OnePiece Programs

OnePiece Work is not only a co-working space or an incubator, but a bridge connecting global resources to opportunities. We now provide unique programs to different members. You can find what you need according to different programs.

Delegation Program

Each year, thousands of delegates come to Silicon Valley from Asia to learn about technology, trends, exchange, and to invest. Alternately, navigating Asia can be confusing for westerners. Entrepreneurs are curious about Asia’s market, policies, and investment opportunities. Thus, as the biggest Asian co-working space and incubator, OnePiece has created a bridge between the individual resources of the US and Asia. Since 2016, we’ve successfully received hundreds of delegations, including Alibaba, Into, Tencent, Netease, Baidu, Didi, the City of Osaka, etc. Deals for billions of dollars were made.

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Localization Program

We believe localization in another country is the most difficult part of the journey for a startup or enterprise. Only by being deeply involved with the local community, market, and culture, can you succeed. We’ve seen many like Google, Facebook, Uber, etc. fail upon entering a foreign market. China has quite a different system of localization because of its unique culture. To expand your Chinese market, you should find the right partner. Asian startups also struggle entering the US market due to the language barrier and cultural differences. You can now breathe easier about localization in the US or Asia: as a cross-border resource company, OnePiece has helped many companies successfully register, launch, market, or do PR with cross-border needs.

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Elite Program

Want a 21st century education? The Elite Program prepares college students for their future startups and creates a talent base for startups and investors. Here students will get access to top-tier startup internships, professional startup education, funding for winners of startup competitions, and communication with top investors. This program is a must if you are interested in creating your own company.

Wharton University of Pennsylvania
Ceibs
Nanyang Technological University
UC Davis University of California
Pepperdine
The University of California Berkley
The University of California
Stanford Junior University
University of Southern California

Clients

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Partners

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