Zhengzhou evening news: the list of Forbes potential enterprises, Zhengzhou has three seats

Zhengzhou evening news2017-09-04SHARE:

A total of four companies in Henan province listed on Forbes China's list of potential companies in 2017, three of which are Zhengzhou enterprises. Forbes China announced at the same time, in May this year will be held in Zhengdong new district "2017 Forbes China potential enterprise innovation summit and 2017 Forbes China's most potential enterprise awards ceremony", the country's 220 listed companies will be in Zhengzhou came together, communicate with each other, seek common development.

It has been 12 years since the first "Forbes China 100" was launched in 2005. The list of potential "2017 China enterprise is divided into" the Forbes list of China's listed companies potential enterprise ", "the Forbes list of China's new three board potential enterprise", "the Forbes list of potential companies non-listed companies in China" three categories, Forbes comprehensive, independent research for China's small and medium-sized enterprises, and respectively presented for the first time listed companies list of potential companies and unlisted companies list of potential companies and notable new three board enterprise list, a total of 220 companies listed, record the most.

In the "Forbes list of China's listed companies potential enterprises, a total of 100 companies, more than half, distributed in Guangdong, Zhejiang and Beijing, Hong Kong and the pharmaceutical industry accounted for over 20% at most, followed by the software industry. There are three companies in our province. They are Zhengzhou Hanwei electron, “new open source” of Jiaozuo, Zhengzhou Antu biology. In addition, there are also 100 companies on the Forbes list of China's new three board potential companies list, with Zhengzhou J&T Hi-Tech listed on the list.

Forbes China's list of potential companies, as a list of the most growth-oriented in China, is in line with the characteristics of Zhengzhou's emerging cities, Forbes China officials said.

Zheng quoted the reporter Tan Yanfeng

Correspondent Li Pan