Business Innovation Trip to Huangpu District (Guangzhou)
Discover one of the largest and fastest moving IoT, Green Transition and Smart Urbanisation + Mega-City-Cluster
When: 27 November - 1 December 2023
(flexible arrival and departure on the weekends before and after)
Where: Huangpu District (Guangzhou, Guangdong Province)
Language: English (plus German, French, Spanish, Italian)
Invest in Huangpu - a representative office of Huangpu District’s (Guangzhou) Economic Promotion Bureau in Europe (Heidelberg; CNBW Member)
Trip Partner: CNBW
Please contact for individual alignment: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mobile: +49 1735465228 / WeChat: FidanHus82
INFO FLYER: here
Who: Everyone who is interested to experience the world’s largest Mega-City-Cluster and the future economy developing there (especially AI, ICT, Life Science, Biotech, EV, AAV, Hydrogen Economy, New Materials, Semiconductor, Robotics, Smart Manufacturing) - large multinationals , start-ups and SMEs, industry cluster and industry associations’ representatives, innovation consultancies and investors, R&D and universities.
Cost: Participants cover their international flight, accommodation, and visa fee – Invest Huangpu provides onsite organization, incl. activities, local transportation, interpretation, and your visa invitation letter.
Huangpu District is located at the heart of Greater Bay Area (GBA). On a land area the size of Croatia, the GBA includes 9 of China’s largest megacities, has the highest density of Fortune 500 companies in China and is home to China’s most innovative companies. With soon 90 million inhabitants, the GBA equals to the combined population of Germany & Switzerland and is developing into a powerhouse of future technologies. It’s economy reached a GDP of almost USD 2 trillion in 2022, surpassing the economy of South Korea. With its world-known industrial backbone as well as logistic infrastructure it has outstanding economic importance for Asia and is geographically located at the centre of the world’s largest free-trade-agreement (RCEP).
Huangpu is an administrative district of the Tier 1 city Guangzhou (Kanton) – the capital city of Guangdong Province. With USD 60 Billion, Huangpu generates a local GDP that compares to those of the city of Cologne (Germany), the metropolitan region of Toulouse (France), or Malmö metropolitan area (Sweden). Since more than 2,000 years, Huangpu’s harbour is the offspring of the “Silk-Road” to the sea. Today the district leads in terms of economic and innovative performance in the GBA and is home to around 20,000 private enterprises, 4000+ Multinationals (e.g., Honda, LG, Bayer, Samsung, Lonza, P&G, Zeiss, Hyundai, Magna, Astra Zeneca, Covestro, Siemens), 300+ Global Fortune 500 Projects, and 70+ listed companies. In recent years, Huangpu became one of China’s future economy hotspots with companies in electric vehicles and autonomous driving (e.g., WeRide, XPeng, GAC), autonomous aerial vehicles (e.g., Ehang), semiconductor (e.g., Cansemi, Hinnotech), or life science (e.g., Beigene, Biosygene, Hennovcom).