Asiability-Hurun SME Partners for Global Growth

Medium sized businesses with ambition to grow to scale by accessing Chinese capital and domestic market / exceptional small sized businesses with global scalability are invited to register their interest in partnership discussions with globalising Chinese entrepreneurs.

Applications will be accepted from SMEs registered in the U.K. or E.U. with 10 or more permanent employees and a trading history of 3 or more years.

Register interest by submitting a PDF introduction to your business and ambitions for global growth by completing and submitting this form. Please ensure that your PDF is no larger than 8 megabytes.

If you experience any technical difficulties registering your interest please call Ollie on +44 7841 323016.

The closing date for applications is 5th June 2018.

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“By partnering with Hurun Report - the publishers of Hurun China Rich List and Hurun Philanthropy List - our aim is to provide an efficient platform where U.K. and E.U. high-growth-potential SMEs can meet and explore investment and partnership opportunities with well researched globalising Chinese entrepreneurs and companies”.

Ollie Shiell, Senior Partner of Asiability Ltd

“London is the creative capital of the world and we must do more to ensure that creative people, technology, media and telecommunications companies remain at its centre. At Battersea, we have ambitions to have a complete business ecosystem from the smallest firms to the biggest. We love the idea that Battersea will be home to one of the biggest brands in the world as well as high potential SMEs”.

Rob Tincknell, CEO of Battersea Power Station

“Now, more than ever, it is vital that the entrepreneurially minded should adopt a global mindset and the opportunity for us to connect members of Entrepreneurial Scotland, the principal network of entrepreneurial leaders in Scotland, with like-minded entrepreneurs from China is one that we will grasp with both hands.”

Sandy Kennedy, Chief Executive, Entrepreneurial Scotland