The New York Times posted an interview with Lennon Tsai:
With the help of cheap manufacturing, Mr. Tsai’s company, iGrow, is now aiming to build its presence in the United States by selling inexpensive grow kits. His company, based in Hangzhou, China, is an example of a new generation of Chinese start-ups that are more flexible, internationally aware and globally ambitious than their forebears.
In the interview, Mr. Tsai discusses the difficulties in selling his plan to his staff and why he founded his company.
Read Paul Mozur’s “Gardening Start-Up in China Chances Upon U.S. Marijuana Market”: http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/11/25/gardening-start-up-in-china-chances-upon-u-s-marijuana-market/