Yesterday, we held our TechNode Touch (TNT) monthly event together with AppChina, the leading third-party Android App Market, in Shanghai. Eight local companies/startups including VeryCD (the largest eD2k-link file sharing site in China), Mobcent, 173zy.com (web/mobile games development company), Zuikong (eBook publisher), iBobar (a portal for audio content distribution), iKuaishou (a video content aggregator for mobile), iKeepU (a content discover platform) and mBook (a leading eBook store) were invited to present on stage, and share their thoughts/experience on how to manage and market their mobile apps. There were around ~280 pre-registered the event and the venue was fully packed.

The speakers’ sharing is indeed very interesting, but I have to say that the most interesting and exciting things for me actually came from the audience.

We have heavily reported about the Beijing-based Garage Cafe which is now even got featured on TechCrunch. I’ve heard that there are several groups of people were planning to open their startup Cafe in Shanghai. Finally I met Caesar Chen, co-Founder of Aita Cafe which is about to open at the beginning of 2012 in Yangpu District. And just last week, I got a call from a local early stage fund and was told that their Cafe at Zhangjiang, Pudong is ready.

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Gang Lu

Dr. Gang Lu - Founder of TechNode. He's a Blogger, a Geek, a PhD and a Speaker, with passion in Tech, Internet and R'N'R.