Foshan High-end Talents Station unveiled
2019-12-12 10:29

On 11th November, Foshan High-end Talents Station along with the High-end Talents Industrial Park was unveiled in Foshan National High-tech Industry Development Park. The station aims to integrate domestic and international expertise and technological resources and to become the first pioneering base in Guangdong or even China in scientific and technological achievement transformation.


With a total area of 8,000 meter squares, the High-end Station is a public service platform organized by Guangdong province and Foshan city to solicit high-level intellectuals, projects development and investment. The High-end Talents Industrial Park, based on the High-end Talent Station, is relying on the well-equipped industry infrastructure in Foshan National High-tech Industry Development Park. It has therefore captivated lots of experts, high-end talents from home and abroad. It is also devoted in building a doctorate-based, ten-billion industrial park.


‘Intellectuals are the pivotal in developing a city’ Said Yang Zhaohui, the minister of organization of the Standing Committee of Foshan. Foshan will always regard innovation and intellectuals resources as its prime driving forces of development. Dedicated to bringing in enormous time, efforts and reputations, Foshan is ambitious in advancing intellectual development and regulatory reform via intellectual advantages transformed into innovative and developing advantages. This fully reflects the firm resolve in implementing the strategy for invigorating China through science and education outlined in the 19th CPC Central Committee, which continues to chart the chapter of Foshan on its new journey to intellectual development.


At the opening ceremony , the plaques named ‘the Service Window of International Talents for One-stop Service in the Greater Bay Area’ and ‘ Guangdong High-end Talents Services Foshan Branch’ were granted and unveiled. There has been so far 12 organizations landed at the station as strategic partners including Chinese Academy of Science in Shenzhen Advance Technology Research, Clout Computation Center, along with 12 signed projects from Foshan Chip Development Technology Center and University of California, United States.