OxValue.AI attended the 5th China International Import Expo on 8th November, 2022
8 Nov 2022
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The 5th China International Import Expo was held at the National Convention and Exhibition Center (Shanghai) from November 5th to 10th, 2022, aiming to promote the connection between China and the world market, the integration of industries, the promotion of innovation, and the connection of rules. It has been a demonstration window for the new development pattern, a promotion platform for high-level openness, an effective carrier for high-quality development, and a major stage for multilateralism.
On the morning of November 8, the Shanghai United Assets and Equity Exchange (SUAEE)'s special project promotion meeting for the 5th China International Import Expo was successfully held in the Rongtong Hall (trade and investment matchmaking meeting) of the Expo Hall of the Bank of China. A total of 16 on-site roadshows from business sectors such as intellectual property, stock exchange centre, central enterprise headquarters, and non-public property rights were held. OxValue.AI demonstrated its project characteristics and enterprise development to the audience through a remote video roadshow. The atmosphere of the event was lively, and interactive, which well achieved the expected project promotion, publicity and display effects. It was a meaningful and reproducible market promotion and brand marketing activity.
OxValue.AI is a technology spin-off company from the University of Oxford that provides an efficient and practical set of industry tools for technology and startup valuation. It offers a differentiated approach to valuation using a methodology developed by senior academics for more than eight years. A novel theoretical framework is combined with machine learning, and uses proprietary samples of around 20 years of global data to produce fast, accurate and objective assessments of a technology's worth.
About Professor Xiaolan Fu
Professor Xiaolan Fu, founder of OxValue.AI, is a Professor of Technology and International Development at the University of Oxford, a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, and the Founding Director of the Technology and Management Centre for Development (TMCD).
She has authored several books and received awards for her research on innovation, technology policy, and management. Her research interests include valuation, knowledge transfer, inclusive development, and green innovation. She was appointed by the Secretary-General to the Governing Council of the Technology Bank of the United Nations.