The application for the sixth Shenzhen Industrial Awards was launched yesterday, as announced at a ceremony held at the Shenzhen Media Group (SZMG) Building in Futian District.
The award, jointly organized by the Federation of Shenzhen Industries and Shenzhen Economic Daily, represents the highest honor of Shenzhen’s industries.
Li Yizhong, former minister of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), makes a speech via video link at a ceremony to mark the opening of the sixth Shenzhen Brand Week and 11th World Industrial Development Forum at the Shenzhen Media Group (SZMG) Building in Futian District yesterday. Sun Yuchen
It aims to make full use of the role of Shenzhen industries and companies in high-quality economic development.
The award selection is held every two years.
Since the award’s launch in 2012, a total of 49 enterprises and 45 industrialists have won the honor, according to organizers.
The application, available through the website http://www.fszi.cn, will close March 30, 2023.
At the same time, the Sixth Shenzhen Brand Week and 11th World Industrial Development Forum kicked off at the ceremony yesterday.
Shenzhen Brand Week was jointly held by Federation of Shenzhen Industries, the city’s district-level governments and related institutions.
Nearly 30 activities are slated to be held during the Shenzhen Brand Week to support Shenzhen entrepreneurs to find industrial directions, explore new brand development trends and offer new solutions to brand development bottlenecks.
The city’s nine districts along with Dapeng New Area and Shenshan Special Cooperation Zone will hold a raft of themed activities based on their characteristics to display brand construction results and promote industrial brand integration.
Futian District’s events focus on 5G applications, while Luohu District spotlights the jewelry industry.
In addition, the eighth “International Renowned Brand” and the 19th “Shenzhen Renowned Brand” lists were unveiled at the SZMG Building yesterday.
A total of 11 brands including AUKEY, a consumer electronics designer and manufacturer and Keanda, a brand specializing in rail transit products, were awarded the title of “International Renowned Brand.”
Another 72 local brands won the title of “Shenzhen Renowned Brand,” according to the list.