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China Healthcare Market Briefing & Roundtable
September 22, 2017 ● Irvine, CA

Friday, September 22

7:30am – 9:30am

K&L Gates

12th floor, 1 Park Plaza, Irvine, CA

Seating is limited – please register below

Agenda:

7:30am:                Coffee/networking

8:00am:                Healthcare market landscape in East China

8:20am:                Looking toward China to raise capital

8:40am:                Q&A

9:15am:                Wrap up / networking

Speakers:

Xiaoli PAN, Senior Commercial Specialist, U.S. Consulate General – Shanghai, China

Ms. Pan’s primary role is to assist commercial engagement in the healthcare sector in East China, help U.S. companies develop distribution and sales networks, and facilitate U.S. participation in major events such as the China Medical Equipment Fair. Starting in 1999, Ms. Pan has covered multiple portfolios for the U.S. Consulates in Shenyang and Shanghai, including Healthcare, Civil Aviation/FAA and economic research. Prior, Ms. Pan worked metals and metallurgical sector as an Engineer-level Translator. She graduated from Shenyang Normal University with a B.A. in English Linguistics and Literature.

Christian Koschil, Commercial Officer, U.S. Consulate General – Shanghai, China

Mr. Koschil’s primary role is to advance U.S. policy, advocacy, and trade promotion goals, as well as support U.S. firms operating in China and Chinese firms investing in the United States. His areas of focus include healthcare, energy, and senior care. Prior to joining Commerce in 2009, he held multiple roles in economic development, real estate, oil, and industrial gas sectors. Mr. Koschil holds an M.A. in International Commerce & Policy from George Mason University and a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University. 

Ian Liao, Partner, K&L Gates – Shanghai / Orange County

Ian Liao is a partner with K&L Gates, a global law firm with 45 offices worldwide. Mr. Liao works out of the firm’s offices in Shanghai and Orange County and focuses his practice on mergers and acquisitions, venture capital, and cross-border transactions. He has represented public and private companies in mergers, asset acquisitions and divestitures, and equity purchase transactions. Mr. Liao has substantial experience with technology transactions, including those involving internet/e-commerce, third party payment platform and more recently, medical technology and devices. He has also advised venture capital funds and start-ups on different stages of fundraising, from pre-A to pre-IPO.

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U.S. Commercial Service – Orange County, CA
Tel: 949-660-8681
Jim.Mayfield@trade.gov

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