Expansion of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area
As China saw rapid development of its economy, business between regions in the Pearl River Delta is growing, with companies now actively encouraged to expand business into the Chinese Mainland. A series of preferential policies, funding resources and assistance have been introduced as the new Greater Bay Area urbanization hub develops, although an unfamiliarity market and policies still presents barriers to entry for the uninitiated.
360 Creative Solution Hong Kong founder Rebecca Wong, seized the opportunity to start up 360 Creative China in China to increase business development in both regions.
Since the branch opened, the company has grown and won praise from many industry parties. In 2020, 360 Creative China and Qingchuang Bay, an incubator hub in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, reached a strategic partnership to help guide Hong Kong- and Macao-based businesses in their ventures.
Rebecca was awarded an Outstanding Businesswomen Award in 2019, while her team received the Outstanding Business Leadership Award from the Hong Kong Chamber of Commerce. The company also picked up an Outstanding Business Enterprise Award from China’s Top 100 Enterprises Platinum Achievement Award in 2019.
360 has fully utilized the resources of the industry and vigorously promotes business cooperation and exchange between Guangdong, Hong Kong, and Macau Youth Innovation Projects. It provides consulting services for Hong Kong and Macau enterprises to run projects in the Mainland, and assists in government funding applications, and project investment planning.
360 remains committed to helping local merchants more effectively and accurately leverage the strength and opportunity offered by the huge mainland market.
Comprehensive guide to locations in the Greater Bay Area
On February 18, 2019, the outline for the “Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area” was released. The emergent urbanization hub, also known as the Greater Bay Area, will bring together Guangdong’s nine municipalities and two Special Administrative regions, Hong Kong and Macau. Already 22 start up incubators and entrepreneurial hubs from Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan operate in districts across Guangzhou, connecting provincial and municipal governments, and have attracted about 290 start up and young enterprise teams in Hong Kong and Macau. The Haizhu District of Guangzhou, in particular, cultivates Hong Kong and Macau business innovation and entrepreneurship, in sectors including innovation, e-commerce, biotechnology, art and animation, and traditional industries. The area will also be a center for innovation and development of the country’s future 5G digital economy.
Pazhou Qingchuang Base in Haizhu District
Government Policy, Business Registration, Legal Taxation, Rental
Capital Investment, Assist Management, Policy Registration, Tax Deduction
Marketing Concepts & Technical Support, Brand Promotion, Event Management
Project Cooperation, Community Operation, Business Expansion
Recruitment, Lifestyle Service ICP, EDI Knowledge copyright
•Allocated over 200 billion to support enterprise development in the Mainland
•More than 2,200 projects funded by national, provincial and municipal governments
•Projects include the development of innovation, e-commerce, biotechnology, art and animation, and traditional industries
•Topics to assist Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan youth innovation and entrepreneurship
•Provide comprehensive talent protection and intellectual support
•Subsidies for transportation and accommodation
Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Youth Innovation and Entrepreneurship
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