Strategie and Development – International

ADECOL in HANGZHOU for new businesses …

While a delegation of Lyon taken by his mayor G. Collomb planned a travel in China from 22 till 27 June with a visit to Hangzhou, Daniel Suissa although invited to participate in this trip, decided to call ahead and go alone. Or almost. Indeed, a company the Rhône Alpine had also made the journey to meet a Chinese investor. To the program also, the meetings with many Chinese industrialists in particular in domains of the e-commerce. A busy week and good prospects for the coming months.

ADECOL met chinese industrial companies in Jiangmen




During our visit to the Guangdong Province, we could appreciate the hospitality of our Chinese hosts.

From left to right:

General Manager Tang Wendong, Wang Mou (Hong Kong) Development Limited

Professor & Director Lin Xun Liang, School of Business Administration, Guangdong University of Finance & Economics

General Manager & Senior Engineer Li Shiqi, Jiangmen P.E.F. Co., Ltd.

Chief Technical Officer Hubert Martin, Adecol

Founder & President Daniel Suissa, Adecol

Chief Economic Manager Guan Kaining, Jiangmen Economic & Information Technology Bureau

President Feng Xuchu, Jiangmen Intellectual Equipment Manufacturing Research Institute

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Province of the Guangdong 2015

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