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“Beijing Top 30 Cultural and Creative Enterprises with the Most Investment Value" List to be Released on the 6th China Cultural and Financial Innovation Summit

Sep 6, 2017 3:59:41 PM

The 12th China Beijing International Cultural & Creative Industry Expo (hereinafter referred to as ICCIE 2017) will be held from September 11 to September 13 in Beijing. The 6th China Cultural and Financial Innovation Summit, one of the activities for the promotion and transaction section, will be held in early September, and “Beijing Top 30 Cultural and Creative Enterprises With the Most Investment Value” list will also be released then.

 

The 6th China Cultural and Financial Innovation Summit hosted by the Cultural and Creative Industry Promotion Center of Beijing and presented by the Zero2IPO Group, is aimed at integrating the high-end resources of the financial and cultural industries, exploring the industry trends, and utilizing capital strength to promote the integrative development of the cultural and creative industries. This year’s summit will include keynote speeches, expert dialogue, exhibition of high-quality projects and many other activities. The participants will discuss and share opinions on topics like how to construct a cultural ecological circle, the innovative combination of culture and PPP, the outgrowth of cultural industries’ new forms and investment opportunities, and cross-border integration and innovation around “culture +”, and promote high-quality cultural and creative projects.

 

At the awarding and signing ceremony of the 6th China Cultural and Financial Innovation Summit, “Beijing Top 30 Cultural and Creative Enterprises With the Most Investment Value” list will be released and the listed enterprises will be invited as representatives of cultural and creative enterprises to attend the summit, in order to effectively join the investment and financing parties. Furthermore, this year’s summit will combine the current market focus of cultural consumption and the strategic integration trend of “cultural+”, based on the achievements of previous summits, to expand channel models like venture investment, bank credit and Internet financial financing, thus to continuously promote the development of cultural and creative industries through financial innovation.