A serial entrepreneur who was co-founder of P1, a fashion social network before Tantan, and served as chief technology officer, reaching from 0 to 10 million users.
He went on to work and study in Silicon Valley, USA from early 2014. started a new business in Shenzhen from 2016, help non technic founders getting started their startup from 0 to 1, several projects have been successfully invested by VC.
Focus on build WeChat mini-program for e-commerce and enterprises, an VC invested SaaS called Danmai has been served more than 5000 customers.
Jessie Cai introduces himself and talks about mini program development
What is the general landscape of businesses adopting mini program in China? Has it become a common practice? What is the significance of having one in China?
When WeChat launched mini program, what challenges it aimed to solve for business owners?
Before mini program, businesses use apps and websites to connect and serve customers, what significant changes mini program made comparing to the two?
What types of businesses or organizations, or under what condition, should consider launching a mini program?
How to select the right mini program developer for you? What will an effective communication between the client and the developer?
When the mini program is built, what channels can help promote it, or expand the user base? What are some effective practices?
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