Recently, the ChinaBase team successfully held the first launch ceremony in Europe at StationF, the world's biggest startup campus in France. The launch ceremony further deepened the friendly cooperation between ChinaBase and stationF, and had in-depth communication with French innovative startups in medical, high-tech and other fields.
The world’s biggest startup campus—Station F
Three hosts of launch ceremony shared with guests on three topics: the review and prospect of innovation cooperation between China and France; the overview of innovative ecological development in Paris; the latest scientific research achievements in the field of the Internet of things.
The host of launch ceremony introduction:
Dusheng Gong, Director of Chinese Desk, OCA(Organisation Conseil Audit). He was a manager in research and development in a medical device company before joining Paris’s economic development and innovation agency (Paris & Co) as a director of business development East Asia from 2014 – 2017.
Zhitao Ru, Representative of the science and technology office of the Chinese Embassy in France.
Guy Pujolle, computer science professor, Pierre and Marie Curie university. He is the French representative at the Technical Committee on Networking at IFIP. He is an editor for International Journal of Network Management, WINET, Telecommunication Systems and Editor in Chief of the indexed Journal “Annals of Telecommunications”.
In addition, Lisa Hao, the general manager of ChinaBase, introduced the establishment background and operation mode of ChinaBase. She pointed out that in the complex international situation, more Chinese investment institutions have turned their attention to Europe. France is also one of the countries that ChinaBase focuses on. In the future, ChinaBase will continue to explore the French innovation market and help more French startups seize opportunities in the Chinese market.