Healthcare in UK and China, 2024

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Join us on 14 March to hear what industry insiders and experts discuss trends, market conditions, investment opportunities and restrictions, best practices and first-hand experience in the UK-China healthcare sector in 2024. What opportunities are available in the UK healthcare sector for overseas investors? What are Asian investors, especially PE, looking for in the UK? And the market landscape in...

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Join us on 14 March to hear what industry insiders and experts discuss trends, market conditions, investment opportunities and restrictions, best practices and first-hand experience in the UK-China healthcare sector in 2024. 

 

What opportunities are available in the UK healthcare sector for overseas investors? What are Asian investors, especially PE, looking for in the UK?

 

And the market landscape in the Chinese healthcare sector -  how does it look like? How do overseas businesses get there and what should they expect, i.e. market conditions, rules and regulations, legal matters, and practicalities? We look at all these and more subjects during this themed event. Places are limited so sign up now to reserve your place. 

Video call details for the online part will be made available in advance to those registered. 

 

Agenda: 

 

10:00  - 11:00 Investing in the UK healthcare sector (Online) 

 

  • Overview of the trends and market conditions in the UK healthcare sector, and opportunities for overseas investors 

  • What are Asian investors, especially PE, looking for in the UK? 

  • Legal aspects in cross-border business and investment between the UK and China, issues concerning Chinese biotech industry 

Speakers: 

Ruijia Zhang, Senior Trade and Investment Officer, UKDBT; Eric Qian, Executive Director, Healthcare Capital Ltd.  浩悦资本 执行董事; Mark Schaub, Senior Partner, KWM;  Eversheds Sutherland

 

11:00 - 12:00 Doing business in China’s healthcare market (Offline, for in-person attendees only)

 

  • Channels or routes available for UK companies to enter the Chinese healthcare market, and tips on finding local partners, talents, and managing HQ-local dynamics

  • Legal matters you should know about JV, exporting, tech transfer, manufacturing, and licensing

  • Case study - how did a UK biotech company make it in the Chinese market?

Speakers:

Ting Zhang, Founder & CEO, Crayfish.io; Mark Schaub, Senior Partner, KWM; Speaker from Eversheds Sutherland,  Qun Yang, Co-Founder & COO, Biorbyt. Moderated by Geyang Huang, Director of Business Services, Crayfish.io 

 

12:00 - 13:00 In-person networking and light lunch

 

 

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Eversheds Sutherland, Cambridge, 60 Station Rd, Cambridge CB1 2JH, United Kingdom

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