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szdaily -> Business
Shekou center set up for innovation
    2017-June-26  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Liu Minxia

mllmx@msn.com

A BEIJING science park operator has joined with Shenzhen businesses to foster innovation and entrepreneurship in an innovation center in Shekou, hoping to complement each other in the sector.

Beijing Innovation and Entrepreneurship Street Investment and Management Co., a subsidiary of well-known science park operator Tsinghua Technology and Innovation Holdings, signed a deal Saturday with Foresea Cube, a Qianhai-based consulting services provider targeting small and medium-sized firms, China Merchants Industrial Park, Elite Business Doers and 17shang.cn to establish an innovation and entrepreneurship center at Shekou Net Valley, an industrial park located at the foot of Nanshan Mountain.

The valley, which is operated by China Merchants Industrial Park, had an initial target of attracting 300 to 500 potential Internet firms in three to five years when it was established in 2010.

“Shekou Net Valley is one of the most valuable brands we operate right now,” said Xu Hongxing, general manager of China Merchants Industrial Park. “Covering an area of 500,000 square meters, it hosts more than 600 companies that have a combined annual output of 60 billion yuan (US$8.8 billion). Most importantly, innovation and entrepreneurship is deeply rooted and has become a common practice there. The valley has more than 30 incubators and the innovations made there are countless.”

Cheng Fang, president of Tsinghua Technology and Innovation, said he is impressed by the practical attitudes demonstrated by Shenzhen entrepreneurs. “Shenzhen is known for boasting entrepreneurs who are highly innovative and practical and have good taste in products,” he said. Both Cheng and Xu hope the deal will enable the center to better serve startups and foster innovation with each other’s complementary advantages.

 

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