Since their launch in 2012, Shanghai-based incubator SuHeHui incubator has successfully incubated 150 companies and invested in a further 50. It selects about 10 startup teams as part of a competition batch and provides necessary services for startups during a 6-month-long incubation period along with a funding of 200,000RMB (in exchange for 8% share).

At the graduation ceremony and roadshow all teams are presenting ideas to attract further investments. TechNode interviewed Suhehui founder Darren Luo about how it operates and his opinions on China’s tech trends.

Tell us about Suhehui incubator and how can startups apply for it.

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Eva Yoo

Eva Yoo is Shanghai-based tech writer. Reach her at evayoo@technode.com