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Q: How to go about finding partners for business projects in China?

i have some innovation ideas constantly in mind which can benefit our daily life. i don't know how to make it happen, through draw the scrip, to make module and  apply pattern, later maybe selling in the market after some market research/investigating. i need professional help, not only talking, maybe partnership to develop business. and also to know where to get the investment loan interesting.

7 years 29 weeks ago in  Web & Technology - Shanghai

 
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Depending on the amount of funding needed, there are many options available from Angel to Institutional to Incubator.  If you are in Shanghai, simply do a search on Google for startup partners and you are sure to get a lot of hits.  Attend the networking events, give out your elevator pitch and see who bites.

 

If you need only a very small amount of funding to build a prototype and you also want some expert advice on how  to run a tech business, then I suggest you look at the accelerators/incubators out there.

 

I know that there is an excellent program in Dalian that may suit your needs.  Check them out at http://www.chinaaccelerator.com/en/

 

Good luck with your ideas.

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You seem like a sound and experienced business professional. I'm in. 

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You provide the money, I'll provide the being cool. Together we'll be unstoppable.

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thanks you guys, yes, everybody need money. despite the independent work, or social nets, i think there has to be a system which work on it, encourage people, boast their brain, make dream come true. even tried, failed, but nothing wrong of being brave and creative, there are somehow support, inspiration from GOD, no matter where are you from.could we build up it?

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You may consider saving up to build the prototype and once you have a working prototype approaching an investor. This way you'll show your own commitment to your idea and also that you are a go getter. Many people have great ideas and talk about them ad infinitum but nothing seems to come from it. As far as finance goes there are lots of investors looking to increase their profits from start ups but they all require assurances that their money will not be squandered on hair brain ideas that are all talk.

 

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