The Mountain View-based site points to expansion into China as a primary growth strategy. But analysts question whether it can succeed in China given different hiring culture, censorship and high regulation.
One year ago tomorrow, the first U.S.-China startup incubator in Silicon Valley, InnoSpring, opened its doors. Today, the first company is spreading its wings in the public market.
For Americans thinking of starting a high-tech company in China, now may be the right moment. According to a panel of experts at Stanford, market growth and the international flow of capital makes it an enticing opportunity.
Speaking at the State of the Valley Conference in San Jose, James Fallows said Chinese don’t enjoy the unique culture fueling Silicon Valley’s impressive success.
At Entrepreneurship in the Global Marketplace, an event during Stanford Entrepreneurship Week, speakers all focused on the emerging free market in one country: China.
Looking to capitalize on China’s growing middle class, which increasingly demands entertainment technology, Dolby Laboratories opened its first Research and Engineering Center in Beijing.