G5 Capital Invites Australian Partners to Source Investment in China
G5 Capital, a two-way cross-border investment incubation platform, welcomed several of Australia’s leading advanced-scientific projects to showcase their innovations to investors this week at their annual China-Australia Technology Innovation Cooperation Forum, held at the EFC T5 American Centre in Hangzhou.
Twelve delegates from the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (AUSTRADE), the Australian Landing pad, and the Australian Commonwealth Scientific and Research Organization (CSIRO) joined the roadshow and participated in discussions alongside local government officials and representatives from business, finance, and scientific research institutes. In total, ten advanced-scientific projects were presented, including:
- The thin-film perovskite solar photovoltaic (PV) project from CSIRO
- Schmeltzer Industrial’s Chamelion Core
- The ENGAS Hybrid Hydrocarbon Refrigerant Project
- The Matrak Matco Materials and Delivery Tracking Network System
- The Australia, bio-agriculture project for poultry farming.
“China and Australia are innovative countries.” Said Ms. Li Li, Chairman of G5 Capital. “Innovation and entrepreneurship have no borders. The two countries have their advantages in innovation and entrepreneurship, and they have a lot of complementary areas to cooperate. G5 Capital will continue to operate our global innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem and work with Australia to help develop cross-border innovation and entrepreneurship.” She added.
G5 Capital serves as a global venture capital resource centre for science, technology and innovation and two-way cross-border investment incubators between the US, UK, Australia, Canada and China, it has successfully built an ecosystem of pooled investment institutions, entrepreneurs and mentors, and developed a multi-directional cross-border incubation of ecological resources from global venture capital. G5 has become the first stop for overseas projects to land in China.