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Grow China's GDP by Investment, not Consumption
August 04, 2013      
Many in the world are obsessed with predicting China
China's Medical Device Market
July 25, 2013      
China's medical device market is large, rapidly growing, fragmented, dominated by foreign manufacturers via WOFE, JV and imports. There are more than 16,000 manufacturers in China. Total production of medical devices was $24 billion in 2012. 67% of medical devices consumed in China were imported in 2012. Imported U.S. medical devices comprised 21% of China's total consumption in 2012. China's per capita medical device consumption was as low as $14 in 2012. For the presentation, please visit:
How Institutional Invetors May Avoid Due Diligence Pitfalls in China
April 09, 2013      
KGA announced the publishing of a white paper entitled "How Institutional Investors May Avoid Due Diligence Pitfalls in China" to address various challenges in China. The white paper points out that standard due diligence may not work well in China due to a dramatically different business environment in China from that in the U.S. The white paper suggests some guerrilla techniques and points out that investors, instead of relying solely on big fours and large law firms, have to spend time and money in the trenches themselves kicking the tires. Only with proper and thorough due diligence can an investor identify and profit from investment opportunities in China. Please email for a copy of the white paper.
Kee Global Advisors (KGA)'s engagement with Chinese desert agricultural project
January 28, 2013      
NEW YORK, Jan. 28, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Kee Global Advisors (KGA), a corporate development advisory firm headquartered in New York, announced that it has entered into an agreement with the Sun Ecological Technology Development Co., Ltd. (Denkou, Inner Mongolia) to identify strategic partners and investors, both domestically and globally, to accelerate the company's efforts to slow down the desertification of the Ulan Buh Desert, or known as the Wulanbuhe Desert in Chinese, in the Inner Mongolia and create an "oasis" out of the desert. For the full press release, please visit the following link:
Kee Global Advisors (KGA) Rebranding
January 25, 2013      
KGA unveils a new corporate logo and a redesign of its website as part of a rebranding effort to reflect the evolution of its business, as well as to deliver a new look to its clients, investors and partners.
China Conference at Cornell
October 27, 2012      
Coco Kee, Managing Partner of KGA, was a panelist on a panel discussing Opportunities for Chinese Enterprises under Globalization at the China Conference organized by Cornell University October 27-28, 2012. On the panel were also Assistant General Manager Andrew Mao of China Merchant Bank, U.S. operations, Chairman and General Manager Mr. Jin of China Jishan Group.
Chinese Delegation
September 26, 2012      
KGA will be welcoming delegations from Nanjing, China on Oct. 3 and make a presentation on Challenges and Opportunities of Doing Businesses and Investing in the U.S.
New York Cloud Round Table
July 12, 2012      
KGA Managing Partner Kevin Goldstein is invited to attend New York Cloud Computing Round Table. Participating companies are leaders in cloud computing, either as technology suppliers, integrators, or investors. For the details of the event, please visit the following link:
Mentor Program
February 22, 2012      
KGA's founding partner Coco Kee, who also serves as VP of the committee of Peking University Alumni Association of Greater New York, spoke at the entrepreneurship mentoring program. She mentors PKU alumni who are interested in becoming entrepreneurs.
KGA Extends its Reach to Japan
February 16, 2012      
KGA and the Chinese subsidiary of Sequedge, a Japanese private equity fund, formed partnership to share resources and efforts in the areas of cross-border business development, M&A and financing SMEs. This partnership will enable both parties to further extend their global presence into China, Japan and the U.S.
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