Capital of talent
According to Liao Yijian, President and General Manager ofHSBC Group (China), Wuhan is home to 89 universities with 1.2 million college students, topping all the cities in the world. Due to this advantage in talent, Wuhan will most definitely become the capital oftalent, and HSBC will further its development in Wuhan.
Menarini Holding Co., Ltd., the largest pharmaceutical company in southern Europe, is preparing to move its R&D and manufacturing center to Wuhan. Wang Rui, the company's Director and Vice President, said that for the establishment ofan R&D center, having enough talent available is the key factor. With Wuhan having an abundance ofuniversity students, it will provide basic human resources for the company's pharmaceutical research and development.
Hong Yan'an, Vice Chairman of Deloitte China, said that Wuhan has introduced a number oftalent attracting policies to entice more university students to stay in the city. Not only are many excellent students studying abroad willing to return to Wuhan, but excellent employees from Deloitte are willing to work in Wuhan as well, which is a great benefit for the development of the company.