Hebei Baoding Delegation Visited Shenzhen and UCLan Technology (Shenzhen) Ltd 

On 15 August 2017, Hebei Baoding delegation paid their visit to Shenzhen and UCLan Technology (Shenzhen) Ltd, absorbing the Shenzhen advanced innovative and entrepreneurial concepts, high-calibre personnel supporting policies, overseas innovation centres and etc. On 1 April 2017, An National New Zone has been confirmed to build up in Xiong An by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the State Council, which is a major historic strategy made by President Xi Jinping and the Party Central Committee. Xiong An New Zone will become another National New Zone after Shenzhen Special Economic Zona and Shanghai Pudong New Zone. 


The Hebei Baoding delegates inculded Mao Suyu, Director of Development and Reform Commission of Baoding Municipality, Zang Xianghui, Deputy Director of Administrative Committee of Baoding Economic Development Zone, Yue Ruibo, Director of Department of HR of Great Wall Motor Company Limited, Xing Zhiyong, General Manager of Hebei University Science and Technology Park and etc. In the meeting, Palace Peng, Chief Representative of University of Central Lancashire and General Manager of UCLan Technology (Shenzhen) Ltd, has introduced the development of Shenzhen Virtual University Park and further discussed how to facilitate the incubation of Sino-UK Hi-tech projects, help the Hebei leading enterprises engage in international market and bring in more talents by setting up an overseas innovation centre, the collaboration of Industry-Academy-Research and government supporting policies.


UCLan Technology (Shenzhen) Ltd (“UTSL”) is a wholly owned overseas subsidiary of University of Central Lancashire (“UCLan”). UTSL is directly under the Department of Innovation and Enterprise of UCLan, aiming to develop the innovation and entrepreneurship among UCLan and even the whole UK and China, focusing on Sino-UK Industry-Academy-Research collaborations, commercialising the UCLan’s technology outcomes and seeking Chinese partnerships for UCLanac ademics and experts. In 2014, approved by Ministry of Education of P.R.C, the HBU-UCLan School of Media, Communication and Creative Industries (“the HBU-UCLan”) has officially recruited students. The HBU-UCLan was jointly established by Hebei University and UCLan, which plays an important role as one of UCLan international strategies.