-All Things China Forum by CUBI

7th May 2019

Trade and Investment between China and the UK is growing at a significant rate.

This needs to continue for many years to come. For companies operating in Sheffield City Region China is an increasingly important market and supplier. If you are not trading with China it is something you should be seriously considering. CUBI is a not-for-profit business support organisation, located at the new China Town development, with the backing of the city's five forward thinking organisations (New Era Development, Sheffield Chamber of Commerce, Sheffield City Council, Sheffield Hallam University, and University of Sheffield). It is a one stop shop for businesses advice and support for "all things China". Please come along to our free event to learn more. Agenda: What each stakeholder is providing for a strong comprehensive China related business support service for the local business community; What a business can get out of CUBI; Case study on business with China and a case study of Chinese Start up Business in Sheffield both sharing their journey; Keynote message from representatives from Chinese embassy/consulate; Q&A session with the panel and networking To register for the event, please visit our eventbrite page

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