Hua Hong And One Chance Group Collaborate To Develop And Market Lithium-ion Batteries in South China

November 20, 2017 – FUZHOU, Monday – Hua Hong Batteries Incorporated (“Hua Hong”; “Company”), a hi-tech enterprise specializing in the research, development and production of Li-ion batteries, has signed a non-binding letter of intent with One Chance Consultancy Group (“One Chance”), which will allow the consulting giant to exclusively market Hua Hong’s products in South China.

The agreement will cover a set time period of stepped milestones all driven to optimize Hua Hong’s technology and deliver more efficient products to the Company’s key strategic partners and the broader battery market.

Both Hua Hong and One Chance said that the joint effort was a medium- to long-term commitment and that other areas for collaboration would be discussed.

About One Chance Consultancy Group
Headquartered in Singapore, One Chance Consultancy Group has been a leading consulting firm that offers business solutions to organizations across the private, public, and social sectors.

Focusing on startups and SMEs in Southeast Asia, One Chance has had a long history of success since their inception in 1978. With an extensive company profile that oversees over $2.2B in assets and a further $2B in credit and private equity, One Chance contributes both capital and management expertise to an impressive portfolio that includes numerous high net worth clients, with the objective of directing strategic, operational, and financial improvements.

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