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Business elites brainstorm r port city's development
Date:2017-09-29 Readers:

A group of business elites and experts across the country converged in Zhangjiagang, in East China's Jiangsu province on Sept 29, to take part in a round table themed around the "Zhangjiagang Partnership Summit".


The Summit was first held in the city in Oct, 2016. As a platform tailored for local listed companies and technology-driven startups, the meeting proved to be a huge success by offering entrepreneurs an opportunity for face-to-face communication.


So far, via the channel, more than 40 newly-established companies found their business partners. Over 160 companies applied for the membership of the summit.


No doubt the meeting's success turned to be one of the hottest topics during the round table on the day.


"The Summit explored a model to promote the integration of capital and innovative technologies based on current market requirements," said Xu Kangning, former dean of Southeast University's Business College.


"It offers companies chance to give a full play to their respective advantages and is conductive to the healthy development of startups," said Jiang Fuxin, former director of Nanjing Normal University's Business College.


Li Qiuju, director of the office of financial work in Zhangjiagang, expressed warm welcome to the arrival of the "new partners".


"Zhangjiagang is still facing a lot of challenges in the process of industrial transformation and upgrading, we need more partners including universities, research institutions and media to contribute to the city’s development," she said.


source:http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/m/jiangsu/zhangjiagang/2017-09/29/content_32648726.htm

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