Chinese Provinces and Cities sign up to send Chinese businesses to the largest one-day UK-China business matchmaking event

More than 100 Chinese businesses are expected to join 200 British counterparts at the UK-China Business Conference in Copthorne Hotel Slough-Windsor on 17th September 2012.

Chinese businesses from the provinces of Hunan, Jilin, Shaanxi, Zhejiang and the cities of Beijing, Shanghai and Qingdao will take part in one of the most exciting UK-China events of the year. The groups will be organised by the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, the China Chamber of International Commerce, their provincial chambers and other partners of the BCC LinkToChina Programme.

The Conference, which features a business matchmaking session, a UK-China SME Forum, market briefings & seminars, and a networking reception for UK and Chinese delegates, is the flagship event of the UK-China SME Week which has activities planned in London, Slough, Oxford, Harwell and Bracknell. Visits are also being planned for Liverpool, Manchester, Cambridge and many more locations across the UK by the Chinese groups.

The one-to-one business matchmaking session, with pre-selected proposals and propositions from both British and Chinese delegates, will accommodate up to 250 face-to-face meetings (scheduled appointments).

The on-going business matchmaking services provided by BCC LinkToChina has already seen business proposals for projects and partnerships flowing between the UK and the 21 participating Chinese provinces and cities in China.

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