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Leading entrepreneurs honored

By Meng Fanbin  (China Daily)

08:36, December 20, 2012

The startup enterprises with most potential and the leading entrepreneurs among returning Chinese students who set up business in pioneering parks were announced at the Pearl River Innovation Forum in Guangzhou, capital of Guangdong province, on Tuesday. Ten people were named 2012 Leading Entrepreneurs and 73 enterprises were awarded the title of Most Potential Start-up Enterprises.

Zou Shenglong, CEO of Shenzhen Xunlei Network Technology Ltd, and Cao Gang, president of Zhantang communication technology (Shanghai) Co Ltd, are among the 10 Leading Entrepreneurs.

More than 300 pioneering parks across the country took part in the selection and recommendation activities.

They evaluated the participating companies' innovation ability, growth ability and industry prospects.

They assessed entrepreneurs from their characters, social influence, industry influence and capital market influence.

The forum was held by China Zhi Gong Party, the Ministry of Science and Technology and the Ministry of Education and Chinese Returned Students Pioneering Park Alliance at Guangzhou Baiyun International Convention Center, in Southeastern Guangdong province.

Experts from new energy, new materials, biological technology and information technology made speeches at the forum on Tuesday.

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