"Xinhua 1949" Cultural Finance and Innovation Industry Park
China Printing Co., Ltd. was established on Dec 22, 2010. It is the first-level parent company of China Cultural Industry Development Group Co., Ltd.(CCIDG). The China Printing Co., Ltd. is a subordinate unit of the group. The group has been exploring the field of culture and education for many years. At present, it has basically formed four major business sectors: cultural education, cultural park, cultural media, and cultural finance. It strives to become a "first-class cultural and educational industry investment and operation platform".
The cultural park sector of the group has created the "Xinhua 1949" cultural park, and has built a series of cultural and creative parks in Beijing, Nanjing, Hubei and other places. It is today a comprehensive park with integrated operation.
At present, there are nine parks under its jurisdiction, with a construction area of over 250,000 square meters. This sector provides high-quality entry services for more than 500 cultural enterprises and institutions, forming a cultural and creative industry cluster with its own characteristics. It has a coordinated development, which includes finance, creativity, tourism, and consumption. At the same time, it has also shaped the central enterprise brand of the industrialized development and operation of the cultural park.
"Xinhua 1949" Cultural Finance and Innovation Industry Park is located within the core area of Beijing. It was formerly known as Beijing Xinhua Printing Factory and was transformed into a cultural industrial park from 2011 to 2014.
The park retains the main structure of the original industrial plant, and the industrial characteristics are extremely remarkable. In 2013, it was awarded the title "Xicheng District Cultural Industry Development Agglomeration Area" by Xicheng district. The park is dominated by the cultural and financial industry, and has gathered a group of leading and outstanding enterprises in creative design and media performance.
(Copywriter: Wang Liyan)