ChamberConnect is a series of interactive virtual events which have been designed to support businesses and their staff through the current Coronavirus crisis.
These events will allow you to learn, ask questions and stay up-to-date on a variety of topics which will be affecting your business at such an uncertain time.
Tune in via video conference app Zoom to hear from David Gregory, China Market Business Adviser of the China Britain Business Council, Ian Patterson, Sales and Marketing Director of CoolLED Limited, and Jason Teng, partner in Potter Clarkson LLP.
About the speakers:
||The Made in China 2025 strategy –key sectors and opportunities
David Gregory – China Britain Business Council
||Doing Business in China
Ian Patterson – CoolLed Ltd
||How to Protect your IP in China
Jason Teng – Potter Clarkson
As the China Britain Business Council’s, China Market Business Adviser, covering the East Midlands area David aims to deliver clear and practical advice to clients to support their business with China.
Before returning to UK in 2015 David spent almost 17 years based in China and South East Asia as an executive for multi-national companies, in the building materials sector, including stints as the regional CEO for Knauf and Xella.
Ian Patterson is Sales and Marketing Director of CoolLED Limited
. He has a wealth of experience in international sales and marketing of engineered products. Ian has extensive international experience and has been travelling regularly to China for the past 20 years. He is a Chartered Chemical Engineer and holds an MBA.
CoolLED designs and manufactures cutting edge LED illumination systems for researchers and clinicians in the field of fluorescence microscopy. With its principal operations in Hampshire, UK, CoolLED has Sales representation in the USA and recently established a presence in Guangzhou, China through the CBBC Launchpad scheme.
Jason Teng is a partner in Potter Clarkson LLP
, a full-service intellectual property law firm. As a European Patent Attorney and Chartered UK Patent Attorney, he advises clients on intellectual property issues across a wide range of technology sectors.
Jason is part of the firm’s Asian Business Development Committee, with a focus on China, South Korea and Japan amongst others. He regularly attends IP seminars and business networking events throughout the UK to meet others with interest in developing business relations between Asia and the UK.