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PriceHubble presented at Ping An Accelerator’s Demo Day

Published by Igor Omarov - 31 March 2019

As on of the top 15 selected companies, PriceHubble presented again in Shenzhen at the Ping An Accelerator Program after the initial start 6 months ago.

A large crowd and high-profile people attended to Ping An Accelerator’s Demo Day on the 28th of May in Shenzhen. PriceHubbe had the opportunity to present how the company developed since the program started. The program has also enabled PriceHubble to initiate and substantiate very interesting cooperation in China and Taiwan and deepen the market understanding. PriceHubble was represented on site by PriceHubble CCO Dominic Lüdin and Lead Developer & Business Strategies Leader of PriceHubble Japan Hideki Tanaka. Also local media such as EyeShenzhen reported about the event and the contributions of its participants.

Ping An Insurance is the world's largest and most valuable insurer as well as one of the world's biggest investment and asset management companies with their headquarter in Shenzhen.

More impressions of the event are available here.

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