ChinaCache Attended UK Chancellor Activity - CDN Driving Economic Development

BEIJING, Sept. 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- UK Chancellor George Osborne paid a visit to China in September. Taking this opportunity, the British Embassy in Beijing and UK Trade and Investment organized a high-profile conference, themed as Technology Drives Economic Development - Dialogue with UK Chancellor George Osborne, on Sept. 20 in Beijing, as his first stop during his visit in China. ChinaCache, as a representative of Chinese science and technology enterprises with branch offices in UK, was invited to attend the conference.

During the conference, delegates from Chinese and British science and technology enterprises discussed together the key role that science and technology played in driving China-British economies. Britain, as one of the major economic powers in the world and in Europe, is the preferred foothold for Chinese enterprises to develop in Europe. Especially with the rising of global science and technology wave, more and more top-class Chinese enterprises build their overseas branches and technical platforms in the UK.

ChinaCache, a pioneer leading the Chinese CDN industry to develop overseas business, set up its branches and R&D centers in high-tech industry core areas in Asia Pacific and North America in its early years. ChinaCache's European company was established formally in early 2015, including an office in London, to make full use of the UK's high quality local customers, Chinese enterprises overseas branch resources, leading technology and network advantages, and proactively expand European business, integrated with ChinaCache own development needs. ChinaCache has been committed to change the Internet through the power of science and technology, enabling global Internet users to enjoy the fun brought by science and technology.

George Osborne was accompanied by Lord Jim O'Neil, British Business Secretary, Former Chief Economist of Goldman, and BRIC concept proposer, Sherry Madera, British Embassy Minister-Counsellor, and British business representatives.


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