22.06.2018

Hong Kong-Guangdong Joint Investment & Partnership Mission

 
22nd June 2018
The Bradfield Centre, Cambridge Science Park CB4 0GA
 





                                      

 
An exciting and rare opportunity to meet a high level group of (approx. 40) business leaders, entrepreneurs, investors and government officials from Hong Kong and Guangdong, China who are seeking investment opportunities in cleantech (all sectors), technology  transfers, joint partnerships & ventures and technology launches in the UK and China.
 


China is investing 2.3 Trillion Euros in cleantech solutions over the next 5 years creating market opportunities across a wide range of cleantech sectors.  The Hong Kong government has HK$50 billion earmarked for the city’s technology sector and investment in Hong Kong’s long-term economic growth and enterprises are set to enjoy a 300% tax deduction for the first $2 million qualifying R&D expenditure, and a 200% deduction for the remainder.
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10.30 Introduction and Welcome
Hugh Parnell, Chairman, Cambridge Cleantech
 
10.40 Discussion: business opportunities in innovation and cleantech.
Chair: Jeff Tucker, Chairman, Asia Group, Cambridge Cleantech.
Panellists: David Marsden, Director, Hong Kong Trade Development Council and Cambridge Cleantech members
 
11:15 Business Matchmaking Session
Companies and government officials from Hong Kong and Guangdong available for one-to-one discussions
 
12:00 Networking Lunch and continued discussion
 
14:00 End
 
 
This event is organised by Cambridge Cleantech, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council and the Department of Commerce of Guangdong Province, China. As a member of the Cambridge Cleantech network, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council is developing a long-term strategy to benefit other Cambridge Cleantech members. Look out for future delegations and HKTDC’s flagship event, Eco Expo Asia in October 2018, with over 335 exhibitors and 14,000 visitors, and chat to HKTDC at the Cambridge Cleantech Annual Conference to find out more.

If you require any further information or would like to register, please contact richard.thurbin@hktdc.org