Artosino, 265 West 37th Street, 16th Floor, New York, NY 10018
On March 1st, Mr. Bing Wu, who is the founder of Shimo Docs and is also a Columbia alumnus from SEAS, will come back to New York to share his entrepreneurial experience and insights with all Columbians. In 2014, Mr. Wu founded Shimo Docs, the first enterprise office software in China that supports cloud collaboration and features Chinese aesthetic design.
In the meantime, Mr. Wu will also talk about the lessons he has learned from the founders of Toutiao and Tencent, Mr. Yonghao Luo, Founder of Smartisan, and Mr. Haoyong Yang, Founder of ganji.com.
The event is co-hosted by Columbia Global Centers | Beijing and NYC Chinese Entrepreneurs Organization (NYCCEO), and is supported by Columbia University Chinese Students and Scholars Association, Columbia Business School Greater China Society, and Global China Connection – Columbia University. We welcome all Columbians to this event to ask questions and build connections.
About Shimo Docs
Shimo Docs is the first enterprise office software (similar to Google Docs, Quip) in China that supports cloud collaboration. It allows multiple users to operate on the same document with millisecond response time. In addition to a focus on collaboration. Shimo Docs was also designed in accordance to traditional Chinese aesthetics to bring local users the best experience all around. In 2015, Geeks Park listed Shimo Docs as one of the 50 Best Innovative Internet Products in China. In the Chinese SaaS cloud collaboration market, Shimo ranks the top by market share. In August 2016, Shimo Docs strategically published the enterprise version, and formed strategic alliance with DingTalk as the only new app endorsed.
Mr. Wu Bing worked at Barclays Capital in New York Wall Street, which is one of the largest multinational financial services institutions in the world, before returning to China to work as a presidential management fellow under the CEO in the leading GIS professional software company.
Mr. Wu holds a Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering from Wuhan University, and a Master's degree in Computer Science from Columbia University's Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science.