日期: 2018/10/22 15:33:16
The Networking Conference in Support of China International Import Expo (CIIE) is held to amplify the spillover effect of the first CIIE, present greater determination of further reform and opening-up and enhance investment and trade between Shanghai and the rest of the world. This event has introduced a series of investment promotion activities and touring routes, in combination of local culture and historical features, as well as regional advantageous and leading industries, are carefully designed and arranged by the Shanghai Municipal Commission of Commerce, Invest Shanghai and the 16 districts of thecity for CIIE.
From October 11th, , the “InvestShanghai” plat form will introduce the touring routes from each district of Shanghai continuously.
Now comes Yangpu district.
Tour of World Class Innovation Valley - Changyang Campus
Changyang Campus was once the Donghua Cotton Mill in 1920, which has become a classic case of old-and-new kinetic energy conversion and urban renewal in Shanghai City. As a famous innovative campus, there are lots of opportunities for you to visit plenty of listed companies and Unicorn enterprises, such as “LAIX”, ”AIWAYS” and “Zaojiu TALK”. You can also appreciate the beauty of central city upgrading and the presence of innovative enterprises.
Great Knowledge & Innovation Community
The KIC is the core area of Great Knowledge & Innovation Community, formed with the concept of “three-zone linkage and three-area integration”. Creating a model of knowledge-based innovation integration community, it has industrial clusters of software & information services, modern design, technology finance, cloud computing and big data. Audience can visit the KIC Exhibition Hall and the Siemens Digitalization Experience Center Process Industry Showroom.
Yangpu Riverside Tour
Yangpu Riverside is the birthplace for the modern industry in Shanghai, boasting an abundant tangible industrial heritage sites and the intangible industrial spirit. Walking along the 2.8km Yangpu Riverside, different viewpoints with old and new architectures will bring the centennial history to the audience.