startups in china
Point-of-sale startup Bindo is ready to ride on China’s ecommerce growth.
Xiaomi announces its half-yearly sales results in light of a slowed and increasingly commodified smartphone market.
Nice changes direction and broadens its horizon in an effort to attract more users and move beyond its homeland of China.
The Shanghai-based startup designs and produces 3D-printed press-on nails and then sells them around the world.
Rage faces, Obama’s “not bad” face, something that looks like Dick Butt - welcome to China's oddest (and most fun) new social app.
China is still a country where people prefer to pay up-front – often with wads of cash. But that's not stopping startups from offering loans and microloans.
We hear a lot of buzz around startups and entrepreneurs in Hong Kong and in other parts of Asia. What we often don’t hear are the voices of the entrepreneurs th...
It’s not a controller, it’s not a hub, and it’s not just for notifications. But this startup thinks the ELLA Assistant is a helpful addition to any household.
China has been a hub of entrepreneurship for many years now. From the Zhongguancun technology hub in Beijing with Baidu and Sina, to Alibaba in Hangzhou, to Ten...
In practice, the anonymous social network sounds a lot like Whisper, Secret, or Yik Yak, but this new app instead focuses on your voice.
Edutech startups don't have the legacy or data to prove they're effective. Parents won't risk their children's precious free time on experimental methods.
Beijing-based SmellMe is adding O2O services to its app in addition to the social networking features for cats and dogs.
Chinaccelerator MD William Bao Bean hailed the fact that the current batch was made up of 50 percent female CEOs and 43 percent female founders.
Bao Pinche, like BlaBlaCar, targets drivers and passengers on long-distance trips, such as long commutes and holiday travel.
The Laser Egg claims to be the most accurate in its price range, and it connects to its fellow devices in the cloud to map out oases of clean air.
The new feature, Shun Feng Che, will focus on urban commuters starting in Beijing and roll out to 26 cities by the end of this month.
Lvmama, a Chinese tourism booking site, has received RMB 500 million (US$80 million) in series E funding from Jinjiang International Group.
Through Meirong Zongjian, users can request a beautician come straight to their home for a facial or massage. It raised US$15 million in series A funding.
FruitDay claims to be the largest fresh produce etailer in China by revenue, and it expects to have more than 10 million users this year.
Baihe approaches dating from an empirical and practical - some might say materialistic- perspective, with the end goal being marriage.
Wifi Skeleton Key is one of China’s most popular yet unheard-of apps, and it just got $52M in series A funding at a reportedly $1 billion valuation.
Mocar sends out mechanics to do light repairs and thorough maintenance in three Chinese cities.
A new startup wants to cut out the middleman and save China’s medical tourists time and money on things like cosmetic surgery or IVF.
Xiu’s investment comes just days after several high-profile luxury brands filed a lawsuit against China’s biggest ecommerce company, Alibaba.
Face++ makes a cloud-based API and an SDK so developers can incorporate face recognition into their on apps. The startup has over 30,000 developers on board.