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SinoSwiss Holding partners with SSP

In search for innovative Swiss, International and Start-up companies

Zurich, Switzerland, 4. March, 2020

Sino Swiss Business Incubation Competition ((SSBICom) is a search for innovative Swiss and International start-ups or SMEs that have unique potential to grow in the Chinese market.

The chosen companies will be rewarded with a valuable professional China market entrance package and a complimentary base in one of China's leading business innovation districts, Chongqing Liang jiang New Area's SinoSwiss TechnoPark.

SinoSwiss Holding (SSH) invests, manages and grows a variety of assets across a number of different industries and sectors. These currently include both direct private equity investments and licenses for the operation of established businesses.

Furthermore, the strategic system established by SinoSwiss Holding actively works with Swiss and International companies throughout the whole process of establishing themselves in the Chinese market.

A Swiss based dedicated team from SSH and SSP will provide and support Swiss and International start-ups with local points of contact and advisors.

Access to a USD 12 billion investment fund will be available, supporting Swiss and International companies to access China with a guaranteed focus on innovations and sustainability.

Key selection criteria include:

  • Sector: Competition is not industry specific, companies with unique specialisations such as IP, disruptive technologies will have an advantage

  • Innovation: Your project must be original. It should be an advance on existing solutions or services already available

  • Readiness: The business must at least be supported by a working prototype, conceptual entries are not considered

  • Entrepreneurial leadership: The management team should be entrepreneurs or people with strong entrepreneurial potential

  • Solutions: The company's products or services must be different to those currently on the market either new or smarter, cheaper, or upgraded versions

  • Commercialisation: The project must have strong potential to be commercialised, with a clear vision for market entry and subsequent growth strategy

  • Economic viability: The project should be a viable financial proposition for investors or incubators

  • Scalability: The company should have the potential to grow in significant market sectors and within multiple verticals or layers

Second from right Mr Felix Sutter SSP Member of the Global Advisory Board and Chairman of Swiss Chinese Chamber of Commerce


From Switzerland to the heart of China

The Smart China Expo based in the southwest China megacity of Chongqing is one of the world’s major tech exhibitions attracting Fortune 500 decision makers, leading academics and business leaders from around the world, as well as hundreds of Chinese investors and international companies. In 2019, the event saw agreements on 530 projects worth around Rmb 816.9 billion in investment. The projects concluded were a variety of innovative technologies across a number of industries and sectors.

SinoSwiss Techno park is supported by both Chinese and Swiss government organisations and is set to become a major hub for Swiss / International high tech and advanced industries in the heart of China.

The 2020 Smart Expo will be hosting a range of conferences, exhibitions, competitions and forums.

For disruptive innovations, the Expo is a key opportunity to effectively network with key government and industry members from across China.

For further information please contact SSP:

  • Fabian Mahalingam, Executive Partner Head Of Business Development,

  • Benedikt Rieger, Partner and Senior Relationship Manager,

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