Bauhinia valley green entrepreneurship camp kicks off in UIBE
Updated: 2017-12-24


The Bauhinia Valley Green Entrepreneurship Camp, held by the University of International Business and Economics (UIBE) and the Bauhinia Valley Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development Center, launched on Dec 20, 2017. Some 50 entrepreneurs and undergraduates participated the event.

In April 2016, led by the Chinese Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, the Bauhinia Valley Development Center was formed. As a network and association composed of not only Hong Kong-based, but also domestic and overseas Chinese-owned businesses, it was supported by various groups in Hong Kong and by different state departments. Further, the association also had the honor of partnering with the University of International Business and Economics and twelve of its renowned academies. This led to the further promotion of "public entrepreneurship and innovation," cooperation with the national 13th Five-Year Plan for Economic and Social Development, and support for the development of small businesses and young people in Chinese mainland, Hong Kong, and Macao. The camp also unfalteringly supports the mainland, Hong Kong, and Macao in its innovative, scientific, and technological pursuits.



Zeng Gang, dean of the School of Continuing Education of the University of International Business and Economics, speaks highly of the camp and hopes the students of Bauhinia Valley Green Entrepreneurship Camp will receive the benefits of the public mentoring program, have not done so in vain. He hopes that having gone through the ten days or so of intensive study, training, observation and exchange, that these students now have a deeper and better understanding of the domestic market, that they can find new business opportunities, and ultimately create an even more fertile ground for business ventures in the future.


Mr. Zhou Weide, head of Beijing office of Hong Kong's King Group, expounds on the purpose behind the development center and the road map of its future development. He says that through cooperation with mainland universities and local government branches to build a collaborative space, this will ultimately allow for even greater investment and equity opportunities for entrepreneurial youth.

During the campaign, Mo Tan, Head of Department of International Cooperation of the Torch High Technology Industry Development Center of the Ministry of Science and Technology of China, analyzes comprehensively the prospect and opportunities of domestic green economy and interpret public policies on technology innovation and entrepreneurship in China.

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