Co-working spaces and networking in Shanghai

China’s startup climate is changing, not just for Chinese people but also for foreigners. Twenty years ago most foreigners were expatriates; with ample support staff, both at the office and at home. In the past decade an increasing amount of foreigners started to work on localized contracts. No more personal assistant, but still with an existing company guiding you. Recently Read more…

China to attract expats for startups

China wants to attract more expats to set up innovative companies, according an announcement by the State Council. Incentives will be created in different areas to support overseas’ talents, including funding, workspace and consultation. Such incentives will surely be welcomed by many individuals wanting to found their startup in China. Because the administrative steps can be tedious Read more…

Smartphone-based glucometer

Not a new technology, because worldwide there are quite some companies already working on similar projects, but with diabetes being a huge and growing problem in China the Beijing-based startup Dnurse might be an interesting company to keep an eye on. Especially since they already have China Food and Drug Administration (CFDA) Read more…