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Note from Shlomo: We didn't have China's internet spirits with us this time at the recording, so we are not happy with the quality it came out. Still, we feel that there is still value for our listeners and hope you still enjoy this episode.
This week we have Samantha Kwok from Jing Jobs, tell us about her war stories in China. Samantha started the company as her first job right after school and got great results so far with just jumping into the water.
While for us, Mike is back from a long trip in Europe on a jet-leg mode & Shlomo is still busy with moving his house.
Samantha - Why don’t you start by telling us about JingJobs and what’s unique about it?
What’s the need for another job search website?
We had listeners asking us about external help companies get in China. Did you have any attempt to get support from local organisations? government?
What were the major challenges when starting out?
After all you are a market place kind of website so have the chicken and the egg problem. Is it first more important getting the users to use the website or having employers post which they wouldn’t do before you have decent traction.
Give us an insiders tip you’ve learned for people starting out in China. A resource that would be helpful.
What’s the best way to reach out to you?
Shlomo's post on Forbes - 9 Podcasts That Would Help You To Know More About China