A close look at the national technology business incubator. [Photo/WeChat account: gh_306bee9ab06e]
The Taixing High-tech Zone in Taixing – a county-level city administered by Taizhou city in East China's Jiangsu province – was recently honored with a third award from the latter metropolis, in recognition of its sci-tech innovation efforts and achievements.
Last year, it ranked 28th in an innovation development assessment of all high-tech zones in the province.
Based on the infrastructure of three bases and five centers, the zone has been promoting the core competitiveness of its talent, technology and innovation.
Beneficial policies have been implemented there, with 50 enterprises in the zone receiving a total of 7.02 million yuan ($1.02 million) in funds.
Refining its working mechanism, it explored an innovation cooperation pattern called "1+1+1+N" – which combines government, industry, university, research institutes and capital.
Innovation bodies have also been expanded in the zone, with 37 high-tech enterprises, three provincial high-growth enterprises and 55 small and medium-sized high-tech enterprises.
The zone also promotes the development of platforms, including an incubation base, a sci-tech acceleration base and a testing base – with a total area of 300,000 square meters.
In addition, a national incubator, a provincial incubator, a provincial accelerator and six maker spaces above the city-level have settled there.