2019-03-27 02:16:24 source: 杭州市余杭区
Located in the suburb of Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province and just 3 kilometers away from the Chinese internet conglomerate Alibaba Group, Dream Town, a town transformed from 12 granaries, is now an incubation center of makers.
The town, which was built on August 2014 and covered an area of three square kilometers, has grown up to be a world-level internet venture base. The start-up stories of combing internet entrepreneurship with capital are happening every day here. Since its operation on March 28, 2015, the town has attracted a huge amount of talents, capitals to help ideas grow into businesses. A big share of its entrepreneurs is post-90s generation.
Dream Town offers successful applicants free office space, cash subsidies and training. Already home to hundreds of small businesses, the incubator hopes to eventually attract 10,000 university graduates to set up startups.
As Jack Ma, the co-founder of Alibaba Group, said in interviews, Beijing is the hub for state-owned enterprises; Shanghai attracts multinationals; Hangzhou likes entrepreneurs and people from nothing building an app. And Dream Town of Hangzhou is just the place for those who have a dream.
(Executive Editor: Yongliu HE)