Main Event Venue: IUIA Incubator at Meilin Tower, Beijing
Cleantech Sectors: Renewable (Solar, Wind, Biomass), Energy Efficiency, Energy Storage, Waste Management & Waste-to-Energy, Green Building, Green IT, Sustainable Agriculture, Sustainable Transport, Sustainable Manufacturing, etc.
Activities & Highlights: Business and Project Pitching at Investment Forum; 1-to-1 Business Matching and Company Meetings; Visits to IUIA Business Incubators and Hi-Tech Parks; Product Showcase opportunities.
- Presence of high level Chinese experts and investors in cleantech sector
- Find out how an electric charger firm spinned off from MIT secured a US$20 mil project, how a Canadian environmental pollution control company gained access to China, how a Japanese eco-product company is gaining access to ASEAN market, and other success stories.
- Find out how to benefit from platforms such as CTMF, GTH IPEx Cleantech Asia and IUIA
- Business Networking with Cleantech Companies and Investors from China, France, UK, US & IUIA International Network
Target Audience – Companies providing and sourcing for eco-products, environmental solutions and services, cleantech companies, suppliers, project developers, investors & financiers
Cleantech Marketplace Forum – The Cleantech Marketplace Forum (CTMF) connects cleantech companies with low carbon technologies or solutions, against projects, investment and financing and vice versa, with an Asia Pacific focus and global outlook. The CTMF has been co-initiated by VisionEdge Technologies, an IAIR Awards 2014 winner for Best Company for Sustainability - Cleantech Southeast Asia” which is assisting ADB in the design and roll-out of a low carbon technology marketplace for Asia Pacific (IPEx Cleantech Asia), and GAC Ventures, which is co-hosting the Green Trade Hub,which is not only promoting and profiling eco-product and environmental solution companies internationally via an online platform, but allows for 1-to-1 business matching with hundred thousands of companies across 13 different markets in ASEAN, China, Japan and Korea. The CTMF has hosted a number of overseas roads hows bringing companies from China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Philippines and Singapore to meet up with business and technology partners, and investors in Australia, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
International University Innovation Alliance (IUIA) (www.TheIUIA.org) was established in early 2015 in Beijing supported by:
- China Investment Promotion Agency of Ministry of Commerce
- Torch High Technology Industry Development Center of Ministry of Science and Technology(MOST)
- Science and Technology Development Center of Ministry of Education
- Beijing Financial Assets Exchange
IUIA promotes overseas incubation with top universities, incubators, research institutions globally and helps to accelerate the commercialization of research and innovative technologies of these companies via its own incubators, venture accelerators and National High-Tech Parks in China. The ultimate objective is to grow these companies for global market access.
Green Trade Hub (GTH) - The Green Trade Hub not only promotes and profiles eco-product and environmental solution companies to the international market via its online platform, but is also plugged into the East Asia Business Exchange, allowing 1-to-1 business matching of GTH companies with hundred thousands of companies from 13 different markets across ASEAN, China, Japan and Korea in East Asia. The GTH’s international partners include Green Trade Project Office (GTPO) of Taiwan and IUIA of China.
IPEx Cleantech Asia (IPEx) - IPEx Cleantech Asia advises and facilitates cleantech deals between technology owners worldwide, and technology users or project developers in Asia, with the aim of de-risking, lowering costs and accelerating the associated commercial, regulatory and commercial processes. It was jointly set up by ReEx Capital Asia and DNV GL with support from Asian Development Bank (ADB).
For interested companies, please contact Mr. Harvey Tan at email@example.com or call +65 87000894 for more details of participation.