Cooperation agreement signed between Tian’an and ABP

A cooperation agreement was signed between ABP and Tian’an Cyber Park in view of supporting dozens of Chinese enterprises and brands to land in London Royal Albert Dock, which is believed to bring further business and cooperation opportunities to London in the year ahead and to raise the profile of Royal Docks. The move also makes the first step of internationalisation happen for many enterprises not yet established in the UK. 

The signing ceremony was witnessed by China-Britain Business Council Chairman Lord Sassoon, Deputy Mayor of Shenzhen Municipal government Gao Zimin, Chairman of the Policy and Resources Committee at City of London, Catherine McGuinness and Shenzhen CCPIT Director Ye Jiande alongside over 800 distinguished guests attending the 5th CBBC China Outbound Conference in Shenzhen.

Industry leaders from Britain and China shared their view and experience at a range of panel discussions. COO of ABP London, John Miu pointed out at the “London Calling Chinese Investors” panel discussion, “London is the capital of global finance and innovation with transparent business environment, innovative capacity and comprehensive system, which enabled the success of many foreign business including ABP’s achievement at Royal Albert Dock and will continue to support many new comers.

 

ABP at the business match-making session
ABP at the business match-making session
Over 800 distinguished guests attended the 5th CBBC China Outbound Conference in Shenzhen
Over 800 distinguished guests attended the 5th CBBC China Outbound Conference in Shenzhen
Sunny Tao, CEO of Tian An Cyber Park Group (middle) and John Miu, COO of ABP London (right)
Sunny Tao, CEO of Tian An Cyber Park Group (middle) and John Miu, COO of ABP London (right)

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