USJ collaborates with FMCC to develop an international business network in the Greater Bay Area
The University of Saint Joseph Macao and France Macau Chamber of Commerce are proud to announce their mutual commitment to foster close ties with the Greater Bay Area by signing a Memorandum of Understanding on May 22.
France Macau Chamber of Commerce (FMCC) and the University of Saint Joseph Macao (USJ) are proud to announce their mutual commitment to foster close ties with the Greater Bay Area by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on May 22nd at USJ’s Ilha Verde Campus. This marked a significant milestone in the advancement of Sino-France and other international business relations, as one of the key initiatives to develop the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Network. The initiative was a following the successful inaugural visit to Hengqin on April 22n by a delegation of FMCC members and USJ delegates.
(From left to right: USJ Rector Rev. Prof. Stephen Morgan, Dean of the USJ Faculty of Law and Business Prof. Jenny Phillips, FMCC Chairman Mr. Rutger Verschuren, FMCC Vice-President Ms. Nacky Kuan)
Mr. Rutger Verschuren, FMCC Chairman mentioned: ”I am thrilled by our collaboration with University of Saint Joseph. This MoU signifies FMCC’s dedication to deepen the relationship between France and the Greater Bay Area. With the extensive research insights of USJ we shall be able to further develop a meaningful platform for industries, commerce and students alike to not only network and arrange visits, but also collaborate on incubation and other business platforms. We strongly believe in the power of collaboration and are committed to contribute to and facilitate the ongoing integration of Macao and the Hengqin Guangdong-Macao Deep Cooperation Zone, fostering an attractive environment for growth and economic diversification. We look forward to continued collaborations and shared success in the future.”
Prof. Jenny Phillips also commented: “Signing the MoU with the FMCC reinforces our joint commitment to fostering a stronger relationship and facilitating the integration between Macao and the Greater Bay Area. It is our hope that these actions will not only spur the development of a more diverse economy in Macao, but also further enrich the global business ecosystem. As we move forward, I am confident that our continued efforts will create lasting impacts and promote the growth of all involved parties. On behalf of the USJ, I extend my sincere appreciation to the FMCC for their partnership and look forward to our continued cooperation in pursuing mutual progress and prosperity.”
(FMCC & USJ representatives)