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4 New Highlights of CHTF 2017
News sources:CHTF Organizing Committee Release Date:2017-08-28

As a leading platform aimed at gathering innovation resources, promoting industrial upgrade, boosting growth of emerging industries, and accelerating exchanges of talents and technologies, CHTF 2017 will present a new hi-tech show to exhibitors and visitors with several major highlights.

1. Abundant new National hi-tech projects to be displayed

A number of national departments, bureaus and institutions are preparing to exhibit their newest hi-tech projects and achievements in national policy, economic structure, 5G, agriculture, intellectual property strategy, etc.

2. Emerging industries to get more exposure

CHTF 2017 will promote hi-tech innovation and cooperation among different organizations and countries. Apart from dozens of university delegations and international delegations from countries/organizations like Czech Republic, Germany, Russia, South Korea, Bahrain, Malaysia, France, Portugal, Argentina, Armenia, EU, Daedeok, KOCCA, TEEMA and HKSIA, there will also be special zones for hi-tech start-ups and Makers. At CHTF 2017, start-up enterprises and Makers can display their technologies, innovations and projects while establishing relations with VC institutions and agencies to accelerate the idea-to-mass production process.

3. Three new exhibitions to debut

CHTF 2017 will add three new exhibitions, namely New Material, Smart Healthcare, and Civil Application of Military Technology to the exhibition lineup that already include IT, Energy Conservation & Environmental Protection, Green Buildings, Advanced Manufacturing Technology, Smart City, Optoelectronics Display, and Aerospace & Aviation Technology.

4. High-level government officials and renowned industry leaders to speak in Forums

At CHTF 2017, China Hi-Tech Forum will be held along with other ministry-level forums and press conferences. China Hi-Tech Forum, as an integral part of CHTF 2017, will invite a number of government officials in related departments and renowned entrepreneurs. So far, 14 Nobel laureates, over 100 ministry-level dignitaries and over 400 multinational corporation leaders have been invited to give speeches and share insights on the latest trends in the science and finance world. This year, distinguished guests will make four rounds of speeches focusing on the theme “Innovation-Driven Development & Supply Quality Upgrade”.