Global business leaders optimistic about China's innovation environment

■ reporter Guo Jinhui Recently, General Electric (GE) released the 2018 "Global Innovation benchmark" report shows that China's innovation environment has been generally recognized, beyond Germany ranks among the global top three, while Chinese entrepreneurs to innovative demand is very urgent for the difficulties faced by the process and more mentally prepared for the new technologies are also the most sought after。
Senior vice president of GE Global, GE China President and CEO of a small section Ying said: "The global benchmark 'This year's survey results show, including Chinese entrepreneurs, business leaders, including the world for innovation has a more clear understanding, more confidence can promote the development of enterprises in innovation。
Chinese entrepreneurs report reflects positive attitude for innovation, environment improvement and innovation for China's identity。 With China gradually innovation as the main driving force of economic growth, innovation and understanding of how to deal with the challenges brought about by the current global economic situation it is particularly important complex。 "China is still arduous challenge of innovation and raise the status report, the status of Chinese innovation has been widely recognized global business leaders, including China,。 In answering the question "Which country do you think is an innovative leader in the field," Global and Chinese respondents demonstrate a positive attitude towards China, the Chinese more than Germany, after the United States, Japan's third national innovation。 And compared to other countries in the global respondents, Chinese business leaders for the innovative attitude of the domestic environment is more optimistic –73% of Chinese respondents believed that "the country is very favorable environment for innovation", the proportion of respondents in the country second only to the United States, came in second place。
In addition, the report pointed out that China and the global market challenges in the field of innovation is still arduous。
74% of Chinese business leaders selected the "subversive bring innovative ideas," which 13 percentage points higher than the 2014 survey; in second place is the lack of talent (70%); and with the take-off, 67% of Chinese executives that "the successful promotion of innovations, even covering the overseas market" is a major challenge for innovation and development of enterprises。 New technology-driven innovation enterprises attach importance to return the report, entrepreneurs optimistic about including additive manufacturing and 3D printing, including innovative technology, especially –83% of respondents in China Chinese business executives (the global average is 63%) think additive manufacturing can promote business development; 94% of respondents (global average 91%) thought to promote entrepreneurial creativity, 97% of respondents (global average 89%) thought to accelerate time to market; 93% of China executives believe additive manufacturing technology to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, 91% of people believe that investment in 3D printing technology can help their businesses will be left behind competitors。
Most countries with different respondents, the majority of Chinese business leaders and business executives (55 percent) believe additive manufacturing technology has not only explored the concept of a crowd, but has had a substantial impact on various industries in China。 Chinese business leaders and corporate executives are also very popular digital technology –63% of respondents believe that digital technology is capable of quantifying enterprise innovation, and make further "see and feel"; and 85 percent of Chinese respondents believed enterprises in promoting innovation should not be affected as much as possible to protect the core business。 At the same time, global business leaders and executives generally believe that "the lack of relevant talent" is one of the biggest challenges of innovation (64%)。
More than half (55%) of global respondents believe that protectionist policies are conducive to the development of enterprises in the local business; 73% of respondents believe that these policies are conducive to local employment。 Chinese respondents to the acceptance of protectionist policies ranked fifth in the bottom 20 countries, below average。
The report said, if nothing else, "" "" "financial innovation" "3D print" "" technology and "analysis" will become a global respondents ear "innovation hot words"。