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The success of a dynamically developing business depends on the promotion of the goods and services which the company offers. For this purpose participation in business events is essential; conferences, in particular, are especially important for corporate image and a company’s work with its partners. This is true both of business and of science. A well-organized conference will have the following components:


The right choice of venue for holding the event; Convenient accommodation in hotels; Well thought-out logistics and precise organization of transport services; Formal opening and closing ceremonies, coffee breaks, and banquets; An original entertainments programme, including pre- and post-conference trips; Faultless serving staff; provision of all necessary equipment for the event.

Professional Conference Organizer (PCO) in Shanghai

  Professional Conference Organizer (PCO) in Shanghai

1305, No.2, 25 DaLing Road,
Huangpu district, Shanghai,
PR China, 20011

Tel.:  +86 21 636 8936

PCO in Shanghai

Event Management in Shanghai

For us organization of business and scientific conferences is a priority activity. We will be happy to put our unlimited capabilities and experience at your service in organizing a conference for you in Shanghai.


Shanghai was once known as 'The Pearl of the Orient', dynamic and decadent. It was a rich foothold of foreign influence. Its gap between wealth and poverty was wider than its river. It set styles in music, fashion and décor. It was the great beating commercial heart of China. Now, after years of quiet, Shanghai is back with a bang.


Today it is a fast, fearless city again, growing by the hour with the highest living standard in the country. Shanghai proclaims variety and innovation, clearly demonstrated in its architecture. Buildings here are exciting. The most traditional are on the Bund, running along the river where the foreigners built their neo classical banks, consulates, hotels and gentlemen's clubs. The newest area of the city, Pudong, is dead opposite the Bund in contemporary, defiant contrast. Some structure try for the futuristic and some break height records. So does the city's economic growth. Even some Chinese officials consider Shanghai to be the 'secret capital'.

Located in the center of Shanghai's Old City is Yuyuan Gardens, one of the few remaining old tourist sites in Shanghai. Surrounding the gardens is Shanghai's bazaar, a maze of small streets and alleyways where vendors sell their wares and food stuffs to the visiting touristand locals.

Yuyuan Garden is believed to be built in the Ming Dynasty more than 400 years ago. Built in traditional Chinese style with numerous rock and tree garden areas, ponds, dragon-lined walls and numerous doorways and zigzagging bridges separating the various garden areas and pavilions.


Jade Buddha Temple in Shanghai is an active temple with 70 resident monks at the last court. The temple was built between 1911 and 1918 in the style of the Song Dynasty (960-1279), with symmetrical halls and courtyards, upturned eaves, and bright yellow walls. The exterior is readily identifiable by the bright saffron walls. The centerpiece inside the temple is a 1.9-meter-high white jade Buddha, which was installed here after a monk brought it from Burma in 1882. The seated Buddha, encrusted with jewels, is said to weigh about one thousand kilograms.

Shanghai Museum has been famous for its large collection of rare cultural piece. The museum now houses over 120,000 pieces of cultural relics in twelve categories, including Chinese bronze, ceramics, paintings and calligraphy, and artefacts. As for the scholarly research, Shanghai Museum has published over 80 special museum catalogues. Nineteen research subjects of the cultural relics’ preservation have won awards.

The Bund is the best place to capture Shanghai’s prosperity, glamour, and colonial heritage. After this city was opened as one of five “Treaty Ports” specified in the Nanjing Treaty that ended the Opium War in 1842, the Bund became the site of some earliest foreign settlements and gradually turned into the financial & political centre ofthe international community in China. It is indeed the most visible reminder of Shanghai’s historical changes for the hundreds of years.

Huangpu River is known as the mother river of Shanghai city, with Shanghai’s best urban sights along her two banks. It is a splendid collection of exotic constructions on one side, while on the other there is the brand new look of Pudong, telling a history of Shanghai’s development. The best time for a boat cruise is in the evening when lights are just lit. Lights on the banks are shinning up on each other, which makes the Bund constructions a dazzling look like carved crystal palaces.


Located in a suburb of Shanghai city, Zhujiajiao is an ancient water town well-known throughout the country, with a history of more than 1700 years. Covering an area of 47 square kilometers, the little fan-shaped town glimmers like a bright pearl in the landscape of lakes and mountains. Endowed with another elegant name- 'Pearl Stream' - the little town is the best-preserved among the four ancient towns in Shanghai. Unique old bridges across bubbling streams, small rivers shaded by willow trees, and houses with courtyards attached all transport people who have been living amidst the bustle and hustle of the modern big city to a brand-new world full of antiquity, leisure and tranquility.

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1305, No.2, 25 DaLing Road,
Huangpu district, Shanghai,
PR China, 20011

Tel.:  +86 21 636 8936