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The China Business Association are working with Newcastle's City Technology Office to provide further opportunitites for china-related business in the North-East. Through events targeting Chinese post-doc researchers, e-enablement of Chinese SMEs in the North East and a series of workshops and events supporting the knowledge economy, the CBA are building their reputation for business support and opening up new networks.
Founded in February 2004, The CBA is a membership organization aimed at assisting North East companies in China-related trade and general business networking.
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Post-doc researchers, PhD's and Alumni from Newcastle, Northumbria and Durham universities are being invited to take a look at their future careers. The City technology Office, in partnership with newcastle, Northumbria and Durham Universities have launched a regional networking and mentoring programme as a pilot for Newcastle Science City to introduce them to the opportunities in business and commercialisation. A focus group was held at which technology and science-related academics from these groups identified barriers between research and business. This programme seeks to remove these barriers by drawing upon the existing networks of start-up business support across the region.
In association with the Bridge Club, the programme will invite post-docs, PhD students, alumni and interested businesses to interact and hear from the experiences of post-doc researchers in our region who have built highly significant businesses based on the commercialisation of their intellectual property. These interactions will provide a platform for researchers with great ideas to utilise them in developing their futures. Businesses are invited to interact with these groups as business development opportunities and there will be opportunities in mentoring to support the most promising ideas.
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