20th - 21st November 2018

Cambridge China Forum

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Cambridge China Centre

We facilitate interaction and collaboration between members, driving long-term UK |China business relationships from Cambridge, the core of UK innovation and research.

The UK is at a pivotal point in its history, turning its attention to the global state, and in doing so is looking to China with great potential. China has faced challenges in the fields of high-tech and international talent following decades of rapid economic growth. Set in Cambridge, at the core of UK innovation and research, Cambridge China Centre facilitates and drives mutually prosperous UK |China business relationships.

As a membership organisation, Cambridge China Centre offers members monthly culture events, quarterly networking events, an annual Cambridge China Forum, job postings, and cross-cultural business support. Founded by a successful team of business people, with the support of an extensive and impressive advisory board, Cambridge China Centre is grounded in a wealth of experience and insight that will drive prosperous UK |China relationships.

Cambridge China Forum

In bringing together Cambridge, the gateway to the UK technology industry, known for its world-elite university and cutting-edge technology; and China, in a period of tremendous economic growth as one of the world’s biggest economies, Cambridge China Forum will hold its prestigious, inaugural event in 2018.

Cambridge China Centre, the organisation behind the Cambridge China Forum, has links with more than 500 universities, over a thousand companies, high level decision makers, and millions of pounds of investment funds in UK |China . The Cambridge China Forum will focus on harnessing those connections to drive UK |China technology businesses relationships and opportunities.

The inaugural Cambridge China Forum will be in the historic Guildhall at the heart of Cambridge City, bringing together top executives from science and technology companies, investors, and heads of leading universities from both the UK and China, in addition to senior officials from Chinese central and provincial governments.