A lot has changed since we last visited China in August 2018, hasn’t it?
After merging Musical.ly with TikTok, Bytedance is witnessing its video-based social media product grow faster than any other application, catering to all kinds of demographics. ByteDance’s Helo is beating ShareChat at its game in the Indian vernacular social media’s home turf itself.
Grofers tried Pinduoduo’s group buying model on its platform.
Xiaomi launched its cross-border e-comm application ShareSave in India. Meituan Dianping went a $4.2 billion IPO to become the fourth largest company in China.
Ritesh Agarwal directly focussed himself on China operations and took the real estate inventory in China to 20 per cent more than what they have in India. It also got $100 million investment from China’s cab-hailing major Didi Chuxing.
Ola got investment from Chinese scooter major Vogo, and Shadowfax wants to bank on the logistics opportunity that bilateral trade between India and China creates
In short, the competition in the Indian and Chinese market is growing, while at the same time, the synergies and investments between the two countries are also strengthening. Not to forget, these Chinese giants are growing at a rate that Indian startups are is still trying to achieve.
Entrackr comes with good news for all you folks who would like to witness the houses and meet the people from these companies that are leading in not just China, but the world.
Want to see how ByteDance manages to stay on top of the growth charts in all its product offerings? How Meituan Dianping is operating a public company?
Want to see what is going on in the offices of Ctrip, Baidu, Tencent, Shareit, Kwai, Paipaidai, Fosun, Yokuku, Cheetah Mobile, Google China, and Club Factory? Learn how group buying works at Pinduoduo and ShareSave?
Want to see how Jack Ma’s empire is shaping the future of the Chinese economy?
Entrackr has organised a well-curated China Trip that would give you an opportunity to seek answers for all your questions, inquisitions, and curiosities.
Not just that, you can also form a network in the best of these Chinese companies and create new long-standing relationships. For all those fellows, who want to go and meet these companies with the hope of an investment, we have also kept a separate event in addition to the meetings, that will focus solely on India Internet Investment.
And let’s be honest, we all also want to see what China has best to offer infra-structurally, culturally and in terms of landscapes. Bingo! In this second edition of 8 days Unicorn Trip 2.O, there are 2 days that are kept just for you all to enjoy China, along with some other treats here and there.
Starting from Beijing on 20th May 2019, you can visit 3 cities – Hangzhou, Shanghai, and Beijing – and 17 companies in 8 days ending 25th May 2019 (26th and 27th May extra).
For Indian startups, there could not be a more favourable time to harp on synergies in China (strategic as well as relating to investments). Meeting successful entrepreneurs from different walks of work-life, learning from their experiences, can help immensely in accelerating the scale of the local startups and benefit the stakeholders.
With this trip, Entrackr intends to provide comprehensive exposure to Indian entrepreneurs, VCs in China and bridge the existing gaps for fostering meaningful and uninterrupted engagements.
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