Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou have been China’s business hubs for decades. But Internet enterprises and the IT companies are moving to second-tier cities such as Chengdu and Wuhan. Often, companies and their host cities seem to hit it off effortlessly, with a reciprocal exchange of benefits. Some companies bleed their host cities and move on when they reduce the incentives. In this article from All Weather TMT, a Chinese website on tech business news, reporter Yao Xinlu explores corporate migrations, and shares her tips on how cities should promote themselves to companies.
About the Author
Yao Xinlu is a writer for All Weather TMT, a website that provides tech business information to help investors understand technology.