The first-ever road show of the international industrial exhibition INNOPROM to be held in China took place this past 6-8 May. The unique resources and capabilities of Russia’s leading international exhibition were discussed at meetings held at the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT), the China International Contractors Association, and an agency of the PRC Ministry of Commerce.
A meeting took place between Anton Atrashkin, Director of the INNOPROM Business Program with senior officials from China’s leading business school – Cheung Kong Graduate Business School, in which CKGSB vice chancellors from Beijing and Hong Kong took part.
Participant of the INNOPROM 2012 forecast session Professor Mu Ronpin, Director of the Institute of Economics and Management at the PRC Academy of Sciences agreed to serve as the moderator of the international conference “Russia-China Business Dialogue,” slated to be held within the framework of INNOPROM 2013.
A partnership agreement was signed with one of the leaders of the Chinese exhibition industry – Expo 1.
“I am confident that we have managed to pique the interest of the business elite of one of Russia’s most critical trading partners: INNOPROM represents the right entry point for Chinese companies planning to launch operations in our country,” asserts Anton Atrashkin. “The upcoming exhibition will mark the 4th year that the event is being held, growing by roughly a third with each successive year; Chinese companies are known for their tremendous mobility – they have no interest in falling behind on promising markets.”