Success Stories

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Artaic - Attend Summits and raised $2mm

Artaic's CEO Ted Acworth attended InTeahouse US-China Robotics Summit in October 2016. Four months later, Artaic raised $2MM funding from a Chinese investor, Lesso, and InnoBanker fund.  Ted was first introduced to InTeahouse by Tom Ryden, Executive Director of MassRobotics, at the U.S.- China Robotics Summit. The summit was an opportunity for InTeahouse to highlight and present a tour of five innovative cities in China that would introduce U.S. companies to investors and public companies. From that trip, Ted and his company would go on to build a long term relationship with InTeahouse and their connections to help with their global expansion.


MIT - Institute for Medical Engineering & Science Dept - Collaboration

Dr. Mercedes Balcells MIT Principal Research Scientist, Institute for Medical Engineering & Science, wanted to reach out to China and did not know how to connect with this giant market. InTeahouse was able to help Dr. Balcells make the necessary connections and partnerships. The Summit was the pivotal point for collaboration with Chinese counterparts.


Establishing Trade and Investment Opportunities between global cities

InTeahouse hosted the Emerging Industry International Cooperation Summit in Cambridge, Massachusetts on September 19th, 2017. The purpose of this summit was to establish trade and investment opportunities between Massachusetts cities and the city of Dongguan as well as promote technological innovation in both regions.

The Summit brought together the Mayor of Dongguan, the Mayor of Cambridge and Massachusetts Office of International Trade and Investment for discussions on future collaboration and furthering technological innovation in both regions. Nam Pham, Assistant Secretary of Business Development of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts opened the Summit, connecting the parallels of both regions and the need for more collaboration and addressing that the summit was huge step in the right direction. The Summit included speakers from Boston’s innovation community as well as representatives from Dongguan. The Dean of MIT's Office of Digital Learning as well Walmart’s VP of Global Government Affairs talked about the need for greater collaboration between the global cities and the similar tech environments of Cambridge/Boston and Dongguan.



Consynance - Introduction to Government agency and partners

Dr. Shuang Liu Co-Founder and President of Consynance attended InTeahouse’s Life Science Summit in 2016 and presented the company’s technologies and have ample opportunity to interact with decision makers from funds, local companies, and government supporting units. She met a number of companies and investors and still working with them.

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Cangen Biotechnologies, Inc., - Attended Life Science Summit & raising Series B

Cangen is a cancer-focused biotechnology company, develops and markets diagnostic tests for early detection of cancer. It focuses on molecular diagnosis of cancer to enhance early detection, and on determination of sensitivity to chemotherapy. Dr. Chul So Moon, CEO of Cangen attended March 2017 Life Sciences Summit in China and during this Summit, InTeahouse has brought eight world-class experts in the health industry from the United States and investors in China provided a rare exchange opportunity.  Through InTeahouse’s referral program and efforts in facilitating dialogue between Cangen and potential investors, Cangen is currently in the process of closing a Series B round with an institutional investor.