Baroness Rona Fairhead, Minister for Trade and Export Promotion, visited TusPark Cambridge following the formal announcement of TusPark in the Cambridge Science Park.
The president of TusPark UK, Kevin Lin, accompanied Baroness Fairhead and showed her the new phase of development in the Cambridge Science Park. The newly developed buildings include the park’s first Bio-Innovation Centre – 41,000 sq ft wet labs and offices for biotech and medtech startups and scaleups.
Kevin also spoke about TusPark’s 200 plus innovation centres in China and the world, as well as the 7 key industry sectors that it focuses on, and over 800 companies which TusPark had invested in.
Baroness Fairhead commented that she was deeply impressed by the size and worldwide innovation network of TusPark. She said: “the Department for International Trade welcomes TusPark’s investment in the UK and will continue to support the efforts of TusPark and Cambridge Science Park to strengthen ties of UK-China innovation collaboration.”
TusPark Cambridge connects the innovation activities in Cambridge and the UK to a worldwide network with strong presence in the Chinese market. TusPark supports UK businesses with space, equity investments and various approaches of cross-border collaboration.