On the morning of June 25, the First Nanjing International Summit on Transfer and Transformation of Achievements kicked off as a warm-up event for the Nanjing Tech Week.

During the summit, guests like Sr. James Stewart, the well-known British investor for high-tech enterprises and Prof. Kiran Fernandes, member of the UNESCO Global Executive Committee and UNESCO Vice Chairman shared experience in capital operation, technology transfer and industrialization, and discussed problems and solutions in the process of transforming achievements.

After the summit, three project teams from Portugal, Australia and Suzhou, China participated in the project roadshow to seek opportunities for cooperation with local resources.