Factories Aren’t Dying to Take Your Order And Other Hardware Startup Follies

Factories Aren’t Dying to Take Your Order And Other Hardware Startup Follies

By Rui Ma As the Greater China Investment Partner for 500 Startups, I have been finding myself fielding an increasing number of questions about the manufacturing process in China, especially as we see more investments in the hardware and connected devices space. Based in Beijing, I have made numerous trips to southern China in the past year, specifically Shenzhen — I even shared in an… Read More

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