There’s a saying in Silicon Valley, “There are only two kinds of incubators, YC, and those that are not.”
The internet industry in China has changed dramatically over the past few decades, from ‘Copy to China’ to ‘Copy from China’, as more of the world’s top venture capital resources set eyes on China.
36Kr, China’s biztech media and also KrASIA parent, has invited Eric Migicovsky, partner of Silicon Valley’s top incubator Y Combinator to talk about the current situation of entrepreneurial development in the US and China.
Through the event, Eric will talk about how to apply for YC incubator and if your project /idea is well developed.
Book yourself a place by scanning the QR code provided below.
Time: April 4, 2018, 4:00 pm
Location: 6F, Junhao Central Park Square, Chaoyang District, Beijing
About Eric Migicovsky:
Eric Migicovsky is the founder of Pebble Technology (YC W11) which was acquired by Fitbit in 2016. While studying engineering at the University of Waterloo in 2008, Eric began building smartwatches with a group of friends. In April 2012, Eric and his team launched Pebble on Kickstarter where it became the most successful crowdfunded project in Kickstarter’s history. Pebble has sold over 2,000,000 watches.
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