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Media Digital Ventures is the first Spanish Cross-Media fund focusing on Media for Equity. It holds multichannel advertising assets across major media sectors. Based in Barcelona, MDV also creates multimedia and advertising campaigns for scaling high-growth startups in return for equity.MDV is co-founded by Gerard Olivé and Miguel Vicente. Both are serial entrepreneurs, investors and co-founders of Antai Venture Builder, Wallapop, Deliberry and Chicplace. Vicente, who exited LetsBonus which he founded in 2009, is also the president of Barcelona Tech City.

Miguel Vicente is an entrepreneur, based in Barcelona, Spain, who is Chairman and Co-founder of Antai Venture Builder, the leading online and mobile venture builder in Southern Europe. He is also Chairman of Barcelona Tech City, the city's main startup cluster and has co-founded numerous start-ups including Wallapop, JustBell (merged with Glovo), Carnovo, Deliberry, Elma Care, BePretty, Prontopiso and Media Digital Ventures. His first major international startup experience was as Founder and CEO of LetsBonus in 2009, a successful social shopping company in Spain, Italy and Portugal.  He led the company until its 2012 sale to Living Social. 

Miguel Caballero is a serial entrepreneur with about 18 years experience building tech companies in the infrastructure, edtech and blockchain ecosystems. He co-founded Neomedia Wireless, an engineering firm specialized in wireless infrastructure, which provided consultancy services to the city councils of Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Zaragoza and IT companies like Indra and Orange.Since 2013, he is the founder and CEO of Tutellus.com, an edtech P2P platform in Spanish-speaking countries. More recently, he co-launched Tutellus.io, an innovative, decentralized blockchain-powered edtech platform that tokenizes the education system based on collaborative and incentive-based models. 

NUMA is a Paris-based innovation hub with offices in New York, Berlin, Moscow, Barcelona, Mexico City, Casablanca in Morocco and Bengalaru, India. Supported by its 130 staff members, the company runs training and startup acceleration programs globally. To date, 300 startups have participated in NUMA's acceleration program, which was developed in partnership with the City of Paris. To date, NUMA has seen 17 exits from its investments. 

Moventis is a Spanish family-run transportation company that specializes in urban and inter-city bus and tram services, as well as bus rentals. It was established in 1923 and is based in the Catalan city of Lerida. It does not normally invest in tech startups and its investment in Shotl is believed to be its first in a startup. 

Mario López de Ávila Muñoz is a Spanish entrepreneur who has established four tech companies, including Exovite and Nodos CTC, the latter in operation since 2001.  Muñoz currently works at City_Ex, an initiative aimed at promoting smart city technology among municipalities. He is also a partner at Bip Iberia, a business tech consultancy, where he is focused on enterprise agility. Muñoz holds an Executive MBA from IE Business School and a doctorate in Creativity and Innovation in Industrial Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Madrid. 

Juan Margenat, a civil engineer with an MBA, is a serial entrepreneur. He is also an active business angel within the Spanish investment ecosystem. He has invested in and mentored tech startups like Kantox, Habitissimo, Deporvillage and Captio. Margenat is the founder and former CEO of PlanB!, part of the leading tourist company Barcelo Group, and Weekendesk Iberia, one of the largest gift-experience companies in Spain. With his extensive experience in tourism and commerce, Margenat is sought after for support within the Barcelona tech-community.He is currently co-founder and COO of Marfeel, a mobile ad-tech company with offices in Barcelona and New York.

Itnig was formed in Barcelona in 2011 as an independent and private initiative of a serial-entrepreneurs and tech-enthusiast group.Headquartered in 22@, the tech district of Barcelona, the company offers startup mentoring and services including accounting, business and software development, legal and human resources. Itnig acts as a startup builder, counting on a network of more than 160 people and over 70 investors. The company has also created its own fund to invest a maximum of €100,000 per company without following up on the investment.To date, Itnig has contributed to forming six startups. 

Changxing Angel was founded in 2015 by the local government of Changxing county in Jiaxing city, Zhejiang province. In 2016, it set up an incubator in Hangzhou called UNI Tech-Forest . Startups in Uni Tech-Forest could enjoy the policy support of Changxing county and the tech ecosystems in Hangzhou. As at October 2019, it had more than 60 companies in its incubator, most of which are from new energy, new material, electronics and smart manufacturing sectors.

Founded in 2011, Kika Tech is an international mobile input software developer based in Beijing. Released in 2017 and powered by an AI engine, its core product Kika Keyboard supports more than 20 languages and helps users communicate authentically by predicting intent and context to enhance expressive communication. The company has 500m users worldwide and, as of the end of 2018, earned monthly revenue of RMB 20m. Kika CTO Yao Conglei is also co-founder and CTO of Bailian.ai.

Pau Vaquero Pérez is a Spanish Telecommunication engineer and currently CTO and co-founder of Proppos FastPay an intelligent self-checkout solution powered by computer vision which caters to the food services industry.Prior to Proppos, Vaquero worked as a specialist at Apple and software engineer at Napptilus Tech Labs in Barcelona.

Xavi Beumala is a telecommunication engineer with a track record of extensive international and editorial positions in tech-related media. He was Technical Architect in Adobe Systems when he left in 2011 with a vision to create a company that could innovate the online media industry and its consumption across new and emerging devices.  He invested his savings to bootstrap and start up Marfeel, a mobile ad-tech company with offices in Barcelona and New York, where he is currently co-founder and CEO.

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