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A startup that wants to make it easier for companies to purchase goods from China. It wants to make it easier for companies to purchase goods from China.


This startup is building a platform for American farmers to sell their goods to consumers worldwide. The startup aims to use a mix of digital store fronts and technology to deliver to consumers in countries like India and China, where the rural population has been growing.


A platform that lets you send money to friends in the Philippines, India, or China, in real time.


A startup that provides a service where parents in China can pay to have someone with a degree in education check their kid’s homework


This’s the second time around for the company, which previously launched a version of its product in China in 2017, and lost most of its customers after the Chinese government blocked its service.


An online marketplace that has a very different approach to selling than Amazon or eBay. The startup focuses on selling unique items and brands, and is based on a marketplace model that is increasingly popular in China.


A startup that helps you set up a study abroad or exchange program at a college in the US. The startup is currently focused on China and has a pending partnership with a college there.


This startup is building a startup incubator for technology startups in China.


This company wants to help retail and e-commerce businesses in China with logistics and shipping.


A startup that connects businesses in China and the US to help them expand overseas.


A digital wallet that’s designed to serve the needs of women in China. Currently, the platform does not offer features that are common in the US, such as peer-to-peer payments, a feature that is required in China for transactions to be legal.


A Chinese-focused ecommerce platform that was built on the idea that China's economy is less of a free market and more of a controlled economic system. The company is working on a solution to let individuals buy goods without a bank account and without a traditional credit card.


A company that can assemble furniture from a factory in China, and ship it directly to a customer.


a social network for people who want to learn about the world. The startup has over 100,000 users, and now has clients in the US, Europe, China, and India.


A Chinese-American startup that’s building an app that makes it easier to pay for things online. The app is in private beta and is already available in Shanghai, Shanghai and other parts of China.


Connecting the bike-sharing market in China to the local electric vehicle market. The Startup offers a low cost electric car battery that can be swapped into an electric bike.


A startup that helps American companies sell to consumers in China and other Asian markets by taking over the process of getting a Chinese partner to buy their product.


A Chinese startup that provides accommodation for Laowai (foreigners) in China.


As of 2016, accelerator programs are across the world, from Silicon Valley to London, with India, China, Singapore and Israel also hosting their own.


A B2B company that helps companies create a network of suppliers and vendors based in other countries to help save their clients money and prevent fraud. The company is launching in the US to manage supply chains in the US, China, and Europe.


A company that helps businesses in the US and Canada use “reloads” from clients in China to avoid paying Chinese taxes


This startup is going after the $2.5 trillion PBOC, or People’s Bank of China. A financial technology startup that wants to serve the Chinese populace that isn’t as online-savvy as westerners.


Helping companies in China with a digital office. The company’s users have more than 10 million users and it says it’s growing fast.


A company to help online retailers in China tackle the country’s ever-present counterfeit goods problem. The startup offers services such as in-store analytics, product testing, and education.


A blockchain-based system for doing business in China — including a way to do digital currency conversions.


A mobile app that generates income for the user - a college student who buys cheap phone cases from China and resells them at a profit.


A two-year-old startup that builds tools for the lucrative e-commerce market in China. The startup has a system that allows online shoppers to track orders, and has a team of about 20 full-time developers.


A messaging app that eliminates the need for SMS text messages to communicate with a business in China. The startup wants to make calls and texts cheaper and faster, with a focus on reducing spam.


This company is building a pipeline connecting the cities that are most in need of food. The company says that it’s selling a food and water delivery system that is working in 12 US cities, and is now looking to expand to China and the Indian Subcontinent.


A Chinese startup that wants to help people learn English faster and easier. The startup writes questions and answers on cards and puts them on a string, which people can play around with. And their idea is proving popular in China, with a million cards sold in three months.


A company that makes modular office furniture that can be built by a customer, shipping it in 5 parts. It currently has 3 large manufacturers that it works with building its products in China.


Building a software platform for community managers in China


A platform for managing supply chains for small businesses, connecting them to factories, distributors, and suppliers. It’s currently working with factories in China and Vietnam.


The story of how the founder of a company that makes protective filters for mobile devices moved to China, raised funding, and founded a rival company.


A platform for “telling your story”. For instance, you can write a story about your business trip to China, dump it into their database of a million other stories and have it created as an infographic.


A startup that wants to build a social credit system in China. They say that if you’re the type of person who might not be able to get a loan in China — like someone living in a rural village — then your credit score will be pretty low. The startup wants to build an online platform to expand the reach of credit scores to everyone.


A platform for buying and selling virtual items like power-ups, skins and runes in esports. PGL is based in China and is already signing up professional esports teams to use its platform, which lets teams create their own websites and sell merchandise.


An offering that gives e-commerce businesses a way to track orders, which is particularly useful for online retailers in China and India.


A tool for people who want to manage their social media presence. The startup has a global team with offices in the US, UK, and China. It has raised $35M from investors including Sequoia Capital.


A platform for hiring professionals in China. The startup provides a platform where companies find and hire digital marketers, digital product managers, and other digital talents.


A Hong Kong-based startup that is doing a joint venture in China with a Chinese partner. The two companies will work together to build a consumer product in China, and then later in Hong Kong.


A startup that is offering a graphical way to explore the world’s most epic landscapes in 3D, including the Alps, Everest, and Kilimanjaro. It’s an easy-to-use 3D modeling platform that lets users build their own worlds, or explore places like Machu Picchu, the Great Wall of China, or the Falkland Islands.


A tool that helps companies in the Southeast Asia and China take their money and invest it in the U.S. in a way that is tax-advantaged.


A solution for managing hotel bookings in China.


A financial management tool for small businesses in China, with a focus on going global.


With this product, customers in India and China can pay for food and groceries from their phones.


Building a digital platform for selling or developing “white widget” products, like a smart thermostat or fitness tracker, to customers in China.


The startup offers a tool for companies to make their own custom, branded products, using a 3D printer and a factory in China. The company has partnered with Unilever, United Parcel Service, and Chipotle among others.


A digital agency that helps companies like Facebook, Google and Apple with communications needs in China. They launched around the same time as startups like Bird and Paper City.


This startup is building a global network of sports stadiums. It’s first project is in Brazil, where it is partnering with an insurance company to run a stadium that hosts games for the local soccer league. The startup is also working with a real estate developer to build a sports stadium in China.


A startup that wants to help companies track their suppliers and employees as they travel to places like China, which they say is a $350 billion market.


Not only does this startup make a cheap, disposable pen that works like a ballpoint, its CEO is also a pen manufacturer. The startup sells its pens for $5, and are made in China similar to Apple products.


A startup based in Shenzhen, China, that’s building a software tool for small businesses that helps with accounting, tax preparation, and payment processing


The startup is building an online platform that allows users to send and receive money in the US and China without having to go through a bank. Users can also set up a virtual wallet for storing and spending in different currencies.


A startup that helps hedge funds and investment managers make better decisions. The startup is based in Silicon Valley, but is also working in China and the UK.


Idea: A startup that is trying to fix the problem of counterfeit drugs in China


Idea: A startup that connects sports teams and their fans in China


Idea: A company that is building a platform to help SMBs in China manage


Idea: Another B2B startup that helps manufacturers manage their supply chains in Asia The startup wants to help people in the US find more specialized manufacturers in China, and claims to have a signed contract with a Fortune 500 company


Idea: With over a billion people in China, the potential for a successful B2C company is there, but most of them are making money on the internet and not offline.


Idea: This startup is building an app to help small to mid-sized business in China apply for and receive loans from banks.


Idea: A startup helping to clean and disinfect homes for Chinese seniors. The company plans to tackle the $12 billion market for cleaning and disinfecting homes for seniors in China.