CGTN专访:董事长黄秀虹 科技助力企业应对市场变化

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   6月6日,鹏润控股集团董事长黄秀虹出席2018中国企业家年会时接受了中国国际电视台(CGTN)的专访,畅谈企业未来的发展。黄秀虹在采访中强调科技是整个社会的未来,也是鹏润的未来,所以科技投资能够助力企业应对市场变化。2018年鹏润全新布局科技领域,利用大数据、云计算等技术手段实现业务创新。

 

    如今中国成为世界第二大经济体,实体经济企业利润正在稳步提升。随着市场的发展变化,企业需要深化改革,加快科技创新。黄秀虹再次强调人才是创新的根基,培育符合创新发展要求的人才队伍,厚植社会基础才能促进企业发展,助力应对市场变化。


以下为中国国际电视台(CGTN)报道原文


Chinese businesses see technology investment as the way to hedge against risks

 

Chinese businesses see technology investment as the way to hedge against current trade and policy risks – that was the consensus from CEOs attending the recent annual China Enterprises Summit in Jiangyin City, east China's Jiangsu Province.

 

The pulse of the real economy is humming. Profits are picking up pace thanks to faster production and supply side reforms, but the corporate sector is not being complacent.

 

Huaxi Village, known as China's No.1 village, which used to be heavily steel-dependent, has shut down nine plants in the past few years and is investing in display technology, financial services. Wu Xie’en, the Party chief of Huaxi, said that they “started reforms on HR (and) organization structure to revitalize the company.”

 

Chinese retail giant Gome is also trying to make improvements. Its board member Huang Xiuhong, who is also the chairwoman of Eagle Holdings, said that they want Gome to go beyond appliance retail to build a smart homes eco-system. She continued that sales are expected to grow 50-70 percent this year, since “our mobile platforms are going to get smarter and offer fuller services.”

 

Far East Holdings Group is an example, as well. The company last year invested in a 1.8 billion US dollar joint venture with Detroit Electric to produce electric cars. The company will be rolling out more models internationally, according to its Chairman Jiang Xipei.

 

On the hot button China-US trade issue, CEOs were in wait-and-see mode. “We'd be more cautious about overseas expansion. There are many policy developments we don't understand. I think the Chinese market is big enough,” Huang noted. Jiang hold the similar opinion and said, “We'd be more cautious about US investments in the future, because we want to make sure the macro environment is positive for our business.”

 

The CEOs not only discussed the challenges, tighter financing conditions, stricter environment rules and trade uncertainties, but they are also finding the opportunities from new energy, seeking new partners, freer trade.

 

The one thing they all have in common is the thirst for technology talent. “The hard thing is getting talent in high tech, new technologies, right now almost all companies want to get into tech, it takes considerable time to build up the talent pool and reward them,” Huang told CGTN.

 

I think getting talent is not just about money, we need to give them acceptance, to back them up when they're being misunderstood or run into difficulties,” Wu mentioned.

 

My biggest concern is talent. We used to lack technology, capital, management experience, now we hope the real economy can attract more top graduates from all disciplines,” Jiang Deyi, chairman of BBMG Corporation stressed on talent, too.

 

Unlike past years when the "real economy" sounded staid compared to financial expansion, property speculation and overseas spending sprees, the 2018 mood is “back to basics” – a strategy that should help corporate China ride out the current policy turbulence. 


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