In this episode, our guest Sonat Yalcinkaya talks about successful e-commerce strategies for Chinese companies.Read More
China Business Cast is a podcast featuring experienced entrepreneurs and business people making things happen in China. If you want to learn from on the ground accounts of how business actually gets done in China, this is the program for you.
Our guest speaker, Mr. Allan Chou, shares his insights about China's general entrepreneurship movement and how Chinese entrepreneurs adapted to this movement.Read More
Jan is originally from the Czech Republic but currently lives in Shenzhen (China). He builds an awesome startup community in China, APAC and beyond on behalf of Startup Grind.Read More
Rui Ma from 500 Startups interviews Soul Htite, co-founder of the Chinese peer to peer lending platform DianRong.com He explains his background prior to starting Dian Rong as well as tips for entrepreneurs for what it takes to get your startup really going.Read More
Today’s guest is Todd Embley, program director at Chinaccelerator, China’s first mentorship-driven seed stage accelerator program. The Shanghai-based, 90-day accelerator program is driven by the mission of helping entrepreneurs who are innovating at the cutting-edge of information technology to create successful start-ups. It also claims to be China's only pure & authentic accelerator program. Today, we’re here to discuss the tech accelerator and tech start-ups scene in China.Read More
Today’s guest is Rui Ma, Venture Partner at 500 Startups for Greater China. 500 Startups is a Silicon Valley based early stage fund and startup accelerator with an international presence. Rui is China-born, Silicon Valley raised, and currently based in Beijing China. Recently she wrote an article called "What I learned in my first year as an angel investor in China" over at techinasia.com. Today, we're here to discuss some of her learnings about the venture capital environment in China and how we can best navigate it as entrepreneurs.Read More
Today’s guest Steve Mushero is the co-founder and CEO of ChinaNetCloud - China's largest internet managed services company. Steve moved to China in 2005 after spending over a decade in Silicon Valley, where he worked as the CTO of a variety of technology startups. Before founding ChinaNetCloud, Steve was the CTO of Tudou, one of China’s largest video sharing websites. In this episode, Steve discusses some of the challenges of running a tech startup in Shanghai, as well as the overall environment for tech startups in China, compared to that of Silicon Valley.Read More