This is the second of two parts on local resources for eager entrepreneurs in Beijing.

Previously, I described Beijing resources for the earliest stages of an entrepreneur’s journey: ideation and incorporation. Below, I continue where I left off, listing organizations that work selectively with incorporated startups to get them ready for funding and scale.

With an idea, team, and legal entity in place, a newly formed startup will next need to prove out its business model, especially if they hope to convince investors to provide capital for growth. Various actors in Beijing offer programs to help at this point.

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Daniel Hsu

Daniel Hsu is an independent advisor on innovation, startups, and corporate venturing. He helps multinational companies navigate the innovation space to engage startups for mutual benefit. For more info,...