MAI Capital regularly gets a variety of questions about market entry in China and the broader trends in the China market. Our Investment Director, Tom Ellis, answers some of MAI Capital’s most frequently asked questions and provide some invaluable insights based on his experience working directly with our China Partners.
Throughout 2017, we at MAI Capital have been able to see some of the best that Australian and Chinese business has to offer, and have been regularly posting on our site about developments and events that occur within the space that we operate in. Coming to the end of 2017, we thought that it would be a good idea to take the opportunity to highlight some of the key themes that we have identified this year.
It does not take much effort to find a litany of both domestic and international companies that have unsuccessfully tried to break into the Chinese market – often spending a considerable amount of time, resources and money in the process. By Grant Titmus, originally published by GROW Magazine
MAI Capital has received sign off on our new fund “MAI Dragon Egg Fund I” a conditionally registered ESVCLP (Early Stage Venture Capital Limited Partnership). The ESVCLP program is a Federal Government initiative designed to stimulate investment into Australia’s early stage venture capital sector by allowing generous tax concessions to investors in funds that meet the registration and investment criteria set out in the Venture Capital Act 2002 (Cth).
MAI Capital is pleased to announce its investment into Freight Exchange. The online platform making freight delivery easer, cheaper and faster. Freight exchange directly brings shippers and carriers together to utilize excess space, increase revenues and improve the sustainability of freight transport.