International Trade Forum - Cambridge
About our prevous events
South Fens Conference Centre near Cambridge
Networking luncheon, seminars, discussions and drinks reception
Guest of honour: Mr Lin Shuxi
President of the China Council for the Promotion for International Trade
Xiamen Sub Council, China Chamber of International Commerce
and Xiamen Chamber of Commerce, since August 2004.
Mr Lin Shuxi led a nine member Chinese delegation on a UK tour Oct 1st to Oct 7th 2007. He highlighted CAMBRIDGE as a key area to visit. The delegation met Cambridge business leaders and members of the the international trade community.
The key areas of interest highlighted by the delegation were the Construction industry and Science and Technology.
This was an exceptional opportunity to meet a very high level delegation and discuss face-to-face business and investment opportunities.
Mr Lin Shuxi was a Moderator and Discussant at the Roundtable Conference for International Partnership on September 7th 2007, part of CIFIT www.chinafair.org.cn alongside Jeff Tucker, Publisher of International Trade Focus and John Snyder, EEDA Board Member. 60,000 delegates from around the globe attended.
|Brian Davidson, British Consul-General Guangzhou, centre, in discussions at CIFIT
||Media crews at CIFIT
||Opening ceremony, Wu Yi, Vice Premier, P. R. China, centre of stage
Professor Alan Barrell, Entrepreneur in Residence Cambridge University and visiting Professor Xiamen University oversaw the seminars and discussions on the latest trade opportunities with China.
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At the previous 2006 International Trade Forum delegates from as far away as China, Japan and Canada attended a fascinating day of seminars on the latest developments in international trade at the South Fens Conference Centre in Chatteris on November 29th 2006.
The event was hosted by Professor Alan Barrell, Entrepreneur in Residence, Cambridge University and supported by UK Trade & Investment, East of England International, HM Revenue & Customs and Fenland District Council. The event was sponsored by Moneycorp and organised by March Publishing Ltd.
At the end of the event, school children from Thomas Eaton Primary School in Wimblington, Cambridgeshire arrived to meet rocket scientist Mohan Ahad for a very entertaining lesson on rockets and space travel. Mohan had earlier in the day presented a fabulous seminar about commercialising space technology. He told the audience "never be afraid to pitch high". Mohan told of his fascinating negotiations with world renowned aerospace organisations. Mohan is a winner of a DTI Smart Award which enabled him to establish his own rocket company, MicroLaunch Systems.
|School children from Thomas Eaton Primary School in Wimblington with (L to R) Wang Chuan (Sinotrading International), Professor Alan Barrell (Cambridge University), Hiroaki Obuchi (DoCoMo Corp) and Mohan Ahad (Space Research Centre).