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Gorry's suite of wellness services targets Indonesia's increasingly health conscious population.

Founded in 2001, Oriza Holdings manages over RMB 51.4 billion in assets. The fund focuses on equity investment, debt financing and equity investment services. Through its equity investment platforms and venture capital funds, Oriza Holdings has backed 65 startups that have gone public.

Founded in Shenzhen in 1993, Grandland Holdings comprises four companies - Grandland Group, Grandland Property, Grandland Capital, and Grandland Investment. It operates in the sectors of decoration, real estate, high-tech and finance. Grandland Holdings has total assets of RMB 30 billion, which are invested in more than 30 listed companies. It acquired the Permasteelisa Group, a leading Italian curtain wall corporation, for RMB 3.66 billion in 2017.

Formerly known as Tsinghua University Science Park (TusPark) Development Center founded in August 1994, Tus-Holdings was incorporated in 2000. The company takes full responsibility for developing, constructing, operating and managing TusPark.Tus-Holdings is the controlling shareholder, or shareholder, of over 800 listed and non-listed enterprises. The total assets under its management amount to nearly RMB 200bn.

Shenzhen-listed Oceanwide Holdings is part of the China Oceanwide empire founded and controlled by Lu Zhiqiang, one of China’s wealthiest billionaires. Oceanwide is also the founding and controlling shareholder of Minsheng Bank, the first private sector-backed commercial bank in China, and the third-largest shareholder of Legend Holdings, the investment group behind Lenovo. Its interests span globally across financial services, energy, culture and media, and real estate. 

Established in 2002, Hong Kong Stock Exchange-listed NWS Holdings’ main businesses are in infrastructure and service. Its main shareholder is New World Development. Henry Cheng currently serves as chairman and executive director of NWS Holdings. He is the eldest son of Dr Cheng Yu-tung, the founder of New World Development, a Hong Kong-based conglomerate engaged in property development, infrastructure and services. 

Well-known entrepreneur Yu Minhong and Sheng Xitai, a senior investment banker, co-founded Aplus Capital in November 2014. In November 2017, Aplus Capital formally changed its name to  Hongtai Capital Holdings. By the end of 2018, the assets under its management have amounted to over RMB 20 billion. Hongtai Capital Holdings mainly invests in startups in various stages of growth and focuses on sectors of artificial intelligence, big data, consumer products, entertainment, education, manufacturing and fintech. 

Universidade Nova de Lisboa graduate João Caxaria is a seasoned software engineer, having developed software at Inosat, Checkfree, Focus Business Solution, Feel Fine Games, 6PM Holdings PLC and Infusion. Before co-founding Codacy, Caxaria co-founded web and mobile application development company Imaginary Cloud.

Guan Ke has nearly 20 years of work experience in the media industry. He was the general manager of Shenzhen Jusiwei Advertising Co Ltd. He was also a former stockholder of Shenzhen One Media Investment Holdings Limited. He founded QinLin Technology in Shenzhen in 2015.

Michael Ocansey graduated in accounting and IT from Regent University of Science and Technology in Dansoman, Ghana. From 2005 to 2010, Ocansey worked as a lead web developer at Ghanaian digital development agency Esoko in Accra, where he met business development executive Francis Obirikorang. Ocansey also worked as a contract web developer for software developer Origo in San Diego for two years until 2013.In 2015, Ocansey and Obirikorang co-founded Swappaholics Holdings in British Virgin Islands. He worked for one year as CTO for the online marketplace that allows users to “barter” or exchange products, skills and services.In January 2016, Ocansey and Obirikorang established AgroCenta (Holdings) Limited in Mauritius. The agritech startup set up its first office in Accra to provide an e-commerce platform, supply-chain and fintech services to smallholder farmers in Ghana.

Francis Obirikorang completed a bachelor’s degree in materials engineering in 2006 at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Kumasi, Ghana.In 2008, Obirikorang started work as a technical writer at Esoko, a Ghanaian digital development agency in Accra, where he met web developer Michael Ocansey. Obirikorang left Esoko in 2010 and became lead technical writer for Corenett, a transactions processing management company. In 2013, he worked at digital advertising agency TXT Ghana as a business analyst until 2015.In January 2015, Obirikorang and Ocansey established their first startup Swappaholics Holdings in the British Virgin Islands. In 2016, the two friends also co-founded AgroCenta (Holdings) Limited in Mauritius with Obirikorang as CEO and Ocansey as CTO. Ocansey left the Swappaholics in 2016 to focus on building AgroCenta.Obirikorang still runs both companies as CEO and joined the global entrepreneur community Startup Grind in 2016 as chapter director of Kumasi, Ghana’s second-largest city.

Inspired by his own weight loss experience, former business consultant William Susilo founded the Gorry Holdings group of health and wellness startups: GorryGourmet, GorryWell and Helopt. Before becoming an entrepreneur, William worked for Accenture and Sinar Mas Land between 2012 and 2016, while also spending time at CT Corp, the holding company of a major Indonesian conglomerate. William graduated with a bachelor's in accounting from the University of Indonesia.

As part of Vertex Ventures Holdings, a member of Temasek Holdings and Singapore's oldest and largest venture capital firm, Vertex Ventures China focuses on investment in high-growth internet and technology startups across mainland China. Vertex Ventures Holdings has a capital of US$600 million. It also has offices in Singapore, the US and Israel; and investments in these regions as well as Asia.

Riki Kawano Suliawan is the founder of RRQ, one of the most popular Indonesian eSports team. Riki founded and is CEO of Qeon Interactive, a Jakarta-based ICT company which provides online gaming and Internet value-added services. He also founded and is CEO of Flashads, which provides digital advertisements on a location-based service within free hotspot areas of Internet provider Biznet Hotspot. He studied at Santa Clara University and is the son of prominent businessman and MidPlaza Holdings founder Rudy Suliawan.

The owner of WeChat, Tencent is China's biggest online entertainment and social network company. While the company is best known for QQ and WeChat (with 846m active users, and counting), online gaming is actually its biggest money-spinner. Within China, Tencent is the distributor of various international online game titles, such as League of Legends and Call of Duty Online. The company also publishes Honor of Kings, known as Arena of Valor outside China, which regularly tops the list of highest-grossing mobile games globally.Tencent has invested in various gaming-related companies, including Epic Games (creator of Fortnite and the Unreal Engine creation framework), PlatinumGames (Japanese game developer), and Riot Games (creator of League of Legends). Outside of video games, it has developed and invested in products related to video streaming, such as bilibili and Kuaishou, music (JOOX), and even healthcare.

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