TechNode Launches Regional Headquarter in Singapore to Bring China's Tech Ecosystem Closer to Southeast Asia

SINGAPORE, May 30, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- TechNode, a well-known and major player in China's tech scene has chosen Singapore as its first Regional Headquarter outside China. TechNode bridges China to the world through providing essential business development support and the latest news and analysis for companies looking to enter the Chinese market. TechNode is also the Chinese partner for TechCrunch.

TechNode Expands to Singapore
TechNode Expands to Singapore

TechNode has grown to connect more than a million entrepreneurs, investors, corporates, government to the world since our inception in 2007. TechNode's media engages millions of global readers monthly and serves the tech ecosystem through our six business units, including TN Media, TN Inno (corporate innovation services), TN Global, TN Events (branding and event services), TN Data (start-up ecosystem database) and TN VC (venture capital and financing services). In China, major foreign brands ranging from top consumer goods conglomerates to giant automobile manufacturers and property management MNCs trust TechNode to successfully engage the Chinese tech ecosystem.

In SEA, TechNode aims to forge a closer bond between the ASEAN business community and China in the form of investments, networks, and a trusted way to tap into the Chinese market. Companies looking to expand to China now have a trusted and reliable partner to work together to realise their objectives and reach out to a new market.

In Singapore, TechNode has been active in building partnerships with the community, including WeWork SEA, the National Research Foundation (NRF), SGTech, Vertex Ventures, NUS Enterprise, and CapitaLand, to name a few. Singapore is often the first port of call for Chinese business looking to go global and is a perfect fit with its competitive business environment and highly international market.

TechNode's expansion is a natural part of the deepening cross-border commercial ties between China and SEA. In 2017, more Chinese companies move into Southeast Asia. Giants like Alibaba and Tencent deepened their presence there while smaller companies like Ofo, Mobike, and YITU began to positively engage the ASEAN region. This trend will only accelerate in 2018. And it's not just Chinese companies going out, from January to July 2017, amongst the top ten nations and regions investing in China included: Hong Kong (US$ 52.57B), Taiwan Province (US$ 3.26B) and Singapore (US$ 2.81B).



Media Contact:

Tan Shi Hui
Country Manager
TechNode Singapore
+65 8128 5061

Stanley Chong
Business Development
TechNode Singapore
+65 9690 1079

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