For hardware companies, China is a no-brainer place to be, considering its market size and its role as a manufacturing hub. Hardware companies like Xiaomi and Huawei and success stories about crowdfunding campaigns have proven that the Middle Kingdom has gone from “Made in China” to “Designed in China.” This year’s CES 2017 was also splashed by Chinese founders’ innovative technologies and hardware, such as iGULUNEOBEAR, and uSens.

At a panel organized by Startup Grind Shanghai yesterday, Jason Wong, founder and CEO of Omnicharge, shared his insights on building a hardware company in China.

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Eva Yoo

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