What multi-trillion dollar sector has all the intrigue of a James Bond movie and involves clean energy, chips, batteries, lots of software, data, robots, national security, ambitious CEOs and even more ambitious countries? Did we mention lots of software? That's right, we are talking about the electric vehicle sector. With the US beginning its long-overdue pivot to clean energy vehicles and a Biden Administration anxious not to lose any further ground to China in the development, manufacture, and adoption of EVs, is it too late for the US to catch up to China, the world's current leader in EV adoption? What do we know about the China market really? How did they come to lead the world? Which companies should we look out for? What does the US need to do to catch up? Please join us as Tu Le, Managing Director of Sino Auto Insights (TPR 2003), gives us an overview of the global EV sector, how we got to where we are, who we should keep an eye out for (on both sides of the pond) and what the US needs to do in order to transform themselves into a major player. When: June 17 8-9 p.m. ET Questions? Contact: Tu Le at email@example.com.