«The Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, in its 2020 Strategic Innovation Plan, defines as a strategy: the creation of Innovation HUBS that support the fourth industrial revolution, guaranteeing more and better opportunities for employment, economic growth and strengthening of its educational model.»

«With this new space, Tecnológico de Monterrey kick off it’s initiative of Global Innovation HUBS starting with China, looking for the talent attraction, the generation of knowledge, the development of innovative products, and the creation of global technology-based companies.”
Arturo Molina, PhD., Vice Rector for Research, and Technology Transfer.


According to the OECD and according to the Global Innovation Index 2018, China ranks 17th. in the world ranking in innovation, as well as the nation with the highest growth in science and technology investment in recent years. According to the figures of the World Bank, the country invests 2.11% of its Gross Domestic Product in Research and Development.

Zhejiang is an eastern coastal province of China. Zhejiang is bordered by Jiangsu and Shanghai to the north, Anhui to the northwest, Jiangxi to the west, and Fujian to the south. To the east is the East China Sea, beyond which lie the Ryukyu Islands of Japan.

Jianggan is located in Hangzhou City, capital of Zhejiang Province. It is one of the oldest urban districts of the city, located in its eastern side by the Qiantang River. With an area of ​​210 km2 and a population of 400 thousand inhabitants, it is the most strategic area of ​​the city, being the financial and political heart of Hangzhou. In 2016, the Jianggan District hosted the G20 Summit, and prior to that date, it had undergone an accelerated process of modernization and urban renewal. Since then, Jianggan has established itself as the spearhead of the «New Hangzhou», becoming the administrative, cultural and economic center of the area. In 2017, its fiscal income was more than 2 MMDD, an increase of almost 12% over the previous year. In addition, expenditures on investments in infrastructure and support to companies grew by 20% compared to 2016.

The Jianggan government has taken as a priority the attraction and management of talent in high-quality technological projects. In recent years, Jianggan has proclaimed a series of incentives focused on this area, highlighting Startup support programs and subsidies of up to 50% of the total investments required. All this added to the support policies for housing and consulting for companies seeking to promote new technologies for the industry of the XXI century. This is how Jianggan offers a highly attractive ecosystem for international talent that wants to establish itself, climb, link with investors and allies, and access the Chinese market and, consequently, the global market.

Nowadays, the Jianggan government has set up representative offices in New York, Sydney and Frankfurt to undertake exploration and promotion work, recruit highly promising companies to work in conjunction with its research and development centers, its investors and its local companies.


The Innovation Hub Tec-China originates from the alliance between: the Tecnológico de Monterrey, the Mexico-China Center (of Rongda Asia and Zhejiang Mo Ke Technology Co., Ltd.) and the Zhejiang government, China. The HUB arises as a cooperation platform through the exchange of talents and the acceleration of technology and scientific Startups, generating innovations with benefits for both countries.

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