Entrepreneurs often find themselves racing against time, torn between their business and personal lives.

Your product is being updated, team expanding, but what about your fundraising plans? VC Meetup, a session at this year’s TechCrunch Beijing International Summit, might be of your interest if you are still scrambling about from one venture capital institution to another with your business plan.

Every entrepreneur has their own dreams. But when looking back, we only see the successes of star startups like DJI and Ele.me, rather than the bumpy roads they’ve encountered at the early entrepreneurial stages. All entrepreneurs know what it’s like to cool their heels while waiting for investors, who may finally sniff at your ideas.

VC Meetup is dedicated to taking all the hassle out of finding reliable investors by offering entrepreneurs the opportunities to meet a stack of VCs in a short period of time. At TechCrunch 2015’s International Summit in Beijing, every participant holding a 2-day or VC Meetup ticket gets the chance to have a 10 minute face-to-face chat with up to 36 different venture capitalists in a row during a six hour session.

Of course, we do not encourage simple replication of the same pitch. From mid-October, we will introduce the VCs that are going to participate in the session so that entrepreneurs can prepare your speeches and talks with specific investors beforehand.

Finally, I would offer a tip: your responses to some impromptu questions from investors depend on your adaptability skills on-site, be passionate, be interesting. Don’t expect your written pitch to do the work.

Time: 13:30-16:30 on Nov. 2nd and 3rd 

Venue: Wukesong Basketball Park, Hi-Park, Haidian District, Beijing

Form of Meeting:

Every entrepreneur can have face-to-face communication with venture capitalists for ten minutes.

Requirements for VCs:

Higher than the investment director level.

A focus on TMT fields.

Please apply by sending emails to jiaqing@technode.com


Entrepreneurs can participate in the session with the TechCrunch Beijing 2-day pass or VC Meetup ticket.

Please follow the volunteer and the direction board.

Sign up in here: http://tc-meetvc-en.eventdove.com

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Emma Lee

Emma Lee (Li Xin) was TechNode's e-commerce and new retail reporter until June 2022, when she moved to Sixth Tone to cover technology and consumption. Get in touch with her via lixin@sixthtone.com or Twitter.

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