TEL AVIV, Israel, Sept. 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Techcode Venture Development Co., Ltd. ("Techcode") attended the Israel session of the upcoming 2017 China Mass Entrepreneurship and Innovation Forum on September 6. The company will be a key participant at the forum's main session in Shanghai, and in other sessions in Beijing and other cities across China, and special sessions outside the country where it will be a showcase for innovation among Chinese firms in their overseas initiatives.
Techcode plans to hold four special sessions, in succession, in Silicon Valley, Tel Aviv, Helsinki, and the German state of Brandenburg. As part of the second overseas session, Techcode Israel joined hands with the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the municipal government of Tel Aviv to host the Tel Aviv Entrepreneurial Competition Winners Meeting. Zheng Xiaoxing, general manager of Techcode Israel, gave a presentation on Techcode's global innovation network and the fast growing innovation ecosystem in China to the 20 corporate winners of the competition and other industry leaders.
Techcode Israel also hosted the Israel heat of the "Clash of the Titans" Global Entrepreneurship Competition in association with Alibaba Cloud, organized lectures on artificial intelligence with Amdocs, and attended Cities Summit in Tel Aviv. By hosting and attending the series of events, Techcode drew much attention across several sectors. News of the event had spread far and wide, with the Deputy Mayor of Marseilles and the director of Carrefour Innovation Center in France leading delegations that attended Techcode Israel.
Techcode plans to hold additional sessions in several Chinese cities, including Shanghai, Beijing, Nanjing, Chengdu and Guangzhou, from 15 to 21 September, where they will showcase further innovations in technology.
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Founded in 2014, Techcode Venture Development Co., Ltd. focuses on the operation and management of incubators and the dynamic growth of sci-tech startups. Over the past three years, the company has established physical incubators in Silicon Valley, Tel Aviv, Seoul, Berlin, Helsinki, and built platforms that use online to leverage offline activities (O2O platforms) by bringing together considerable resources from industry, academe, the public sector, finance and research. The company has explored a path to forming innovation clusters through the establishment and cultivation of industry incubators and by boosting research and development via a focus on innovation at a regional level.