China’s appetite for environmental technologies is indisputably a growing opportunity for U.S. companies. While flying to China to research and develop the market is important for U.S. environmental hardware and software companies, increasingly Chinese corporates and even Chinese clean-tech funds are regularly visiting the U.S. in search of licensing and investment deals. Panelists include: Alan Turley, who will offer an introduction to the US Dept. of Commerce’s capabilities to support U.S environmental technology companies in China; Bryan Stubbs， who will lead a discussion about the emergence of water-tech clusters across the U.S, including Cleveland; and John Robinson, who will provide insights on where and how U.S. water-tech companies are finding success in China.
FEBRUARY 11, 2017
3:30PM – 5:00PM
1 Washington Blvd, Cobo Hall, Detroit
Source: US Dept. of Commerce