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Chinese Startup Ideas



11 months ago

 A Chinese-language news app. They have about 200,000 users, and are profitable. They’ve already raised $3.5 million.

149
1 year ago

An ecommerce platform for the Chinese market, allowing customers to purchase items online without leaving home.

116
1 year ago

This’s the second time around for the company, which previously launched a version of its product in China in 2017, and lost most of its customers after the Chinese government blocked its service.

111
1 year ago

A startup that provides consulting to businesses that want to enter the Chinese market

106
1 year ago

A Chinese-based company that is trying to build a subscription-based web hosting service.

106
1 year ago

A Chinese-focused ecommerce platform that was built on the idea that China's economy is less of a free market and more of a controlled economic system. The company is working on a solution to let individuals buy goods without a bank account and without a traditional credit card.

102
1 year ago

A startup that helps people learn Chinese through video content that is designed to be slower paced, allowing for a more natural experience.

101
1 year ago

A SaaS platform that wants to help U.S. businesses compete with Chinese suppliers.

99
1 year ago

A Chinese-American startup that’s building an app that makes it easier to pay for things online. The app is in private beta and is already available in Shanghai, Shanghai and other parts of China.

97
11 months ago

A company that creates high-end perfume and other luxury goods for the Chinese market. The company offers traditional Chinese medicine and traditional Chinese medicine-infused products.

97
1 year ago

A startup that helps American companies sell to consumers in China and other Asian markets by taking over the process of getting a Chinese partner to buy their product.

95
1 year ago

A Chinese startup that provides accommodation for Laowai (foreigners) in China.

93
10 months ago

A partnership between a French startup and a Chinese firm, with an eye on the international market. A company that wants to make marketing easy for small businesses.

93
1 year ago

A startup that helps Chinese companies grow overseas by leveraging the data on their Chinese customers to target them in the US

92
1 year ago

A collaboration platform for photographers and artists, built for the Chinese market. They have a service called “A.P.I.S.” where artists and photographers can upload art and photographers can upload photos to sell.

92
10 months ago

A startup with an app that can block websites that operate in countries where the government is blocked. The startup is currently focused on the Chinese market.

92
1 year ago

A startup that’s building an AI assistant for Chinese gamers.

91
1 year ago

A startup that sells a tool that helps people manage their finances (especially for people with ADHD) A startup that provides a service to help people of Chinese heritage learn about their family’s history

86
1 year ago

A Chinese-based startup that’s working on bringing a streamlining to the process of applying for a loan.

84
1 year ago

A company that helps businesses in the US and Canada use “reloads” from clients in China to avoid paying Chinese taxes

81
1 year ago

This startup is going after the $2.5 trillion PBOC, or People’s Bank of China. A financial technology startup that wants to serve the Chinese populace that isn’t as online-savvy as westerners.

79
1 year ago

A startup that provides a platform for individuals to learn Chinese online, in an app, and receive individually tailored lessons.

79
1 year ago

A Chinese startup that’s building a global marketplace for movies. The startup wants to make it easier for people to buy and sell movies, with an interface that will integrate with sites like Vimeo and YouTube.

69
7 months ago

 A blockchain-based solution for streaming Chinese TV to the world

67
8 months ago

Seed funding for a free online course on investing in Chinese stock markets and investing in Chinese businesses.

61
1 year ago

A Chinese startup that wants to help people learn English faster and easier. The startup writes questions and answers on cards and puts them on a string, which people can play around with. And their idea is proving popular in China, with a million cards sold in three months.

58
3 months ago

China’s internet giants are increasingly dominating the global digital advertising market. A recent report from Digiday says: “Chinese social media and news platforms have commanded the lion’s share of ad revenue as global digital ad spend in the country has grown at a staggering compound annual growth rate of around 40% over the last five years.” How are these companies making money They’re using the vast audience of consumers on social media for traditional advertising.

31
8 months ago

A Hong Kong-based startup that is doing a joint venture in China with a Chinese partner. The two companies will work together to build a consumer product in China, and then later in Hong Kong.

28
6 months ago

A local Chinese startup building a food delivery app. Currently operating in the Beijing market, it wants to go global in 4 years.

26
5 months ago

A tool that helps companies in France, Germany, and Belgium connect to Chinese suppliers.

23
6 months ago

An online marketplace that connects Chinese consumers with imported fashion goods.

22
3 months ago

A startup that helps Chinese people who are learning English. The company is currently gathering feedback.

21
4 months ago

This startup, which is focused on local Chinese media, aims to build a platform to help media companies target ads to specific consumers.

17
1 month ago

A social network for Chinese startups to raise capital and connect with investors.

15
4 months ago

A game of skill and speed to help people learn Chinese

10
3 months ago

As of 2017, China’s biggest internet companies are Tencent, WeChat, Weibo, and Baidu. These companies have all been spending heavily on Facebook and Instagram ads, which have grown rapidly in the region. For example, WeChat spent $6.5 billion on ads in 2018 and Baidu spent $3.6 billion. Top global brands are also spending heavily on Chinese social media. For example, Coca-Cola has spent $2.2 billion on WeChat ads since February 2018.

10
1 year ago

Idea: A Chinese-English dictionary to help people learn languages

5
3 days ago

A joint venture between Taiwanese and Malaysian companies building a logistics platform for small and medium enterprises. The startup wants to be the Amazon of Chinese logistics companies.

2
1 year ago

Idea: A startup helping to clean and disinfect homes for Chinese seniors. The company plans to tackle the $12 billion market for cleaning and disinfecting homes for seniors in China.

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