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[Discover China’s Next BAT] 8 rising stars, part 2

This is the fourth post in our series: Discover China’s Next BAT, where we will go over the potential tech giants that are leading China’s IT industry. Stay tuned over the coming month to keep updated on the next ‘BAT.’ iiMedia Research Group, a leading research institute in China, has released a list of leading mobile internet companies based on the […]

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Four strategies of China’s top 10 e-commerce apps

Pushing advertisement online and offline has been the typical strategy of China’s e-commerce giants to bring in customers, explaining why e-commerce sector is one of the toughest battlegrounds for freshly born startups since they have little money to spend on advertising. However, the trend is changing. As startups like Bolome, combining live streaming into cross-border […]

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And the ChinaBang 2017 Awards go to …

It’s that time of the year again: the festive weekend for Chinese techies, startup entrepreneurs and investors alike. ChinaBang Awards, an annual ceremony recognizing the best startups in China, is on the go. To continue last year’s initiative in finding out the amazing startups nationwide- not just 1st tier cities, this year’s ChinaBang Award ceremony […]

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Exclusive: Pictures from World Internet Conference suggest WeWork, URWork on an “ice-breaking tour”

Like its previous versions, the ongoing World Internet Conference in Wuzhen has attracted the biggest names in China’s tech industry. Official meetings and keynotes aside, more casual business dinners, which gather China’s, or even the world’s richest technology tycoons, offered precious opportunities for them to get connected and share insights. It’s in China after all, […]

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Live from TechCrunch – How can a foreign hardware company enter China?

Shenzhen, the Silicon Valley in China, is becoming a must-destination for the foreign hardware startups to start their business. On the other hand, Chinese startups are starting from Shenzhen and expanding to global markets, such as educational robot kit Makeblock, drone maker DJI, and smartphone manufacturer Huawei. In the panel “Startup in Shenzhen”, Benjamin Joffe, Partner […]

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Slush Panel: Connecting startup communities and ecosystems

Why do we attend so many business events and meet-ups? While the idea of a startup might be based on beginning a business online and hoping to see exponential growth by attracting millions of internet users to their product, we know that it’s human-to-human connections that actually make things happen and these are done offline. So why do we […]