In October, Bpifrance and Business France (the national agency for the internationalisation of the French economy) unveiled the 13 winning companies, including Lengow, of the first edition of the “Acceleratech China”.
#Chine : @businessfrance et @Bpifrance inaugurent l’Acceleratech China avec 13 PME françaises http://t.co/1JKhGfMoN9 pic.twitter.com/OWErhgNGIL
— Maddyness (@bymaddyness) 29 Septembre 2015
#China: @businessfrance and @Bpifrance open Acceleratech China with 13 French SMEs.
Aimed at innovative startups and SMEs, this programme, which promotes immersion and acceleration in China, aims to assist the implementation of our business in one of the most dynamic and innovative markets in the world.
Félicitations aux lauréats d’#AcceleratechChina ! @businessfrance pic.twitter.com/ne4Voi93eS
— Bpifrance (@Bpifrance)29 Septembre 2015
Congratulations to #AcceleratechChina prize winners! @businessfrance @Bpifrance
Today, Mickael Froger (CEO, Lengow) and Nenad Cetkovik (COO, Lengow) are starting their 10 day immersion in China’s high-tech environment. This trip will allow them to get a better understanding of the specific characteristics of the Chinese market and its codes, by discovery of 4 main centers of Chinese Tech: Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Hong Kong. The adventure will then continue for 5 companies (selected by the same jury) who will have the opportunity to make a second trip for a month’s acceleration. This second trip will give the 5 winners the opportunity to set up partnerships, meet investors and develop their presence in the Chinese market.
Lengow is honoured to be taking part in the Acceleratech China programme, organized by Business France and BPI, in order to aid its immersion in the Chinese ecommerce market. The Chinese ecommerce market is one of the most dynamic in the world, with very important players; it represents a tremendous driver of growth for a company like Lengow. This visit will allow us to both promote our platform to Chinese merchants who wish to sell their products in Europe and the USA and to allow Western e-merchants to sell their products in this expanding territory. – Mickael Froger
Les lauréats du #Digital #InPulse seront en Chine du 16 au 24 novembre ! https://t.co/UDKjWzdZ2M pic.twitter.com/ZIJywosOje — Huawei France (@HuaweiFr) 27 Octobre 2015
The #Digital #InPulse prize winners will be in China from 16th to 24th November! Huawei France (@HuaweiFr)
In just a few years, China has become a market full of potential, with the growth of a number of key players who have become international giants. These included well-known names such as, Baidu, Tencent, Huawei, and Alibaba, the latter recently achieving more than €13 billion worth of sales in just 24 hours on Singles’ Day, (11th November).
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