Young budding entrepreneurs look at their computers at a resting area inside the University Students Venture Park, which was designed as an incubator for university students keen to launch their own start-ups, in Shanghai. Photo: Reuters Young budding entrepreneurs look at their computers at a resting area inside the University Students Venture Park, which was designed as an incubator for university students keen to launch their own start-ups, in Shanghai. Photo: Reuters
Young budding entrepreneurs look at their computers at a resting area inside the University Students Venture Park, which was designed as an incubator for university students keen to launch their own start-ups, in Shanghai. Photo: Reuters

Beijing targets 'creatives' as it aims to promote low-paid university graduates to start-up chief executives

Officials are keen to promote business incubators as Chinese surveys show between 20 and 30 per cent of university students now aspire to entrepreneurship or self-employment

Young budding entrepreneurs look at their computers at a resting area inside the University Students Venture Park, which was designed as an incubator for university students keen to launch their own start-ups, in Shanghai. Photo: Reuters Young budding entrepreneurs look at their computers at a resting area inside the University Students Venture Park, which was designed as an incubator for university students keen to launch their own start-ups, in Shanghai. Photo: Reuters
Young budding entrepreneurs look at their computers at a resting area inside the University Students Venture Park, which was designed as an incubator for university students keen to launch their own start-ups, in Shanghai. Photo: Reuters
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