Once again, iWeekend showed the spirit of start-ups and entrepreneurship is hot in Beijing. Overall all the ideas were very different and didn’t all have a very tech flavour to it. But hey, entrepreneurship does not discriminate!

The winner, by votes cast from the audience and mentors was WoLaiYe. Lead by LeBin, the product is a mobile app for smartphone or tablet that allows users to aggregate all content about their holiday such as pictures, reviews, blogs, weibo, travel tips; to easily share it with friends and family. The idea is similar to one of the ideas pitched at last iWeekend in April by Alex Su, Co-Founder of TukeQ (formerly Toureet) which is now incubated in Innovation Works. The difference is that WoLaiYe is aimed at sharing your experience and tips but TukeQ is about helping people to plan their trip based on tips.

This time the voting system was more advanced! Alex from the iWeekend team created an online system which made the whole process much quicker. Check it out:

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Jason Lim

Jason is an Australian born Chinese living in Beijing, specializing in entrepreneurship, start-ups and the investment eco-system in China, especially in the tech and social area.