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I have always found AVCJ to be one of the most productive and informative conferences I attend before. There is always a good mix of different topics presented with great panels to share and exchange information and ideas. In addition, the networking events and contacts which I made over the years are tremendous resources and powerful tools to help me grow my team and organization.”
The AVCJ Private Equity & Venture Forum was an excellent networking experience for me, and educational in terms of markets that Ayala does not cover actively. I enjoyed working with my panelists and moderators and sharing stories on the Asia healthcare sector, the role of corporate venture capital, and the need to stay on top of technology. The attendance in this year’s (2017) event was impressive, with a wide breadth of PE firms, multifamily offices and VC investors.
I have been coming to the AVCJ Forum for over 20 years. The reason I keep coming back is, firstly the content is very good, and it is a great opportunity to put a nger on the pulse of what is happening in this part of the world. Secondly, everyone is here, making it easy to catch up with managers, fellow investors and advisers.
AVCJ. It’s really the first conference, I would say. It was the first real forum where all the large LPs, our large LPs, came together and this was obviously before we raised our first fund, the first conference that we went to, and we thought that it was a terrific gathering.
My first memory of AVCJ is the November conference in HK. We were at one of the very first ones, probably in the mid to late 1990s. I think we first came here in 1996 or 1997. We were just wide-eyed, trying to meet people, to understand things and learn from people. But certainly it was the magnet if you wanted to meet people and obtain industry knowledge. The AVCJ Conference was THE place to come, so we made our first pilgrimage there when we were raising our first fund
I look forward to the AVCJ conference, because it is always a collection of some of the best minds and some of the most interesting investors in the region. As the markets are providing loads of opportunities these days, it will be interesting to hear the varieties of approaches people are taking and to share ideas with others at the conference.
I met through a number of acquaintances. He asked me to speak at the Asian Venture Capital Journal conference, the annual conference that was held in Hong Kong, and I began to do so and I spoke there for many many years in a row, and I enjoyed it. I thought it a very well-run organization and a very well-run publication.
AVCJ outdid itself yet again, with the 2016 Forum attracting a broad mix of private equity participants from throughout the world. It is our pleasure to continue to support this event, as we have for many years, and I feel personally honoured to participate in the sessions.
AVCJ is a premier annual gathering event for LPs and GPs alike and the consistently relevant and critical discussion topics attended by high quality speakers continue to make the event both enriching in terms of content and rewarding for networking.
The AVCJ Forum is a fixture in our firm’s calendar. It is an opportunity each year to feel the pulse of private equity in Asia and the meet LPs who have an interest in the region. The content is always relevant to the issues of the day and we value the opportunity to meet with and learn from other GPs.
Congratulations on your 30 year anniversary. You always have an exceptional program and venue with great content and speakers. Looking forward to 2018 with you.
The conference offers an extremely valuable opportunity to hear from thought leaders and compare insights with GPs and fellow LPs. Given the breadth and quality of the attendees, it’s hard to replicate.
For more than three decades the Asia Venture Forum has been a key event on every private equity investor’s calendar and it is certain to remain so for years to come.
Impressive and dynamic gathering of Asia’s thought leaders.
For a cross-border oriented fund like Cornell Capital, the AVCJ conference provided invaluable on-the-ground perspective on the investing environment in Asia. We look forward to attending next year!