China is becoming a global innovator. Meet the companies and individuals helping to push innovation in China forward.

12 April, 2018

AmCham China is excited to announce the new Technology and Innovation (T&I) Initiative, an “insight and collaboration” platform designed to help our members navigate and take advantage of the impact of disruptive technologies on their organizations.

17 August, 2017

Representatives from the Department of Justice shared insights on IPR protection, cybercrimes, and preservation of digital evidence with AmCham China members, who also had a chance to provide feedback and advice based on their experiences in China.

03 July, 2017

The future of work will involved more automation and machines. Recent data from PwC’s CEO Survey shows tech advancements and skill shortages as top concerns for companies, especially as HR departments struggle to deal with the pace of change.

03 August, 2016

More than 90 percent of member companies reported innovation as a key part of growth in China. Bain and Company identifies five capabilities companies need to achieve innovation goals.

26 July, 2016

While China is working to build up the cloud and other innovative technologies, it's also creating barriers that hold back investors and entrepreneurs.

21 July, 2016

Every country dreams of being on the forefront of technology, but building a knowledge-based society and economy requires the exchange of ideas and concepts across borders.

14 July, 2016

Technological and legal barriers will determine which country takes the lead in this emerging part of the auto industry.

27 June, 2016

Commercial drones are taking off, and China is leading the way. Agriculture and disaster relief already use them and many more applications are possible.

17 March, 2016

Global investment into venture capital-backed companies hit a record high of $128.5 billion in 2015, with China deals accounting for more than one-fifth of the world total.

10 December, 2015

The zones are within cities but significantly outside central business districts. They could possibly serve as industry hubs that encourage tech companies to relocate, adding demand for new residential and retail space as well.