China is entering its golden age of sharing. Since last March, the mobile charger sharing industry has successfully gathered nearly 1 billion in funding: Anker raised 300M RMB from Ou Chen, Hi Dian raised to near 100M in A round, Xiaodian topped the game by raising 350M. Laidian, one of the major competitors also announced its raise of 20M USD in A round. Along with rolling out their expansion plans, startups continuously announced its funding news, thus making the mobile charger rental business labeled with the buzzword "sharing economy" after the bikes. But skeptics from tech tycoons like Pony Ma and tech media like PingWest are also doubting the business model's viability and sustainability, fearing it's just another hype. This time Startup Grind Shenzhen invites Mu Ren, Partner and CMO of Laidian to our July Event and he will demystify some of the most debated rumors and doubts of the business and discusses how they are going to win the game.