Greater Irvine Chamber Provides Information to Chinese Companies for Potential Foreign Direct Investment

Friday, June 09, 2017

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As part of a panel engaging with approximately 40 invited Chinese companies looking for business resources and opportunities in Irvine and Orange County, Diana Le, manager of Business and International Development, Greater Irvine Chamber, presented on the strength of Irvine’s industry clusters, the talent in our workforce, and various programs and resources the Chamber has to offer.

The session, hosted by the Orange County Business Council and China General Chamber of Commerce, was a collaboration that also included the Dept. of Commerce, U.S. Commercial Service, Center of International Trade Development, and Greater Irvine Chamber.

Representatives from each of the five collaborating organizations serving on the panel gave a 15-minute presentation on various aspects of investment and concluded the event with a Q&A segment. 

This collaboration represents the Chamber’s ongoing commitment to global outreach and active foreign direct investment (FDI) attraction into Irvine and Orange County. 

The Chamber will continue its FDI initiative by exhibiting at the BIO Conference, connecting leaders in the global biotech community, June 19-22, in San Diego. Check out the Chamber’s booth #4814.









(L-R) Wang Pei Shu, Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China in Los Angeles; Shi Li Li, Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China in Los Angeles; Diana Le, Greater Irvine Chamber; Natalie Rubalcava, OCBC; Lynn Stewart, Center of International Trade Development OC; Jocelin Jimenez, OCBC; Joanna Zhang, China General Chamber of Commerce U.S.A-Los Angeles; and Jim Mayfield, Department of Commerce, U.S. Commercial Service.

For information on foreign direct investment opportunities, contact Diana Le.


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