China’s vast population, rapidly growing economy and fertile ground for tech startups presents an enticing arena for foreign entrepreneurs. But the Chinese market is notoriously fickle, and the business environment for foreigners has always operated under a different set of unspoken rules. So what should expats be aware of when thinking of setting up shop in China?
For today’s rebroadcast, we’re revisiting China Hang-up’s very first episode, which focuses on the theme of entrepreneurship and startups in the Middle Kingdom. To talk about the opportunities and challenges for foreigners here, we invited Stephen Price, founder of ikuramedia, which helps startups develop mobile apps, and his business partner, Shlomo Freund, who founded the entrepreneurial consulting site Startup Noodle.
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