Shanghai Makes A Push to Help Startups In the City Thrive

By Ilona Dielis, April 11, 2017

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The latest government initiative is making a move to help new ideas turn into reality.

Yesterday, the Human Resources and Social Security Bureau announced a service campaign for startups which will include 300 activities around town, such as promoting startups and additional employment services for college students.  

The events will also include lectures given by business founders, an entrepreneurial training program for students and more public service events.

All types of startups can benefit from the events as they will offer support throughout all stages of starting up a company. The campaign is also combining joint forces - the government, innovation parks, universities and social organization - to bundle their resources in this campaign. 

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