A high profile group of investors from China are coming to New Zealand seeking to learn more about opportunities with New Zealand technology companies.
New Zealand technology companies are invited to attend the event in Auckland on 16 October.
The Summit is being organised by the China Chamber of Commerce in New Zealand, Bank of China New Zealand (Ltd) and the New Zealand Venture Investment Fund. The event is also supported by New Zealand Trade and Enterprise.
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