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The 16th ICIF got fruits on attracting investment in New Zealand, Australia and Singapore.

Time:2019-11-29   Source:www.cnicif.com

From November 18th to 27th, entrusted by the Organizing Committee of China (Shenzhen) International Cultural Industries Fair, Mr. Chen Yin, Secretary of the Party Committee and Chairman of Shenzhen Press Group, and Chairman of Shenzhen International Cultural Industry Fair Co., Ltd. led the delegation to visit New Zealand, Australia and Singapore to carry out promotion activities of the 16th ICIF and achieved fruitful results.

Successfully held the 16th ICIF overseas promotion conference in Brisbane, Australia

On November 21, the ICIF delegation held the 16th ICIF overseas promotion conference in Brisbane, Australia, and introduced ICIF to Australian local cultural and creative institutions and companies.More than 50 representatives from local Australian cultural and creative organizations participated in this promotion.

The 16th ICIF overseas promotion conference was successfully held in Brisbane, Australia.

Reached cooperation results by visiting public sector and well-known cultural organizations 

During the visit, the delegation visited some cultural organizations including Economic and Commercial Section of the Consulate-General of the PRC in Sydney, Economic and Commercial Section of the Consulate-General of the PRC in Adelaide, and the Economic and Commercial Counselor’s Office of the Embassy of the PRC in the Republic of Singapore, Brisbane City Hall, Creative Industries Precinct of The Queensland University of Technology, Singularity University, Art Gallery of New South Wales, State Library of South Australia, Chao Shan General Association of New Zealand, Singapore Gardens by the Bay Cultural and Creative Centre to discuss cultural industry cooperation issues.

Officials from various government departments, cultural institutions and representatives from chambers of commerce have expressed their expectations and interest on cooperation with ICIF in the future, and stated that they will set up a specialized working group for organizing cultural organizations to participate in the 16th ICIF and hope to carry out in-depth cooperation in various fields of the cultural industry. 

The delegation visited  and signed strategic cooperation agreements with Chao Shan General Association of New Zealand.

Signed strategic cooperation agreements, and enterprises from the three countries will participate in the 16th ICIF to jointly write a new chapter in cultural cooperation

During the visit, ICIF signed strategic cooperation agreements with cultural organizations like Australia China Innovation Centre, Chao Shan General Association of New Zealand. Moreover, organizations from New Zealand and Singapore will make debut in the 16th ICIF, and organizations from Australia will bring more outstanding contents to the exhibition. Thus, the content of the ‘Belt & Road • International Hall’ of the 16th ICIF will be further strengthened.

ICIF signed strategic cooperation agreements with Australia China Innovation Centre.

As the only national, international and comprehensive exhibition in China, China (Shenzhen) International Cultural Industry Fair is an important platform for China's cultural industry to ‘go global’. The 16th ICIF will be held in May, 2020 in Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center, which is the main venue covering over 105,000㎡. The 16th ICIF will set 10 exhibition halls comprised of Cultural Industries Hall (Hall 1), Culture and Tourism Hall (Hall 2), Film and Animation • Smart Radio and Television Hall (Hall 3), Media Convergence • Press and Publication Hall (Hall 4), Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Cultural Industries Hall (Hall 5), The Belt & Road • International Hall (Hall 6), Art Hall (Hall 7), Creative Design Hall (Hall 8A, new), Intangible Cultural Heritage Hall (Hall 8B), Arts and Crafts Hall (Hall 9). The 16th ICIF will further enhance the internationalization of the exhibition. The Belt & Road • International Hall will focus on the introduction of cultural technology, creative design, cultural tourism, arts and crafts, cultural education, distinctive cultural products and other categories of exhibits to showcase the achievements of cooperation in the global cultural and economic fields to further promote foreign cultural trade.