Research Triangle Park, N.C. – Aug. 21, 2014 – First Flight Venture Center hosted Chinese company Yu-link last week for a presentation on market opportunities for healthcare companies looking to expand into China. 

A high-tech investment bank devoted to helping international small- and medium-sized enterprises expand into China, Yu-link highlighted business possibilities across several Chinese healthcare segments. The Shanghai-based firm detailed opportunities in China for First Flight companies that produce innovative large medical equipment, in vitro diagnostic products and implants and interventional devices. 

The presentation was given by Yu-link Partner Joyce Deng, who met with several attendees following the event. 


First Flight Venture Center (FFVC) is a technology incubator located in the heart of Research Triangle Park. Established in 1991 to serve the initial needs of entrepreneurs and early stage companies, FFVC has over 20 years of experience in producing companies that graduate from the facility as financially viable and freestanding businesses. This success lies in First Flight’s turnkey approach—the ability to enable tenant businesses to reduce both their initial capitalization requirements and their annual operation costs by providing affordable space with flexible leases, shared business services, technology support services, and management guidance and counseling. FFVC offers 20,000 square feet of leasable office and laboratory space for up to 40 emerging technology companies.