UK-China Tech Forum

The forum is for representatives of businesses, government and other stakeholders interested in influencing or understanding the policy landscape impacting the technology sector, trade relations, and the market opportunities and challenges in China and the UK.  

The forum brings members together to discuss issues and events that may impact their growth in the UK and China and provides an avenue for collective concerns to be aired and discussed with the government as well as for participants to explore emerging opportunities for growth and expanding their business networks.

Format

The forum will meet physically approximately two-three times a year, rotating venues between techUK and CBBC’s London offices, with ongoing work on key issues being addressed between meetings

Dates

The first meeting will take place on Thursday 28 March between 10:00 – 12:00 at techUK, 10 St Bride Street, London, EC4A 4AD. Further meetings will take place:

10:00 – 12:00                   Tuesday 17 September                 CBBC

10:00 – 12:00                   Tuesday 3 December                    techUK

Participation

Participation is free for members of techUK and CBBC. If you are not a member of either organisation and would still like to join the forum, please get in touch.

Registration

To join the Forum and for further information please be in touch:

Simon Spier                                                   Mark Hedley

Head of International Trade                              UK Sector Lead – Tech

techUK                                                          CBBC

+44 (0) 7793 258 219                                     +44 (0) 7880 388 166

simon.spier@techuk.org                                   mark.hedley@cbbc.org  

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