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In this episode of the Tech in Shanghai podcast, I speak with Matilda Ho. Matilda is the founder and CEO of e-commerce grocery platform YiMiShiJi and the Co-Founder and Managing Director of Bits x Bites accelerator. read more
In this episode of the Tech in Shanghai podcast I speak with Bobby Lee, Co-Founder and CEO of BTCC. This is actually the second interview I’ve done with Bobby (I highly recommend listening to the first too!) read more
In this episode of the Tech in Shanghai podcast I speak with one of China’s most prolific expat entrepreneurs, and the founder of the ’naked’ brand and group of companies, Mr. Grant Horsfield. read more
In this episode of the show I speak with Wolf Illing, Co-Founder of local O2O startup, Saucepan. Saucepan is a food delivery company that focuses on providing ready-to-eat, great-tasting, and healthy meals, using the highest quality ingredients. read more
In this episode of the Tech in Shanghai podcast I speak with Rui ma, partner at 500 Startups in Charge of the Greater China region, and her colleague and investment associate at 500, Norman Chang. read more
In this episode of the Tech in Shanghai podcast I speak with Erik Walenza-Slabe, Director of Startup Grind Shanghai and founder of IoT One, a platform devoted to promoting the adoption of industrial internet.. read more
In this episode of the Tech in Shanghai podcast, I speak with one of Shanghai’s most switched-on and inspiring young entrepreneurs, and CEO of Dyad, Mr. Greg Nance. Dyad is an online, mentorship-based, university admissions preparatory service. read more
In this episode of the Tech in Shanghai podcast I sit down with another vetern of the China tech scene, Mr. T.R. Harrington. T.R. is the founder and CEO of Darwin Marketing, a company which describes itself as ‘a data company that does marketing’. read more
In this episode I speak with Zennon Kapron, founder of Kapron Asia and author of the book ‘Chomping at the Bitcoin’. Kapron Asia is a well-known financial consulting and market research firm in Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Singapore. read more
On this episode of the Tech in Shanghai podcast I speak with a legend of the Shanghai entrepreneurial community, and an all around nice guy, Mr. Mark Secchia. Mark is the founder of the extremely well known Shanghai food-delivery service Sherpa’s. read more
In this episode of the Tech in Shanghai podcast, I speak with Vvivi Hu, Chief Strategy Officer for ebay Greater China. Vvivi is also an Angel Investor through the AngelVest group, a former entrepreneur, a Harvard grad, and a published author. read more
In this episode I speak with Sebastien Gaudin, CEO and Co-Founder of The CareVoice. The CareVoice is an up and coming company based in Shanghai that provides a mobile app where patients.. read more
In this episode I am joined by Sam Hwang, CEO and Founder of New Pathway Education (now part of the EIC Education group). Sam is a Korean American and represents a great example of a foreign entrepreneur living the quote ‘Chinese dream’. read more
In this episode we are joined by Bunny Yan, CEO and co-founder of The Squirrelz. The Squirrelz began as a retail shop in Shanghai in 2013, selling a variety of uber-creative ‘up-cycled’ goods.. read more
In this episode we speak with Bobby Lee, Co-founder and CEO of BTCC (Formerly BTC China), one of the world’s largest and most trusted Bitcoin exchanges (and much more). read more
In this episode I sit down with David Chen, Co-Founder and CEO of Strikingly. Based in Shanghai, Strikingly is a company that makes it easy for anyone to design beautiful, mobile-optimized websites. Strikingly is also a graduate of the world-renowned Y-Combinator accelerator program. read more
Steve is a rare guest, who is both a veteran of Silicon Valley in the dot-com days, as well as someone who has been involved in the Chinese Tech industry, from it’s initial growth spurt, up to the innovative and globally influential behemoth it is rapidly becomming today.read more
In this episode we sit down with Bob Zheng, co-founder of People Squared.
People Squared is the first co-working space operator to begin operating in Shanghai, and has since established several locations in China.read more
In this episode of the Tech in Shanghai podcast we speak with a local podcast celebrity, Jenny Zhu. Born in Shanghai to a hard-core Communist military family, and schooled in Singapore and Australia since 14 years of age, Jenny is a pioneer in online, podcast-based language learning.read more
Ben Duvall is the the Chief Evangelist Officer for Asia, and Liu Kai is the CTO at linkfluence. Linkfluence Asia is the only global social listening firm fully localized in China and APAC. Their mission is to monitor, analyze and engage the social web.read more
Pascal Coppens is the Founder of Letsface. Letsface is a creative tech company based in Shanghai that has built a platform to create unforgettable digital experiences at live events.read more
Liam Winston, Co-Founder and Managing Partner speaks with us about entrepreneurship and the future of Mobile in China and East Asia.read more
In the ‘inaugural’ episode of the Tech in Shanghai podcast, the Co-Founder and Product Lead at KAWO sits down to talk social media strategy and execution in China, and succeeding as a ‘foreign’ entrepreneur.read more