Building a Greener Future
Mainland China, and Taiwan.
The Michigan-China Innovation Center (MCIC) is a non-profit based in Detroit, Michigan with a dynamic, bilingual team and extensive local and international networks. Formed in 2016, MCIC has served as the State of Michigan government’s liaison to Mainland Chinese and Taiwanese businesses and governments. Our mission is to build a greener future by advancing clean technology business cooperation between the U.S., Mainland China, and Taiwan.
Our programs’ growing emphasis on sustainability is driven both by the needs of our planet and the growing consensus that nations must cooperate to solve environmental problems even while competing in other arenas. We’re eager to apply our team’s expertise, together with Michigan’s strengths in clean energy vehicles, water resources management, and clean tech innovation, to advance cooperation between our regions of focus.
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Michigan-China Innovation Center is here to connect clean technology businesses across borders.
The Michigan-China Innovation Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to building a greener future by
advancing clean technology business cooperation between the U.S., Mainland China, and Taiwan.