Master Heller Invited to 18th Zhejiang Investment & Trade Symposium
The 18th Zhejiang Investment & Trade Symposium took place once again in Ningbo, China, between 8 – 12 June 2016. Themed “intensified collaboration and mutual benefit”, the symposium hoped to accelerate the introduction of business from Zhejiang abroad and vice versa. A series of events were thus organised, including industry connection, project promotion and agreement signing, bilateral international investment and investment research. Features such as industry promotion, project negotiation and highlighted bilateral investment were further reinforced. Moreover, new forms of investment and negotiations were explored, while the actual effect of the level of resource sharing and investment negotiation of foreign investors were maximally elevated. The participation standard of Zhejiang in international collaboration is consequently comprehensively enhanced.
The speech of Master Mathis Heller was primarily based on the value of design, in which illustrated how design acts as a value-driving force when combined with a brand, particularly in the automobile industry. Furthermore, Master Heller innovatively presented his personal interpretation of the roll of design in Industry 4.0. He also mentioned how value design solved problems, particularly major problems in metropolises, that is, mobility in future urban living. The abundant examples and extensive quotes and citations of Master Heller have won him a round of applause. His specialised interpretation of and unique views on industrial design and design value greatly impressed everyone.
China Zhejiang Trade & Investment Symposium (Zhejiang Symposium) is hosted by Zhejiang Provincial People’s Government, and is an open annual comprehensive economic and trade communication event. It has successfully taken place 17 times since 1999 and signed 3,701 foreign-invested projects, attracted USD52.14 billion foreign investments and generated USD8.78 billion worth of trade transactions. The symposium has attracted over 170,000 participants from over 100 countries throughout the years, and introduced domestic and foreign talent and science and technological achievements.