UN-Habitat Youth Innovation and Entrepreneurship Awards has walked into Inno Way in Zhongguancun, China’s silicon valley, to promote the Chinese version of the submission entry of the Awards and conduct a two-day exchange with many innovators and entrepreneurs.
As required by Chinese young innovators and entrepreneurs, UN-Habitat Youth Innovation and Entrepreneurship Awards launched the Chinese version of the submission entry of the Awards in early August. Chinese applicants can log on the submission webpage to check out the application guidelines and apply for the Awards in Chinese. Click here for the Chinese Version submission entry.
Inno Way now becomes a talent pool of Chinese innovators and entrepreneurs. During the two-day promotion, information, dissemination and on-site interaction, many innovators and entrepreneurs were attracted. Chinese star Jing Boran also promoted this activity on internet and hoped to employ his social influence to inspire more Chinese youth to go to the international platform with their dream.