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Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Foreign Talent Service Consortium holds events at 2023 Tianjin Fair

Updated: 2023-12-05 10:43

The Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Foreign Talent Service Consortium organized a series of events at the China Tianjin Investment and Trade Fair (Tianjin Fair), including the GT²HR Recruitment Fair for Foreign Talents, Global Youth Talent Talk, and the Consortium's 2023 Work Conference.


At the GT²HR Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Recruitment Fair for Foreign Talents, 31 renowned institutions in Beijing, Tianjin, and Hebei offered 550 international positions. Over 470 foreign talents and international students from 12 countries engaged in on-site discussions, submitting 1,000 resumes and landing 110 job offers.

The HR manager from the Beijing National New Energy Vehicle Technology Innovation Center said, "Tech companies seek high-level talents from diverse fields, both domestically and internationally. GT²HR has facilitated effective communication between companies and talents. We offer international positions and have already reached agreements with five foreign talents."

Raaz Ali from Bangladesh, a Ph.D. student in Economics at Beijing Normal University, said he found the event valuable for exploring job opportunities and career development across industries.


The Global Youth Talent Talk took place at Tiankai Higher Education Science and Technology Innovation Park.

Experts, scholars, and young representatives from China and Japan in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region discussed scientific research innovation, cultural exchanges, and international cooperation.


Over 100 international youth representatives attended in person, with more than 20,000 participating online. Notable attendees included Zeng Fulin, deputy director of the Beijing Overseas Talents Center (BOTC), Yu Xuefeng, director of Talent Attraction and Cultivation at the Tianjin Municipal Science and Technology Bureau, and Wang Zhongqun, director of the Foreign Expert Management Department at the Hebei Provincial Department of Science and Technology. Na Lin, head of Talent Services Department II at the BOTC, presided over the event.

During the keynote session, professors and business representatives shared their experiences in Sino-Japanese collaborative innovation. The roundtable dialogue involved young representatives discussing topics like Sino-Japanese cooperation in manufacturing and technology, talent exchange in education and technology, and the role of cooperation in fostering technological innovation.


The 2023 Work Conference of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Foreign Talent Service Consortium was also held. It summarized the past year's foreign talent service work and outlined collaborative efforts in the five areas of optimizing talent quality and quantity, establishing exchange platforms, setting up service bases and intelligence workstations, enhancing talent service teams, and forming expert advisory groups. Mechanisms for communication, meetings, and funding among consortium members were established.