Canada–China Business Forum:
A Symposium for Thought Leadership and International Cooperation
The Vancouver Economic Commission, in partnership with China–Canada Commercialization & Acceleration Network (C2CAN) and the International Green Economy Association of China, is pleased to host the 2018 Canada–China Green Economy and Service Innovation Forum on December 4. This is the 6th Canada China Business Forum and this year’s program will feature and celebrate business leaders in the green economy and professional services sectors.
The event promotes bilateral cooperation across the Asia Pacific in technology, market intelligence, investment, and legal and financial service innovation.
Why You Should Attend
Join the leaders of governments, enterprises, investors, research institutions, law firms and financial institutions across the Pacific to share insights of global trade, best practices of cross-border collaboration and explore business partnership opportunities
The program agenda includes keynote presentations, panel discussions, a pitch session, and networking. There will also be a dedicated space adjacent to of the forum hall for participants to have business conversations during breaks. A sit-down lunch and refreshments will also be provided.
How to Register for the 2018 Canada–China Business Forum
As space is limited, we request that you register before November 19 to secure your place. This event will sell out so please register as soon as you can.
Interested in Participating in the Pitch Session?
Companies intending to present during the pitch session will need to apply for this opportunity in addition to registering to attend the Canada–China Business Forum.
Apply to Pitch
About the annual Canada–China Business Forum
The Canada-China Business Forum is a gathering point for decision-makers from across the Asia Pacific to discuss relevant strategies and business collaboration opportunities across the Pacific in talent attraction, capital investment, IP protection and prospective Canada-China business relationships. It is held annually, six years in the running, taking place in Vancouver and Beijing in alternate years.
Vancouver last hosted the Canada-China Business Forum in 2016.
“New companies and renewed agreements launched, singed against backdrop of 4th Annual Canada–China Business Forum”
About the Vancouver Economic Commission’s Asia Pacific Centre
The Asia Pacific Centre (APC) was established in early 2014 with the goal of building and strengthening ties with markets, customers and investors in the Asia Pacific Region and bridging the gap between investment interest in the region and available opportunities to do business. The APC offers a deep knowledge of the economy and industry-specific business intelligence, coupled with a broad understanding of the political, historical and cultural contexts that help create opportunities and expedite deals.
This event is made possible by our parters