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Yan co-founded childcare website ci123.com in <YEAR> when he was just 24. In 2005 he became its COO.  In 2006, he co-founded online travel site Tuniu with Yu Dunde, a friend from university, and worked as Tuniu's COO. In 2014, Tuniu was listed on NASDAQ and three years later was ranked first in market share among similar sites in China. In the third quarter of 2017,  Yan resigned from Tuniu after the company announced that it had made a profit for the first time. In November 2017, he co-founded Blackfish Technology and became its CEO.    

With a degree in Mechanics from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Xu Zhenhua has over 10 years of experience in robotics R&D. He previously worked as a senior R&D engineer at FANUC Robotics and the Pan Asia Technical Automotive Center, a joint venture between General Motors and SAIC Motor. Xu and Alex Gu co-founded Jinghe Robot in 2012 and Fourier Intelligence in 2015. Xu served as CTO at Fourier Intelligence from 2015 to 2018, at which time he left to found new exoskeleton startup ULS Robotics.

Upon graduating from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 2003 with a bachelor's degree in Mechanics, Alex Gu joined National Instruments, where he worked on data collection, signal processing, instrument testing and system integration. He started developing rehab robots in 2009 and founded Jinghe Robot in 2012. The startup, developer of rehab robot Flexbot, was acquired by rehab device manufacturer QJ Rehab in 2015. Gu founded Fourier Intelligence in July 2015 and has served as CEO ever since.

42CAP is a German VC fund established in 2016 for seed and early-stage investments in European startups. Alex Meyer and Thomas Wilke, both founders of eCircle, one of Europe’s largest SaaS companies that was sold to Teradata in 2012, are co-founders and partners of 42CAP. They have taken advantage of 42CAP’s success to invest in international AI-powered startups. To date, the company has made 21 investments, most recently in the Series A rounds of streaming analytics integration software company Crosser, in customer data and engagement platform CrossEngage and in the Series B round of marketing platform Adversity. 

Haoqipei Founder and CEO Chen Xi graduated from Tianjin University's Special Class for the Gifted Young. He is a serial entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience in the gaming and social networking sectors. Before founding Haoqipei in 2016, Chen co-founded corporate management  solutions provider Redsoft, mobile gaming startup CMF Mobile Game, mobile marketing solution provider CMF Mobile and business social networking startup Renmaitong. 

Sherpa targets the underserved Spanish personal digital assistant (PDA) market, expanding through key industry partnerships and is poised to enter new consumer verticals.  

Founder and CEO of CarBlock. A successful serial entrepreneur. Lee received his bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering from the East China University of Science and Technology and his MBA from Columbia Business School. Lee is the founder and CEO of nonda, a leading connected car company in the United States. He also helped co-found Baixing.com, China’s second-largest online classifieds platform, and formerly served as the Head of New Business Development at eBay and Microsoft.

Co-founder and Vice President of Tiger Brokers. She used to work for Baidu and Tencent.

Skyview Fund is a venture capital firm that focuses on early-stage investments in TMT industries. Founded by Andrew Ren, Skyview raised over RMB 300 million for its first venture capital fund. On March 1, 2017, Alex Cong, a former partner at Matrix Partners, joined Skyview Fund as its second managing partner.

Armed with a bachelor’s in Automation from Central South University, Yang Luyu is a serial entrepreneur since 2005, whether in e-commerce, education, design and scrum. He was the product management director at eBaoTech, where he met Alex Zhu, who became his co-founder at Musical.ly.

Self-tagged as a “designtrepreneur”, for whom “Everything is temporary” (says his social media bio) and Leonard Cohen fan, Alex Zhu is the co-founder and Co-CEO of Musical.ly. After graduating from Zhejiang University with a degree in Civil Engineering, Zhu started his career as a product designer for chinapages. Subsequently, he worked for eBao as a director of product management, Microsoft as Principal Creative Director and SAP, as User Experience Architect. His debut in entrepreneurship was Cicada Education, a P2P education platform for creating and sharing mini-video courses, before finding success with Musical.ly.

Tian Gu is the CEO of the Travel + Leisure magazine’s China edition.

Founded by Ray Hu and Alex Yin in 2014, Blue Lake Capital has about US$200 million under management, focusing on early-stage investment in vertical industry such as O2O, social media, smart hardware, mobile internet and education.

Upon graduating in Economics, Alex Chesterman joined Planet Hollywood International. He left seven years later as an executive vice-president. Chesterman went on to found Bagelmania, LoveFilm (later sold to Amazon), ScreenSelect and Zoopla. He is currently Zoopla’s CEO and one of the UK's leading digital entrepreneurs as well as a winner of Ernst & Young's Entrepreneur of the Year. He has invested in 26 companies to date across sectors and his recent investments include in online flower marketplace Flowebx's Series A and in the seed rounds of proptech Thirdfort, online library Perlego and audio personal trainer Auro. 

Alex Benzer is the co-founder of online video community Vidme and the co-creator of Curate LA and Represent LA. Previously, he co-founded SocialEngine and Fanmix. Benzer received his bachelor’s degree in Entrepreneurship from University of Redlands. As an undergraduate, he won the Wall Street Journal Student Achievement Award for Entrepreneurship.

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