Recent Visit with Yunnan Investment Bureau – Promoting Trade & Investment Opportunities in Yunnan

As part of our recent collaboration with the Yunnan Investment Bureau, we recently hosted Lightsong Media Group and Scala Group during a visit to South West China as it looks to attract new companies and promote the trade and investment opportunities in Yunnan Province.

From micro companies to multinationals, we will bring together representatives of UK and Irish businesses, who either currently trade in China or trade abroad. The initiative is part of a broad strategy by Yunnan Investment Bureau seeking to build stronger international business connections and create opportunities for investment in Yunnan Province.

With countless companies of all sizes from the UK currently thriving in China, we are inviting UK and Irish businesses who are interested in the growth opportunities in China to contact us to explore Yunnan Province, either as an initial discussion or as part of a planned trip meeting potential partners and government officials.

The visits will showcase the strength of Yunnan Province as a leading investment and business destination and give a unique vantage point for potential investors to explore. A series of events to raise awareness of investing in Yunnan will also be hosted across the UK and Ireland, supported by Cathay Pacific, Appt and Traveleads.

With UK exports to China seeing a 60% growth since 2010, according to the Home Office, trade between the UK is already at record levels. Developing from a remote region into a powerhouse of China, Yunnan Province is the third-fastest growing in China with a population of 47 million and boasts 132 industrial parks, covering key sectors that include Biological medicine, Information/E-commerce, Modern Logistics, Consumer & Food Manufacturing, Agriculture, Tourism & Culture and New Materials.

If you are a UK or Irish businesses who is interested in exploring the investment opportunities in Yunnan Province please contact us on +44 (0)1484 483170 or email us at info@connectchina.co.uk

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