A training session for the Sino-French Sister Parks Innovation and Entrepreneurship Tutor Program was launched in the Sino-French Ecological Park, a project cooperated between Chengdu High-tech Zone and Sophia Antipolis, a leading French technology hub, on June 5 ( local time) in Sophia Antipolis.
Young entrepreneurs from 12 companies in Chengdu High-tech Zone are now on a 10-day study tour in the French technology park, under the tutorship of four French experts and corporate leaders, including CEO of Sophia Antipolis, Mr. Mariali Philippe.
To improve the trainees' abilities of innovation and entrepreneurship, and their team awareness, the training session is aimed to help them to master successful corporate management experience. The Chinese trainees shared views and discussed with their French tutors, counterparts and representatives from local companies, organizations, small businesses and startups with different business models.
Built in 1969, Sophia Antipolis is the first and the largest technology park in Europe. During the 2017 Chengdu Global Innovation and Entrepreneurship Fair convened in May, Chengdu High-tech Zone joined hands with it to establish a union of world-class sci-tech parks.