Tellhow E-style, the internet-based big data industrial park in Guian New Area, Guizhou province, will welcome its first batch of businesses in the second half of the year.
The park, jointly developed by Tencent and Tellhow Group, is the first of its kind in China, claims the local government. The first-phase project, covering 100,000 square meters, is slated to be completed this year.
Developers said companies there will enjoy office facilities, commuting facilities, healthcare, online trading and property management services.
Tellhow E-styles operation model is completely different from traditional industrial parks, said Qiu Jun, general manager of Tellhow Groups Guizhou branch.
We plan to promote a sharing economy in the park, Qiu said.
We will use big data technologies to analyze the common features and uniqueness of businesses to help them lower costs and enhance efficiency, Qiu said.
Tellhow is one of the companies that participated in setting up Chinas smart city standards. Our business achieved outstanding results in sectors such as smart energy, smart healthcare and smart government system design.
Tellhow has supported several government projects in Guian over the past few years including its recent cloud system development, Qiu said.
The parks construction will be completed in 2020 to serve 800 companies, said Jiang Bing, customer relations manager at Tellhow. The park will create up to 10,000 jobs upon completion.
Companies can book meeting rooms and cars through our cloud system. The system can also help shops in the park deliver goods to buyers in 15 minutes, Jiang added.
Tellhow Guian Digital and Cultural Industrial Park, which is a part of Tellhow E-style, has attracted more than 30 leading companies, including Tencent, IBM and Frank Russell. The industrial park has many support policies for startups.
We will provide all the necessary support to businesses. We believe there will be many companies looking to establish offices in the park, Qiu said.
The partnership between the Guian government, Tencent and Tellhow will accelerate Guians smart city development, said Ma Changqing, Party chief and head of the administrative committee of Guian New Area.
Li Guoping from Peking University said local developers have to consider more about service quality in the parks construction process so as to support businesses growth.
Premium infrastructure is only a part of a smart park. It will not be a good industrial park if there is no professional service team and long-term development goal, Li said.
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(China Daily 05/16/2016 page10)