Adam Cogan - Microsoft Regional Director

NNUG Stavanger
NNUG Stavanger
Public group

Innovation Dock

Bryggerikaien 24 · Stavanger

How to find us

Walk along the pier and go in the door marked "The Living Room", between B24 and B16.

Location image of event venue

Details

In partnership with Innovation Dock we are happy to have Adam Cogan speak in Stavanger for a morning seminar!

Monday, July 1st, 08.30 - 09.45 am. (Doors open at 08.00)

There is no entrance fee, but do sign up at https://www.innovationdock.no/chinafyyourapps - it is not enough to just sign up here!

Adam Cogan will talk about his experiences getting applications ready for the Chinese market. He has been in the China software world for over 12 years and has seen their ecosystem evolve, and it has been truly amazing. There is so much software built in the west, that makes $ in America and $ in Europe but at the same time also has zero users in China. Let’s fix that!

Whether you want to launch your software in China, you want to learn some lessons you can apply here or you're just curious on how a different ecosystem has evolved, don't miss this one!

NOTE: Sign up at https://www.innovationdock.no/chinafyyourapps - it is not enough to just sign up here!

== Adam Cogan ======
Adam Cogan www.adamcogan.com is the Chief Architect at SSW, a Microsoft Certified Gold Partner specializing in custom .NET, SharePoint and CRM solutions (with a splash of Business Intelligence). At SSW, Adam has been developing custom solutions for businesses across a range of industries such as Government, engineering, banking, insurance and manufacturing since 1990 for clients such as Microsoft, Worley Parsons and Aurecon.

Adam has also run multiple consulting firms in China for the last 12 years. Adam has seen the whole Chinese software ecosystem develop and understands the differences that the Chinese market requires, in order to be successful. Adam helps western companies modernize their software so they are not only servicing the USA and European markets, but also grabbing a slice of the Chinese market of 1.4 billion consumers.