ENRICH – European Network of Research and Innovation Centres and Hubs, China, offers unique services to European research, technology and business organisations, connecting them to the Chinese market. ENRICH was launched in October 2017 in China and it is ready to trigger all the scientific and technology collaborative potential of the Chinese market for the benefit of European research organisations and technology-based companies including start-ups and SMEs. ENRICH in China has its headquarters in the economically vibrant city of Beijing, hosted by the EU SME Centre, and a first regional Hub in Chengdu, hosted by EUPIC. The ENRICH European Office has been launched in Brussels, hosted by EBN. More information is available in ENRICH in China’s promotional video and the brochure at the end of the page.
Below are ENRICH’s upcoming activities:
Softlanding zones in China
ENRICH in China provides a variety of services to help European STI organisations have a smooth entrance into the Chinese market and develop long term partnerships, including softlanding and coworking spaces, localisation guidance, administrative support and compliance checks. Who is interested in establishing a base in China can apply here.
Find out more about what the softlanding zones offer at http://www.china.enrichcentres.eu/soft-landing-zones
Healthcare Sector Matchmaking Tour (Beijing & Wuxi) 8-13 April 2019
European healthcare organisations interested in doing business with China are invited to participate in the matchmaking tour where they will meet key Chinese healthcare players and pharmaceutical companies, have free access to industry forums, matchmaking with Chinese counterparts and be introduced to business opportunities in Beijing and Wuxi.
Further information is available at: http://www.china.enrichcentres.eu/event/enrich-in-china-matchmaking-tour-april-2019
Webinar: China’s path to industrialised modernity, 27 February 2019
This webinar offers and overview of China’s path to industrialised modernity since 1949, highlighting current challenges in implementing an innovation-driven growth model.