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Entrepreneurs in China – Which Chinese Visa Would be Best for you?

If you are a foreigner living in China, there are 3 main topics that you will talk about with your friends:  Your Chinese level, The air pollution and on which visa you are  (Whoever thinks differently raise their hand, or just comment…)  This post will address the latter where policies change once (and even twice) a year. Since there is no “Entrepreneurship” visa in China ( Like in Korea, as example ), which enables a you to […]

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Conferences Comparison; This is Where the Mobile Industry is Heading

    Traveling gives you interesting perspective, and this time I’ll use it to compare mobile conferences. China VS. the US head to head! In the last month I’ve been to 3 different conferences. 2 in China and 1 in the US, All of which were practically back to back.  This gave me a perspective by just observing the eastern VS. Western style of organizing conferences. Since I’m in the mobile space, all […]

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35 Actions Entrepreneurs Should Take ( and 3 Special Ones if you are in China)

If you are reading Tech entertainment stories from TechCrunch or Venture Beat you might be overwhelmed by the amount of advice that you get as an entrepreneur. Do this, do that…etc. Still at some point you see the same websites over and over again. I decided I want to try and create something different…. I created an agregated list of good advice for entrepnurs and was trying (as much as […]

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Get to Know China’s Entrepreneurship 1st hand

From May 2013 till August 2014 we ran a project called “The Dim Sum Project”. It was aimed to open a window for entreprsnus who wish to understand more about entreprnship in different fields from a first hand perspective.   This is how it worked We had young entrepreneurs who wished to learn about a certain topic connected to an experienced entrepreneur. It was their chance to ask him anything they want and […]

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9 things you can do to get international clients – Speaking at Entrepreneur Conf Asia

The last few weeks were very special for me. A week ago I came back from the first trip to China since we moved back to Israel. It was a hectic trip! Such a difference if you re-visiting vs. living in a place. Anyway, the day before I left I spoke at the Entreprenur conf Asia in Shanghai . Since Appinchina‘s clients are all international clients, I’ve been asked to speak about […]

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Access your Gmail in China – A Guide to Workarounds

A note from shlomo:  When I’m thinking about the readers of this blog, the first thing comes to mind is that all of them know some about internet in China and how it works (or mainly how it doesn’t work).   Since China is such a large part of my life, there is no doubt I’m biased…. I need to keep reminding myself that some are really not aware of China’s internet […]

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6 Killer Tips on Attracting Chinese Investors in 2015

Now that China officially has the largest economy in the world it’s a good time to examine how to attract investments from that country’s growing investor community. There is a lot of capital available in China for outbound investment, but a labyrinth of regulatory and cultural issues mean that actually securing investment is not so straightforward. Here are a few points to pay attention to when attempting to raise funds […]

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A Post Series About China’s Android Stores Small Secrets

Yes, this post has a catchy title., but frankly saying since launching AppInChina I’ve learned a lot about the Chinese App market and the android stores. We decided to share and release a series of posts with this knowledge, as we know there is a lot of confusion regarding the Chinese Android market because it’s so different from anywhere else around the world. We will add more and more posts […]

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Entrepnurship is REALLY Everywhere – A Story From the Country With no Coins

Note from Shlomo: I heard my friend Kevin Dewalt speaking a couple of times about why other startup hubs should not be looking up to Silicon Valley . The reason for that is because Silicon valley has Silicon valley’s problems , not other places problems. So, each place is special and can create it’s own unique eco system for specific problems they handle with. This post will show you how […]

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