Director of Asia for MX Media Group
Matthew Sumner is the standing Director of Asia for MX Media Group, the parent company of the China-based, INVEST IN and CHINA OFFSHORE brands. These two media brands, built from the ground up starting in 2008, are China’s first full-service media & events platforms for Chinese investors and HNWI seeking information and opportunities for outbound investment and offshore wealth management. Currently, these brands serve over 180,000 mainland professionals and over 1000 international providers combined. Under Matthew’s management these brands over the past 6 years have become the cornerstone for Investment Promotion Agencies and Offshore Wealth Management providers seeking to attract investment from China. During his role at MX Media, he has hosted and chaired over 60 events in Mainland China on the subjects of Chinese Outbound Investment and Offshore Finance.
Prior to his role at MX Media Group, Matthew Sumner worked for over 10 years in several media and communications conglomerates in the United States such as Adelphia Communications and Dow Jones News Corp. His vast experience from these roles, which varied from Production Management and Art Direction to Sales and IT, plus 7 years experience in Mainland China has helped propel MX Media’s growth. Matthew is fully fluent in Mandarin Chinese and holds a dual degree from RIT in New Media Production and IT.
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