Syrinix recently exhibited at the inaugural China-UK Hi! Technology festival at the newly-opened Cocoon Networks London.
The festival saw over 1100 industry leaders, entrepreneurs and partners from both China and the UK gather at the new home of Cocoon Networks in Europe to showcase opportunities for investment and technology transfer between the UK and China.
Cocoon Networks announced the launch of the Mulberry Green fund, a joint funding initiative with Adapt Low Carbon Group of the University of East Anglia. The Mulberry Green Fund is the first environment-related investment that connects Chinese companies with the world’s leading university.