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TusHoldings Delegation Visits DenmarkPrint

Post Time:2018-10-23

During October 19-20, 2018, under the efficient operation and coordination of Tus-S&T Service Group and Tus Luxembourg, the delegation of TusHoldings participated in the first P4G (Partnering for Green Growth and the Global Goals) Copenhagen Summit. The Prime Minister of Denmark, the President of South Korea, the President of Ethiopia, the Prime Minister of Vietnam, the Prime Minister of the Netherlands, the Special Envoy and the Minister of Science and Technology of the Chinese Government, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Japan, the Crown Prince and Crown Princess of Denmark and many other political leaders attended the summit. Herbert CHEN, COO of TusHoldings, spoke at the summit on behalf of TusHoldings, introduced the sustainable business model of the science parks under TusHoldings, shared the experience of TusHoldings in the construction and development of the university science parks and the contributions of TusHoldings to the technological innovation and economic growth of the society and cities, and won great interest and recognition from the summit participants. During the summit, Herbert CHEN was also invited to a banquet hosted by Queen Margrethe II of Denmark at the Christiansborg Palace.

Herbert CHEN, COO of TusHoldings (right), speaking at the first P4G Copenhagen Summit.

Poulsen, Danish Minister for Employment (third from left), met the delegation of TusHoldings.

On the afternoon of October 20, Poulsen, Danish Minister for Employment met the delegation of TusHoldings at the Danish Ministry for Employment. During the talk, Herbert CHEN reported to Minister Poulsen in detail about the purpose and results of the visit. Minister Poulsen expressed his gratitude for the warm reception he received during his visit to TusHoldings in Beijing. He said he was deeply impressed by TusHoldings’ efforts and achievements in building an overall innovation ecosystem, would give full support and cooperation for the establishment and development of Tus-Nordic Innovation Hub in Denmark in the future, and was full of expectations for its role in promoting business matching and cooperation between the two sides.

TusHoldings delegation is visiting Symbion.

During the period of October 17-23, the delegation of TusHoldings visited more than a dozen Danish science and technology innovation institutions, including University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen Business School, Technical University of Denmark Science Park, University of Southern Denmark, Aarhus University, Copenhagen Fintech Accelerator, Cobis Copenhagen Bio Science Park, Symbion & Accelerace, Odense Robotics Startup Hub, UAS Denmark, Danish Food Valley, Aarhus Agricultural Science Park, Aarhus University Incuba Science Park and Nordbo Robotics, and made an on-the-spot investigation of the Danish technological innovation and entrepreneurship ecology, industry clustering, leading industries, etc. During the visit, the delegation discussed the concept and model of cooperation in the establishment of Tus-Nordic Innovation Hub with various institutions, and received positive responses from the institutions visited. At present, TusHoldings is maintaining close communication with relevant institutions, actively and quickly promoting the establishment of Tus-Nordic Innovation Hub and various specific business cooperation work.

Representatives from TusHoldings, Tus-S&T Service Group, Tus Luxembourg, Zhejiang Zhongyi Tus, Zhejiang Robot Industry Co., Ltd. and United Food Holdings Ltd. also participated in this visit in succession. Everyone said that the potential for cooperation with the Nordic countries was huge, and expected that Tus-Nordic Innovation Hub would be established early and become a pragmatic bridge and link between the various business segments of TusHoldings and the Nordic countries.