the New Beginning · Shanghai

Nov. 25th – 28th, 2017 | TechCrunch Shanghai 2017

Startup Competiton

We don’t want to see people who act important roles in bright future lose opportunities to success because of some minor problems. We’d like to accept the startup teams from all over the world and communicate with them. We also have invited the CEOs and founders from top investment institutions who give advices and protections to the entrepreneurs.


Our investor meetup will give you a chance to get face time with some of the world’s top angel investors and venture capitalists, including IDG, Sequoia, GGV, Zhenfund and more. Entrepreneurs will be given ten minutes to chat with VC mentors about anything from their business plan to fundraising and even market trends.

Startup Alley

Our startup alley invites hundreds of local and international startups to share their vision with media, investors and other industry professionals. Preference is given to younger startups, particularly those less than two years old with under $1 million USD in total funding, though we invite entrepreneurs from all tech-related industries to showcase their business.


Our Hackathon is a staple across all major TechCrunch events, and one of top industry startup events globally. Each team will have 24 hours to complete a product design and create a beta product.This year we are inviting judges from global top 500 companies to pick the winning projects.

One of the Most Anticipated Tech Conferences in the World

Press Coverage from World’s Leading Media


Fung Global Retail & Technology

At Day 2 of the TechCrunch 2017 Conference taking place in Shenzhen, entrepreneurs from China’s leading startups, including many unicorns, shared their vision for their industries’ growth potential and the latest developments taking place. Wei Zhang, CTO of Meitu—a global innovator in mobile video and photography, including beauty-themed photo and video apps—shared his vision to expand the company’s beauty ecosystem to providing skincare consultation. When users take a selfie, the app will collect data and provide a diagnosis of their skin’s health using artificial intelligence (AI).


South China Morning Post

Bike-sharing data could to be used to improve urban transport planning and cut congestion, leading firms tell tech conference. Co-founders of market leaders Mobike and Ofo say their systems are generating multiple terabytes of data daily.

About TechCrunch International City Event

TechCrunch is a leading technology media property, dedicated to obsessively profiling startups, reviewing new Internet products, and breaking tech news. Founded in June 2005, TechCrunch and its network of websites now reach over 12 million unique visitors and draw more than 37 million page views per month. The TechCrunch community includes more than 2 million friends and followers on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google and other social media. The TechCrunch conference series combines leading innovator interviews with a startup launch competition and attracts over 2,000 attendees in New York, San Francisco, Beijing, and Shanghai.
It has been four years since and the TechCrunch China Summit landed in China. In that time, we have seen 7 sessions in Beijing and Shanghai with more than 560 speaker, including the world’s most famous entrepreneur, venture investor like Alphabet/Google CEO Mr. Eric Schmidt, Xiaoping Xu, Fan Bao, Kaifu Li, Yossi Vardi, Davide Cole, and Huateng Ma, CEO of Tencent as well as other high-profile guests from around the world from companies including, Twitter, ZTE, DJI, Xiaomi, iRobot, Smartisan, Mobike, Sogou, Mogujie,, and NextVR.
Each session has attracted 200+ startups, 170+ media around the world, furthermore, our feature VC Meetup sessions attracted 800+ startups to participate. The annual TechCrunch Summit is the definitive international venture conference in China.