Bring your Startup to China

Internationalisation in business and science

DC Hub stands for Business and Innovation Hub Germany-China.

The DC Hub specialist network works in the field of internationalization of business and science at the University of Leipzig and plans to create a Germany-wide alumni network of Chinese and German alumni.

DC Hub is a multiplier and co-ordinator of German-Chinese co-operations related to business development, to promote entrepreneurship, innovation and international expansion of trade.

For this purpose, DC-Hub has developed various education programs that contribute to strengthening the management skills of alumni, promoting international entrepreneurship and networking with internationally oriented companies.

Shanghai Startup Class Batch 4

(August/September 2020)

The Shanghai Startup Class Batch 4 application and traveling dates have been changed due to the Coronavirus spread in China (see new dates on application page).

Info

Goals

Internationalization of German start-ups to China
International foundations, especially between German and Chinese partners

Support

for German and Chinese alumni, Born Global start-ups and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)

Network

We promote and strengthen cooperation between German and Chinese business incubators, coworking spaces etc.

How does it work for startups?

  • Level 3

    Accelerator class, that we send to China (Shanghai Startup Class)

  • Level 2

    DC-Hub is building a network

  • Workshops and events about China & Entrepreneurship

Shanghai Startup Class Batch 4

(April / May 2020)

News, Events & Workshops

Webinar series: First steps for startups entering the Chinese market

Insbesondere in Zeiten von Corona und Home Office möchten wir mit allen China-Interessierten Unternehmen und Startups in Kontakt bleiben und auf die Zeit nach der Krise schauen. Deshalb haben wir mit Martin Gothe, China-Experte und Partner im DC-Hub Office Shanghai, eine Webinar-Reihe erstellt. Diese Reihe soll zunächt erste Einblicke in das China-Business geben, weiterführende Fragen …

Webinar: German Healthtec Startup in China (Online panel)

In Zusammenarbeit mit der AHK Shanghai veranstaltet DC-Hub ein Webinar zum Thema German Healthtec in China als Online Panel. Der Gründer des AI & Hardware Start-up diafyt und Teilnehmer der ersten Shanghai Startup Class Thomas Wuttke spricht über seine Erfahrungen bei der Internationalisierung seines Unternehmens in China.

Apply now: Shanghai Start-up Class Batch 4

Die Daten für die Bewerbung und die Reise der Shanghai Startup Class Batch 4 mussten wir leider aufgrund der Verbreitung des Coronavirus in China ändern (siehe unten). DC-Hub hilft deutschen Startups und KMUs dabei, Kompetenzen für den chinesischen Markt aufzubauen. In diesem Zusammenhang unterstützt DC-Hub ausgewählte deutsche Startups und KMU für eine Dauer von max. …

Team

Professor Dr. Utz Dornberger

Professor Dr. Utz Dornberger

Director

Steve Uhlig

Steve Uhlig

Manager International Business Development

Yi Zhang

Yi Zhang

Manager China Affairs

Maedeh Ghobadi

Maedeh Ghobadi

DC-Hub Coordinator


Partner

Martin Gothe

Martin Gothe

Founder & CEO J.A.M Universal

Bob Zheng

Bob Zheng

Founder & CEO People Squared | Shanghai

Linus Schlüter

Linus Schlüter

Confucius Institute Leipzig

Marco Weicholdt

Marco Weicholdt

Coworking Manager & Startup Scout

Tom Felber

Tom Felber

Founder & Partner CREATIVE FACE Consulting|Media|Network

Vincent Shu

Vincent Shu

CEO Pozible Tech

Contact

Want to join our program or drop a message?

Office Leipzig

International SEPT Program
Leipzig University
Ritterstr. 9-13
04109 Leipzig
Germany

Office Shanghai

Donghai Plaza Fl. 1
No. 28 East Yuyuan Rd.
Shanghai 200040
China

Phone / E-Mail

+49 341 – 97 39765
info@dc-hub.de

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The Business and Innovation Hub Germany – China (DC-Hub) is an innovative concept of the International SEPT-Program of the University of Leipzig, in cooperation with the Konfuzius-Institut Leipzig, the Basislager Coworking and J.A.M. Universal Trading for the Germany-wide work of the German-Chinese alumni networks.
The project is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, accompanied by the DAAD.