"A Legend of the Future" The 5th China's Leading Enterprises of Tomorrow Award 2010 Award Presentation Gala Dinner

“A Legend of the Future” The 5th China's Leading Enterprises of Tomorrow Award 2010 Award Presentation Gala Dinner

It is the 5th year since the Standard Chartered Bank launched the Award program in 2006 to support the country's "SME Growth Project" - to promote the healthy and sustainable development of SMEs in China. Each year, more than twenty outstanding SMEs from various industries have been recommended via several rounds of shortlist, many of whom have become the leading companies in their own fields.

"A Legend of the Future" The 5th China's Leading Enterprises of Tomorrow Award 2010 Award Presentation Gala Dinner was successfully held at Four Seasons Hotel on December 10, 2010 in Shanghai. This year the award defined the focus on product quality, environment protection, innovation, overseas market development respectively. As one of the most important events of SME, the management of the Bank gives tremendous supports to the Award.

As CT Lim, CEO of Standard Chartered Bank (China) Limited, mentioned: the Bank will continue its supports to SMEs, and with our international footprint, help more SMEs achieve their development in local and overseas markets.

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