Dongguan, a city in South China's Guangdong province, has been crowned as 'the world's factory' for long and continue to witness its rising economic influence at home and aboard. Boasting of unparalleled geographic advantages, Song Shan Lake Science and Technology Industrial Park ('The Park'), situated at the geometric center of Dongguan along the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Economic Corridor, takes a pioneering role to promote industrial upgrading in the city with special efforts in nurturing high-end electronics, technology and information, modern services etc.. In 2015, the Park's GDP amount to 157 billion with annual growth of 11.9% has become Dongguan's powerful engine for another economic take-off on a higher development platform.
Mr. Yang Xiaotang, Deputy Mayor of Dongguan city and the senior officials of the Park's administrative committee will present to the audience the dynamic business climate and opportunities in the park as well as the multi-layer policy benefits from the central, provincial and municipal governments that the Park is granted with. Awarded as the High-Tech Industry Park with the Greatest Development Potential in China, the Park has attracted well-known enterprises as Huawei, DJI, TP-link and 2000 more quality projects congregating in.
What are the new business potentials? How can you take advantage of these policy incentives to facilitate and expand your business in the Pearl River Delta? Please join us with Mr. Yang and his team to get first-hand insights on the changing business landscape in Dongguan and the Park.
Who should attend the seminar?
For those who have business related to the following industries:
High-end electronics Technology and information Biotechnology Robot industry New energy Modern services as e-commerce, finance, legal, accounting, public relations, etc
*The symposium will be conducted in Mandarin with English Interpretation.
** Group bookings available online for AmCham Members - bring up to 5 guests with one convenient registration!
***Seats are limited and served on a first-come-first-serve basis.