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EurekaTechIn and ACHA Signed the Strategic Collaboration Agreement

The Collaboration Signing Ceremony

Eureka Technology & Investment (EurekaTechIn) is pleased to announce the signing of a Strategic Collaboration Agreement with Australia China Health Accelerator (ACHA) on November 30th 2018 in Melbourne. Based on the stratgic partnership, EurekaTechIn and ACHA will deeply collaborate in the biomedical science and health field and support the UprAsia Education Program that will provide guidance for Australian HealthTech Startups and Entrepreneurs to enter Asian markets and gain investment capital.

The agreement was signed by Dr. Lizi Li, General Manager of EurekaTechIn, and Mr. JasonSun, CEO of ACHA. Other representatives from both parties attended and witnessed the collaboration signing ceremony including:

    Mr. George Georgiou, CEO of Eureka International Group ;

    Mr. Stewart Pattison, Managing Director of Eureka Trade Pty Ltd;

    Mr. Shaughan PattisonGeneral Manager of Eureka Sunrise Pty Ltd;

    Prof. Mingguang He, Director of ACHA and the Professor of the University of Melbourne;

    Mrs. Virginia Birrell, Director of ACHA and the CEO of the Australia China Business Council (ACBC);

    Mr. Tim Carroll, Director of Technology of ACHA;

    Dr. Liying Li, Senior Medical Advisor od ACHA

At the collaboration signing ceremony, Dr. Lizi Li and Mr. Jason Sun introduced the business of EurekaTechIn and ACHC and the prospects of this collaboration respectively. Mr. Tim Carroll presented the UprAsia Education Program in details. In the end, Mr. George Georgiou and Prof. Mingguang He delivered speeches about the collaboration as well.

Mr. Jason Sun, CEO of ACHA

Dr. Lizi Li, General Manager of EurekaTechIn

Mr. Tim Carroll, Director of Technology of ACHA

Mr. George Georgiou, CEO of Eureka International Group

Prof. Mingguang He, Director of ACHA and the Professor of the University of Melbourne

On the 25th October 2018, the Government of the State of Victoria of Australia and the National Development and Reform Commission of the People's Repubic of China signed the Cooperation within the Framework of the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silkroad Initiative. It represents the collaboration of the Victorian government and the Chinese government has been upgraded. Under such a background, UprAsia plays an important role in facilitating the technology exchange and technology development of both Australia and China.



Australia China Health Accelerator (ACHA) is an independent not-for-profit organisation registered in Victoria Australia. ACHA aims to accelerate collaboration and development in the health and medical research sector of Australia and China. ACHA is supported by Victorian government, medical research institutes and NGOs in Victoria. ACHA links up Australian expertise, research innovation and talents in the health sector to China’s demand for health industry development, aimed to facilitate better health systems development and accelerate medical innovation.


To find out more information about the UprAsia Education Program, please click here.



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