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Silicon Dragon's Rebecca Fannin at her recent talk in NYC, with Pierre DuPont of HPM Partners
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AT SILICON DRAGON'S STAGE
Silicon Dragon's 2nd annual startup pitch contest in NYC: June 21 at Nasdaq
15 founders will be selected to pitch
Jim Robinson of RRE Ventures and Brian Cohen of NY Angels will judge the pitches
Two NY winners will go to Beijing August 18 to compete globally
Global champion will receive funding of
up to $200,000,
, startup space and mentoring.
Your startup qualifies if it is:
- less than 3 years old
- has not received Series A financing
- in tech, finance, modern services, social enterprise, cultural creativity
- preferably based in NY metro area
- looking at China entry
DEADLINE to APPLY: June 5, 2017
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Metrics Stack Up To Prove
China's Tech Progress
Silicon Dragon Stats Tell All At SUNY Talk
VC investment in China climbed to $32 billion in 2016, up from $27.5 billion in 2015.
China claims 23% of the world's unicorns, compared with the U.S. at 54% and India at 4%.
China is on track to become the world's latest filer for patent applications, surpassing the U.S., which still leads by a good but diminishing margin.
China's ZTE and Huawei rank as the world's top
China has the world's largest number of mobile and Internet users: 688 million and 422 million.
NEWS & TRENDS
Tencent's WeChat has launched a new deal in China that lets users send one another virtual Starbucks gift cards. The move signals WeChat's shift to make more money from business services rather than games and consumer buys.
Meet Spark, DJI's new Invented-In-China mini drone that fits in the palm of your hand. Its powerful, stabilized camera uses easy-to-shoot modes for eye-catching photos and videos, and an immersive flying experience. At $499, it's the tiniest and cheapest drone on the market.
How not to launch a Chinese company in the U.S.
China's ambitious tech player LeEco is laying off 325 employees in the U.S.
's latest Internet report highlights China's technology gains in e-commerce, mobile commerce, on-demand transportation, livestreaming and games.
The report also underscores Silicon Valley's strong future in healthcare advancements.
Read the full report by the KPCB partner here:
America should stop sneering at China's Belt and Road initiative
Singapore Exchange to lower barriers for tech IPOs.
Tencent is building an empire with a reach in the entertainment business that is almost unparalleled.
China's new cybersecurity law leaves foreign firms guessing.
DEALS & FUNDS
Chinese rivals are taking on
WeWork in fight for China's highly competitive shared work space market.
51meet have raised $116 million from Chinese conglomerate
Sequoia Capital has led a funding round with
Perfect World in Chinese online reading site
The State of the Virtual Reality Market in China with Alvin Wang Graylin