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Hacker Camp Shenzhen Day 3: Office Hunting, Labor Supply, Starting a Business

Posted on Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014 in Hacker Camp Shenzhen by DP
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By ian

Day 3, the final day of Hacker Camp Shenzhen. If you’re in love and you’ve decided to stay, Ian @ Dangerous Prototypes shows how to find a home and office. Presentation here.

Jin @ FlyLin Consulting shares the process of starting a Chinese company in Shenzhen, and how to hire short term labor for kitting and assembly. Presentation here.

Chester works in an agency that helps foreigners start companies in Shenzhen and Hong Kong. Through the Chinese company foreigners can apply for a long term work permit and visa. Presentation here.

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One Response to “Hacker Camp Shenzhen Day 3: Office Hunting, Labor Supply, Starting a Business”

  1. dieter says:

    there was a song by Rammstein “We’re all living in America”.
    so, according to Ian we should all sing in future – We are all living in China.

    here within, I am a little sad, if ball (notice: football soccer) is always going into one gate or goal…

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