By Joel Scanlon
Nu Skin Enterprises, declared the launching of its new ‘Greater China Innovation Park’ in Shanghai, China. The modern complex will be the headquarters for the Greater China region, attributing renowned, anti-aging research and development laboratories, modern meeting spaces, manufacturing facilities and open gardens.
The chief executive officer, Truman Hunt says that this new Greater China Innovation Park is a testimony to the extended opening and potential being predicted for the operation of business in Greater China specifically in mainland China. This new facility is intended to be the large Nu Skin corporate global complex, which focuses on novelty, as well as commitment to customers by offering innovative products to the distributors, presenting business opportunities and improving culture.
The Nu Skin Innovation Park will be placed in the centre of the Fengxian District in Shanghai. It will be located on 57 ac, measuring 355,210 sq. ft. The new anti-aging laboratories will be responsible for an integrated network of all the scientists of Nu Skin in China, giving rise to improvement opportunities. The construction of the Innovation Park is expected to be completed by the middle of 2013 and anticipates LEED Gold certification for the environmental features of the facility. The distinctive planning and design of the park was accomplished by the one of the chief architects who was involved in the Shanghai World Financial Center project.
The president of Nu Skin's Greater China region, Andrew Fan says that the launching of the new Innovation Park and Greater China headquarters is a noteworthy experience, supporting increased novelty, opportunity and prosperity for the workers and distributors.