techcrunch.com – Hans Tung
How to join the network
A generation ago, well-known Internet and tech giants with global ambitions tried to break into the Chinese market but often failed.
Those attempts have been well-documented, but conditions change when a country like China goes through its own mobile revolution.
Fast-forward to 2015, and times have changed drastically. Today, startups around the world have a real chance to break into China, no matter how global financial markets are behaving.
That generational change is a big deal — in a world where startups are judged by how fast they grow — even as they approach an IPO — the allure of the world’s largest market should draw the attention of the most ambitious founders worldwide.