The Global Entrepreneurship Summit, hosted by the White House, came to campus this week. In addition to highlighting Stanford's role in fostering entrepreneurship worldwide, we document the signs and sounds of this three-day event.