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Chaired by Israeli Entrepreneur, Dr Yossi Vardi and the Guangzhou Municipal Government, powered by unbound and Oscar4B, the Guangzhou International Innovation Festival will be a coming together of innovators and thought leaders from around the world.
The festival will bring together more than 1,000 founders, entrepreneurs, makers, investors, corporate & brand executives and opinion formers from China, Singapore, Israel, Europe, USA, and beyond.
Truly cross-industry, The Guangzhou International Innovation Festival is the bridge between China and the world.
This is the place where brands & corporates connect with start ups & disruptive innovation who come together in a unique environment to forge new relationships, share knowledge and create business opportunities in Guangzhou, China and Asia as a whole.
Welcome to Guangzhou, an international city pulsing with the rhythm of innovation.
Innovation is the beating heart of any great metropolis. For the past two millennia, the city of Guangzhou has been innovating with the times, reinventing itself for new generations.
This December, join us as we celebrate the spirit of innovation that has defined this great city with a festival that showcases everything the City of Flowers has to offer.
Philipp von Hagen
Executive Board Member, Porsche SE
Philipp is member of the Executive Board of Porsche Automobil Holding SE (Porsche SE) responsible for investment management. Porsche SE is a listed holding company, holding the majority of the ordinary shares in the Volkswagen Group...read more
The Guangzhou Library, established by the Guangzhou Municipal Government, was created for the benefit of the general welfare, and to serve as a culture and education institution. It is located on the banks of the Pearl River in Flower City Square and on Guangzhou’s new central axis. The Library faces the Guangzhou Tower, which is the highest tower in China, and is surrounded by the Guangdong Provincial Museum, the Guangzhou Opera House, and the Guangzhou 2nd Children's Palace. It is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful buildings in the province and serves as a place to understand the history and culture of this ancient land.
A visa is required to enter the People's Republic of China. Visas can be obtained in person at the Chinese Embassy or Consulate-General in your area. If visiting the Chinese Embassy or Consulate is not convenient or possible for you, travel and visa agencies also handle the visa process for a fee.
Your passport has to be in the hands of the Chinese authorities for a period of time so that they can approve your visa application and attach the visa documentation to your passport. The visa is in the form of a sticker that is roughly equal to the size of one passport page. They authorities place it in your passport and it can't be removed.
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