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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Speaking at global from Asia podcast – Tips on Getting Your Mobile App in The Chinese Market

I wrote previously about why cool ideas don’t make money . This subject came up when I was mentoring at startup weekend , where Mike Michelini was organising it all with volunteers from the lean startup meetup. It was also the first time I ever met Mike after we have been in touch for quite a while. I invited him to visit in our office in Beijing. We had a […]

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Traditional Marketing is Still Alive: 2 Things I’ve Learned

Here is a message I got from Andrew 2 weeks ago. Basically Andrew wanted to take the chance and share some of his experience as an entrepreneurs which is great.  I asked his permission to publish his message as well with his post and refer to this: Why you need to find courage to contact me?!   Hi noodles! My name is Andrew, I am a young entrepreneur from Melbourne, […]

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4 Ways to Fight Copycat Websites

When we launched AppInChina at the beginning of summer of 2013 we were the first foreign company offering other foreign companies to distribute their android apps to the Chinese market or so we thought…. Must say I did searches and didn’t come up with anything exactly like this service.  This happen after a friend coming for a visit to Beijing gave me the idea building it. Anyway, a few months […]

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Cool ideas don’t make money!

  I’m mentoring this weekend (I’m posting late I admit! That was two weeks ago) at startup weekend Beijing. Great atmosphere around, people are working on diverse ideas! It’s great! All is led by a great team who are members of the Lean startup Meetup and the one and only Mike Michelini who came especially from Shenzhen! Kudos to Mike! Been talking here with a good friend and experienced entrepreneur about the […]

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How Do You Make Fast and Good Decisions?

I keep wondering over and over what is the value of our decisions. Speaking with other CEOs some mention the fact that they need to make many decisions in a day to just make progress. Which is extremely important time wise. Making decisions is something that I don’t like and I feel this is a quality one should develop to make good decisions in a short time. . So what […]

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Growing! Startup Noodle 2nd year summary

Note from Shlomo: This post is published slightly late (read on to see why). SUN anniversary is on July 19th, glad to celebrate the 2nd one and going into it’s 3rd year.  What a year! I’m looking at my plan for this year on last year’s summary  and…mmm…well….things don’t always go as planned. Still, I feel I’m much more focused (but not enough) than I was last year. I must say […]

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