We’re trying again! The volunteers and organizers from various startup events in China hope to band together under the Shenzhen team (SZteam) brand.

Many other cities around the world, and in China, have created such volunteer driven organizations. We are passionate about doing the same in Shenzhen.

We hope to be the organizing group for such local Shenzhen events such as:

Startup Weekend
Bar Camp
Startup Saturday
Startup Sauna

We are open to anyone in the community who wants to support this movement!

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Happy 2013! SZteam coworking office has moved locations a few times, and most currently we are now cooperating together with the new 3W coffee shop in north high tech park! They started in Beijing, China with a massive following and during the summer of 2012 opened their second location here in Shenzhen city!

We’re very excited to cooperate together and support startups and entrepreneurship in this lively and young city of Shenzhen.

Currently SZteam coworking office has moved to cooperate together with the Shenzhen 3W coffee startup cafe:

3w Coffee Startup Cafe
first floor , East block, Yuanxing technology building
No.1 Songping Rd. North district ,
High tech park (north)
Nanshan, Shenzhen

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We are organizing our return! Shenzhen needs a startup community! It deserves one!

We are also creating a private-network for those who apply that will be on http://startup.szteam.com

Startup Weekend is coming Nov 9 – 11

Please contact mike @ szteam.com if you would like to get involved in organizing startup weekend or startup tuesdays!

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Date: Tuesday April 24th , 2012
Time: 7pm – about 9pm

Who: Stephen Forte

Topic: Exit Strategies for Startups


Fee: 20RMB

Location: At ChaiHuo.org hackerspace (its behind the holiday inn in nanshan district)

Click for Map

 

About: Stephen Forte

Stephen Forte is the Chief Strategy Officer of the venture backed company, Telerik, a leading vendor of developer and team productivity tools. Involved in several startups, he was the co-founder of Triton Works, which was acquired by UBM (London: UBM.L) in 2010 and was the Chief Technology Officer and co-founder of Corzen, Inc., which was acquired by Wanted Technologies (TXV: WAN) in 2007. Prior to Corzen, Stephen served as the CTO ofZagat Survey in New York City (acquired by Google in 2011) and also was co-founder of the New York-based software consulting firm The Aurora Development Group. Stephen is also a Certified Scrum Master, Certified Scrum Professional, PMP, and also speaks regularly at industry conferences around the world. He has written several books on application and database development. Stephen has an MBA from the City University of New York. Stephen is also a board member of the Scrum Alliance. An avid mountain climber, Stephen leads a trek in the Mt. Everest region every fall to raise money for charity. Stephen lives in Hong Kong with his wife.

 

 

Chai Huo hackerspace
#0728, Bld #5, Dong Hua Yuan (Next to Holiday Inn)
Nanhai Avenue, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, China

MTR – Luobao Line (line 1) to the Tao Yuan stop (just past Shenzhen University) and about a 10 minute walk

Thanks guys, I have a feeling a lot of people will get lost, but you can call Mike Michelini’s china mobile at +86 15816859376 , I also have whatsapp,

Map here:

Chai Huo Co-Working Space

Walking directions to Chai Huo hackerspace Shenzhen from TaoYuan MTR stop:

Taoyuan
广东省深圳市南山区学府路
China
1. Head south toward 学府路
51 m
2. Turn left onto 学府路
140 m
3. Turn right onto 南山大道
400 m
4. Turn left onto 滨海大道
120 m
5. Continue onto 滨海大道辅路
300 m
6. Turn right onto 南光路
120 m
7. Turn left
83 m
8. Turn right
Destination will be on the left

Get in touch with Nick via:

sina weibo : @SteveForte

 

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Date: Tuesday April 3rd , 2012
Time: 7pm – about 9pm

Who: Nick Plante, Co-founder of Wefunder and Zerosum Labs

Topic: How to find a technical cofounder?


Fee: Free

Location: At ChaiHuo.org hackerspace (its behind the holiday inn in nanshan district)

Click for Map

 

About: Co-founder of Wefunder and Zerosum Labs. Formerly CTO of Mogoterra. Organizer of Rails Rumble (largest global weekend hack competition), Startup Workaway, created RDoc.info. Ruby / JavaScript / OSS / product hacker and wannabe designer. Experienced in the developer tooling and crowdfunding markets. Mentor at HAXLR8R in Shenzhen.

 

 

Chai Huo hackerspace
#0728, Bld #5, Dong Hua Yuan (Next to Holiday Inn)
Nanhai Avenue, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, China

MTR – Luobao Line (line 1) to the Tao Yuan stop (just past Shenzhen University) and about a 10 minute walk

Thanks guys, I have a feeling a lot of people will get lost, but you can call Mike Michelini’s china mobile at +86 15816859376 , I also have whatsapp,

Map here:

Chai Huo Co-Working Space

Walking directions to Chai Huo hackerspace Shenzhen from TaoYuan MTR stop:

Taoyuan
广东省深圳市南山区学府路
China
1. Head south toward 学府路
51 m
2. Turn left onto 学府路
140 m
3. Turn right onto 南山大道
400 m
4. Turn left onto 滨海大道
120 m
5. Continue onto 滨海大道辅路
300 m
6. Turn right onto 南光路
120 m
7. Turn left
83 m
8. Turn right
Destination will be on the left

Get in touch with Nick via:

 

Date: Tuesday March 27th, 2012
Time: 7pm – about 9pm
Topic: Huck Liang, CEO and founder of foblc.com

How to register Hong Kong or Shenzhen companies

Fee: Free

Location: At ChaiHuo.org hackerspace (its behind the holiday inn in nanshan district)

Click for Map

 

 

 

 

Chai Huo hackerspace
#0728, Bld #5, Dong Hua Yuan (Next to Holiday Inn)
Nanhai Avenue, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, China

MTR – Luobao Line (line 1) to the Tao Yuan stop (just past Shenzhen University) and about a 10 minute walk

Thanks guys, I have a feeling a lot of people will get lost, but you can call Mike Michelini’s china mobile at +86 15816859376 , I also have whatsapp,

Map here:

Chai Huo Co-Working Space

Walking directions to Chai Huo hackerspace Shenzhen from TaoYuan MTR stop:

Taoyuan
广东省深圳市南山区学府路
China
1. Head south toward 学府路
51 m
2. Turn left onto 学府路
140 m
3. Turn right onto 南山大道
400 m
4. Turn left onto 滨海大道
120 m
5. Continue onto 滨海大道辅路
300 m
6. Turn right onto 南光路
120 m
7. Turn left
83 m
8. Turn right
Destination will be on the left

 


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Date: Tuesday March 20th, 2012
Time: 7pm – about 9pm
Topic:This Tuesday come join us for an open topic and networking session!

Same time , same place- bring a beer , see you there.

Fee: Free

Location: At ChaiHuo.org hackerspace (its behind the holiday inn in nanshan district)

Click for Map

 

 

 

 

Chai Huo hackerspace
#0728, Bld #5, Dong Hua Yuan (Next to Holiday Inn)
Nanhai Avenue, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, China

MTR – Luobao Line (line 1) to the Tao Yuan stop (just past Shenzhen University) and about a 10 minute walk

Thanks guys, I have a feeling a lot of people will get lost, but you can call Mike Michelini’s china mobile at +86 15816859376 , I also have whatsapp,

Map here:

Chai Huo Co-Working Space

Walking directions to Chai Huo hackerspace Shenzhen from TaoYuan MTR stop:

Taoyuan
广东省深圳市南山区学府路
China
1. Head south toward 学府路
51 m
2. Turn left onto 学府路
140 m
3. Turn right onto 南山大道
400 m
4. Turn left onto 滨海大道
120 m
5. Continue onto 滨海大道辅路
300 m
6. Turn right onto 南光路
120 m
7. Turn left
83 m
8. Turn right
Destination will be on the left

 

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Date: Tuesday March 13th, 2012
Time: 7pm – about 9pm
Topic: Dealing with creative product design inside China

Fee: Free

Location: At ChaiHuo.org hackerspace (its behind the holiday inn in nanshan district)

Click for Map

David aka Digitalboy is the lead product designer for the famous Chinese brand GeekCook – a brand that represents individuality and creativity in China. David has experience in managing a team o dynamic and creative Chinese employees in Dongguan, China and we are excited to hear him share his experiences!

 

Chai Huo hackerspace
#0728, Bld #5, Dong Hua Yuan (Next to Holiday Inn)
Nanhai Avenue, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, China

MTR – Luobao Line (line 1) to the Tao Yuan stop (just past Shenzhen University) and about a 10 minute walk

Thanks guys, I have a feeling a lot of people will get lost, but you can call Mike Michelini’s china mobile at +86 15816859376 , I also have whatsapp,

Map here:

Chai Huo Co-Working Space

Walking directions to Chai Huo hackerspace Shenzhen from TaoYuan MTR stop:

Taoyuan
广东省深圳市南山区学府路
China
1. Head south toward 学府路
51 m
2. Turn left onto 学府路
140 m
3. Turn right onto 南山大道
400 m
4. Turn left onto 滨海大道
120 m
5. Continue onto 滨海大道辅路
300 m
6. Turn right onto 南光路
120 m
7. Turn left
83 m
8. Turn right
Destination will be on the left

Twitter: @digitalboy

Flickr: digitalboy100

Website: http://GeekCook.net

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/GeekCookNet


 

 

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Date: Tuesday March 6th, 2012
Time: 7pm – about 9pm
Topic: We have Nick and Tim, two young American entreprenuers who moved to China after graduation from University, to discuss the importance of networking abroad. Currently, they are involved in several venture in a variety of fields, such as importing, e-commerce and sourcing.

Fee: Free

Location: At ChaiHuo.org hackerspace (its behind the holiday inn in nanshan district)

Click for Map

Chai Huo hackerspace
#0728, Bld #5, Dong Hua Yuan (Next to Holiday Inn)
Nanhai Avenue, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, China

MTR – Luobao Line (line 1) to the Tao Yuan stop (just past Shenzhen University) and about a 10 minute walk

Thanks guys, I have a feeling a lot of people will get lost, but you can call Mike Michelini’s china mobile at +86 15816859376 , I also have whatsapp,

Map here:

Chai Huo Co-Working Space

Walking directions to Chai Huo hackerspace Shenzhen from TaoYuan MTR stop:

Taoyuan
广东省深圳市南山区学府路
China
1. Head south toward 学府路
51 m
2. Turn left onto 学府路
140 m
3. Turn right onto 南山大道
400 m
4. Turn left onto 滨海大道
120 m
5. Continue onto 滨海大道辅路
300 m
6. Turn right onto 南光路
120 m
7. Turn left
83 m
8. Turn right
Destination will be on the left

 

Who are Nick and Tim ? pls see below:

Twitter: @theelevatorlife

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/theelevatorlife

Blog: www.theelevatorlife.com

 

 

 

Worked over the past couple days to queue up speakers and topics to keep the Startup Tuesdays rocking after an awesome Boyd Jones talk last tuesday, Rachel + Henry from comfortworks home decoraustralian ecommerce startups, they have some experience in the Australian startup weekends and event management – taking a huge load off my shoulders updating the Shenzhen Marketing website, and designing a cool logo for it (in this blog post). Finally getting some good teams setup for the Startup Weekend and the Startup Tuesdays….and work is getting done much faster and more “on its own two feet”

 

 

So this evening I finalized the next 3 weeks….an been blasting it out on the internet to the various groups, blogs, and email blasts….so excited to say we have 3 cool Startup Tuesdays lined up for the next 3 weeks:

 

 

(1) this Tuesday, March 6, 7pm at chaihuo
2 American’s doing business in Guangzhou, their experiences in GZ + the startup scene there

http://www.shenzhenmarketing.com/march-6-nick-ramil-and-tim-nybo-from-f2e-venturestel/

Currently based in Guangzhou, Nick and Tim are two young American entreprenuers who moved to China after graduation from University. Currently, they are involved in several venture in a variety of fields, such as importing, e-commerce and sourcing.

 

 

 

(2) next Tuesday March 13, 7pm at Chaihuo
David Zhang from Geekcook talks about dealing with creative product design inside China
(3) Tuesday March 20, 7pm at Chaihuo
Lei Gao working on a new design startup, will speak on working with remote / virtual teams in a startup, the tools he uses.
he works in Chaihuo daily, while managing workers around the globe from his laptop. how does he do it, what tools does he use…he will go through it at this Startup Tuesday meeting

 

 

 

Event planning is an exhausting thing to do…and sometimes thankless because people get used to it happening, and being free. But finally, I feel Shenzhen startup community has reached critical mass and a “tipping point”, and see teams and support networking forming to let me get some breathing room.

 

 

Please, let me know if you want to be a speaker in Shenzhen!

Short post today. Short and Sweet.

Which of the 2 logos for Shenzhen marketing do you like?