Having stayed in Chengdu for 6 years, Mr. Panesar has seen the city’s remarkable improvement in its environment. “Being a melting pot and a great talent pool, Chengdu is highly inclusive and culturally diversified. I and my friends from other parts of the world really like it,” he said.
The Organic Food Hall is currently under renovation and the BARN pop-up market place will be looking to return in the next year.
1. Get more involved in various entrepreneurship meetups and programs, which can help you to come up with more creative and innovative ideas, develop your business network, and build your own brand rather than a company.
2. Find a strategic local partner willing to think outside of the box.
An Israeli Man Who Promotes Healthy Lifestyles in Chengdu
Matan Malavski, from Israel, teaches self-defense techniques and promotes healthy lifestyles in Chengdu.
May 16, 2016
Local Community Celebrates Earth Day
The Earth Day Festival, co-hosted by the BARN and QSI International School, took place on April 22 at QSI International School in Chengdu.
Apr 28, 2016
Pioneers Laud Startup, Biz Climate
The business magazine Forbes published a list of 300 Asian pioneers under 30 years old in innovation and emerging businesses recently, among whom two work in the Chengdu High-Tech Development zone in Southwest China’s Sichuan province: Li Longfei and Wang Shirui.
May 14, 2016
Rhodes Scholar: Chengdu is the Best Choice for Startup
Twenty two Rhodes scholars had a meeting with hundreds of listeners aspiring to start up their business on March 24 in Chengdu.