What does it mean to fail up? What can emerging economies learn from the U.S. about the meaning of failure and the value of failing up? What is the significance of all of this for female entrepreneurs worldwide?Join Girls in Tech China for an in-depth discussion about failing up, featuring some of the most accomplished women in New York?s pillar industries.Girls in Tech China is part of the larger organization Girls in Tech, founded in Silicon Valley in 2007. GIT Global is a social network enterprise focused on the engagement, education and empowerment of influential women in technology. GITChina?s mission is to provide Chinese female entrepreneurs, from a diverse range of industries, the technology and skills to create more disruptive business models.Sponsored by GITChina, Girl 2.0 Campaign is a cross-border platform, inclusive of all women-oriented organizations, that leverages technology, capital and a stellar global network to catalyze female business and innovation between China and the U.S. In order to raise awareness and incite action around these issues, Girl 2.0 is putting on a series of events in New York and Shanghai this October and November. The events will be spotlighting the Girl 2.0, an aspirational figure chosen this summer via a national new media search for China?s most innovative female. As China?s Ambassador of Innovation, the Girl 2.0 will serve as a courier of innovation stories between China and the U.S.Although China may be known as ?the world's largest and fastest-growing source of entrepreneurial startups" according to Edward Tse, Booz & Company's Chairman for Greater China, the challenges for entrepreneurs, especially female ones, cannot be ignored. Some are more universal, like access to network and capital. Others more unique, including building effective teams and the lack of soft skills like creative problem solving. The most significant hurdle, however, is China?s social intolerance for failure.?How to Fail Up? will be the kmoreless
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