Wuxi International Life-Science Innovation Campus (I•Campus) is about an hour away from Shanghai. It is a startup hub and was co-built by Wuxi Municipal Government, Wuxi New District Government and AstraZeneca. It offers premises and modern infrastructure to newly established businesses, mainly within life sciences and biotechnology. It is open only to companies that apply and qualify, which Calmark has done.
The local government of Wuxi offers a rent-free period of three years, and there is a possibility to be eligible for financial support for registration of products as well as a reimbursement of registration costs from the CFDA as the Company expands. Logistically and recruitment-wise, the location is equivalent to the Greater Bay Area.
"We have assessed the alternatives in China closely together with our consultants at Nordic Match, and after local negotiations, the Shanghai area and the Wuxi I•Campus is perceived as a better choice than the Greater Bay Area," says Anna Söderlund, CEO of Calmark. "We have thus changed our decision today as we have passed the I•Campus qualification process, and we are pleased about this."
Read more about the Wuxi International Life-Science Innovation Campus (I•Campus): http://www.icampuswuxi.com/ws/front/en/index.html
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