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CCBUK 20th Anniversary and the International Business Awards Ceremony

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Millennium Hotel London Mayfair

44 Grosvenor Square

London

W1K 2HP

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2016 is the first year of Golden Age between the UK and China. The UK is the final stop of the Belt and Road. This Award is to recognise the organisations who had made great contribution to the China-Oversea investment and Trade e.g. the Belt & Road Initiative. This award aims to promote collaboration between the UK and China and to provide a platform for developing fruitful business in 2017 and beyond.

There are 10 categoriesfour nominees and one winner per category. Award includes: Best Infrastructure; Best Investment; Best Real Estate; Best Education; Best Culture and Sport; Best Trade; Best Healthcare; Best Technology; Best Finance; Best Professional Service.

Program

17:30 Reception
18:00 Speech from CCBUK, representatives of UK and Chinese Governments
18:30 Charity Donation, Entertainment
19:00 Dinner
20:30 Award
21:30 Award finish
21:45 Entertainment
22:30 Event closes

Nomination:
Nominations for all categories (besides the Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award) will be done by the Confederation of Chinese Business (UK). CCBUK committees' companies cannot entre into the competition. All nominees will then be submitted to a voting panel consisting of 10 independent judges comprising of University Professors and business professionals from the UK as well as China.

Voting Panel:

  1. Professor Xiaolan Fu, Oxford university (confirmed)
  2. Professor Andrew M MacLeod, visiting professor King’s college (confirmed)
  3. Professor Kerry Brown, King’s college, (confirmed)
  4. Dr Hong Lu, Confucius Institute for Business, LSE (confirmed)
  5. Professor Yinshan Tang, Henley Business School, Reading (confirmed)
  6. Ms Hailing Yu, board member of NPH, BRI expert, Vice chair of China Businesswoman Association, CBBC (confirmed)
  7. Mr Paul Thorning, Director of Open Innovation at the University of Bradford, co- founder of the UK-China Healthtech Open Innovation programme (confirmed)
  8. Professor Xiangcheng Zhang, Royal Society Industry Fellow, University of Cambridge. (confirmed)

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44 Grosvenor Square

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W1K 2HP

United Kingdom

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