The world of shopaholics (aka hand-choppers) was filled with glee and excitements from Singles’ Day extravaganza this weekend. Instead of joining the shopping spree, a small group of geeks and techies were having their own non-stop carnival—Techstars Startup Weekend—in downtown Shanghai’s startup center People Squared. Nearly one hundred of programmers and designers got together to […]
Have an idea? Looking to start your own startup? Well, we have some good news for you. Techstars Global Startup Weekend is coming up soon with an opportunity for (would be) entrepreneurs to get inspiration, education, and guidance, as well as move on to the next step on a global scale. The new edition of […]
Beijing unveiled new rules on Saturday that will bar edtech companies from earning profits, raising capital, or going public.
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A fitness startup is helping busy people in Shanghai get out of their comfort zone by letting them make and bet on challenges. VIVERE, which means ‘dare to live’ in Italian, allows users to put challenges on the platform, such as “doing sit-ups in front of my boss”. Then other users can sponsor the challenge by […]
Editor’s note: This was contributed by Rachel Daydou. She has lived in China for 7 years and has been evolving in the Shanghai startup scene for 3, as co-founder of Lihaoma, managing member of Startup Grind Shanghai and leader of Shanghai University’s entrepreneurship program. She specializes in training programs for founders to make their startup […]
Amid slowing growth and regulatory uncertainty at home, China’s gaming companies are increasingly eyeing overseas markets.
One month after China’s crackdown, we are getting a better sense which edtech firms will die, which will survive, and which could even prosper.