Ten New Swiss Startups Selected to Conquer China

by swisscham in BUSINESS NEWS

After a very successful second edition of the program venture leaders China in 2015, 10 new Swiss startups forming the ÒSwiss national startup teamÓ are ready to conquer the Middle Kingdom in October 2016. They will meet local investors, dive into ChinaÕs entrepreneurial ecosystem and learn about the opportunities of doing business there. For Swiss startups, China is a key market to explore. With the necessity to increase the visibility of Swiss high-tech innovation in China, venturelab launched the first edition of venture leaders China in 2014 on the model of the venture leaders programs in New York and Boston. This yearÕs finalists will pitch their novel technologies to local investors, experts and entrepreneurs in four fast paced innovation hubs: Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen and for the first time this year, Hong Kong. The trip is coorganized with swissnex China.

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