“There are so many opportunities right now in China, I feel like I’m in an all-you-can-eat buffet where I am just tempted to grab way too many dishes!” says Steve Hoffman, captain of Founders Space, which has just opened in Shanghai.
Viewpoint: The reality is, despite its great allure, U.S. companies are more likely to lose their shirts than make their fortune in China.
The #1 startup ecosystem in the world is not Silicon Valley but a network of connected hubs of leading tech hotspots.
Unicorns don’t like Winter! by Bruno Bensaid, Founder, ShanghaiVest Here we are again, another down cycle, or so we think. After all, the Shanghai Stock Exchange Composite Index took a beating this Summer, from...
Hardware startups in China move quite and very differently. Here are 8 key differences, as viewed by Benjamin Joffe of Shenzhen accelerator HAX.
By Mark Kolier, The Way I See It This past Monday evening I attended my fourth NYC Silicon Dragon event hosted by Rebecca Fannin of Silicon Dragon. Rebecca (author of the 2011 book Start-up...