Last week, TPP took part in a High Value Healthcare Mission to China in the cities of Shanghai, Nanjing and Chengdu.
The government-led trade mission was organised by the Department of International Trade (DIT) and Healthcare UK: an organisation dedicated to bringing together and marketing the best of British health exports. The aim of the mission was to promote UK health expertise in China by engaging with new buyers and learning about new opportunities in these regions.
TPP was one of 12 UK companies chosen to participate in the mission, which included NHS trusts, management consultancy services and telehealth providers. The delegation visited the three cities over six days, where each company gave presentations and engaged in business meetings. The mission was supported by Chinese provincial government leads, with keynote speeches from the Deputy Director of Medical Administration Division, Health and Family Planning Commission and the Deputy Director General of Jingsu Health and Family Planning Commission.
Deborah Kobewka, Managing Director, Healthcare UK said:
“We are delighted to be leading a delegation of 12 British companies that have an enormous amount to offer the healthcare market in China. We already have a large number of UK exports in China and this week has reinforced how large the appetite for collaboration continues to be.
TPP has a unique offering for the market with its integrated care solution and it has been evident this week that this is of interest to many companies in China.”
Miriam Guo, Account Manager, TPP said:
“As a leading UK health technology provider, we are proud of what we have achieved in the UK and are excited at the potential opportunities to develop our current offering in China. It has been an honour to be involved in this high value trade mission and share our experiences of supporting the NHS over the last 20 years. We are proud of our role in delivering integrated care in the UK and believe we can bring great benefits to the delivery of healthcare across China.”