Chinese Tech Companies pledge to come to ABP London

More than 20 high tech companies from Shenzhen have committed to take part in the ABP International Tech Centre at Royal Albert Dock. This follows the agreement between ABP London and Tian An Cyber Park Group to create an innovation centre for Guangdong Province in London.

The first 5 companies have committed to ABP London and Tian An Cyber Park Group to take space at the Innovation Centre. They are Shenzhen Beiai Apparel, Dongguan Minas Aeronautical Technology, Shenzhen Daqin Check and Balance Technology, Play in a Workshop and FaceWarrant Information Technology (Shenzhen).

More than 10 UK based companies have also already agreed to exhibit at the Tech Hub Centre at ABP’s Compressor House building, which is being converted in readiness for London Tech Week which takes place between June 11 and 19. They include companies like Huawei, Siemens, Honeywell and Porsche.

News of their commitment came during a visit by London Deputy Mayor James Murray and witnessed by James Murray and ABP London’s CEO Nancy Xu. This took place at Tian An’s Shenzhen complex. Others present included representatives from CCPIT, The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) and other business and political leaders.

ABP and Tian An Cyber Park Group have created a partnership in order to build a platform to raise the profile of China and UK Tech companies during London Tech Week, and for them to reach new markets in the UK.
The ABP Tech Week will take place at the Royal Albert Dock East Meets West International High Tech Hub. ABP will organise a programme of events and activities to build cooperation between Shenzhen Tech companies and those from the UK and overseas.

There will be promotional space for Shenzhen companies from Tian An Cyber Park Group, alongside UK and International companies who have already agreed to participate.

 

 

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