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Haryanto Tanjo graduated with a degree in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research from the University of California Berkeley in 2009. He worked as an associate consultant at Webster Pacific LLC in San Francisco for over two years before attaining an MBA at the UCLA Anderson School of Management USA in 2014. He had previous stints working at Cisco Systems, Bayer and McKinsey & Company. He left McKinsey and eventually teamed up with a software engineer Grady Laksmono to start Moka, a mobile point-of-sale service. He became the CEO of Moka in August 2014.

Founded in 2008, Legend Star is an early-stage venture fund with about RMB 1.5 billion under management.

Formerly Fidelity Growth Partners, the renamed Eight Roads Ventures is the investment arm of Fidelity International Limited. In China for over 20 years, it counts among its successful investments/exits Alibaba, WuXi PharmaTech, AsiaInfo and iSoftStone. It focuses on early- and growth-stage companies across eight broad sectors.

Founded by John Ball in 2000, Steamboat Ventures is Disney’s venture capital subsidiary. They invest in early through growth stage companies with specialization in digital media and consumer technology.

Anthill Ventures is an accelerator VC firm that provides early stage investments and support services for pre-Series A startups to facilitate rapid growth based on a proprietary “Scalability Quotient” score. Based on 108 parameters, the SQ score is used by Anthill Ventures to evaluate a startup’s potential for quick scalability.

Serial entrepreneur Amin Nordin is the co-founder and ex-CEO of Qiscus. He left Qiscus in 2015 to work as the Chief Growth Engineer at marketing agency PaperToaster. In April 2019, he also started working as the Head of Growth at social influencer platform Vybes based in Singapore.After his national service as an army sergeant in Singapore, Amin went to Nanyang Technological Institute and graduated in 2010 with a bachelor's in Mechanical Engineering. He has worked for various companies including a Malaysian Islamic real estate crowdfunding platform Ethis Crowd and creative digital agency 1.618 Pte Ltd in Singapore.

The former senior executive of has designed, developed and operated browser plug-ins. Wang Min led’s growth to 5 million daily active users, while its e-commerce system also reached over 100 million visits daily.

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.

Established in 2002, the Edge Group focuses on real estate investment and venture capital holdings. Headed by José Luis Pinto Basto, its investment strategy is based on the “triple bottom line” philosophy: reaching the optimal balance between economic, social and environmental sustainability.

IGF is a crowdfunding platform for impact investing in Asia. It aims to partner with innovative, high-impact enterprises in need of capital to scale their businesses and, as a result, be of value to society and the environment. The fund seeks to mobilize its US$50m in investment capital to deliver affordable healthcare, cut CO2 emissions, help more than 2m people gain access to clean energy and empower women. IGF's investments range in size from US$250,000 to US$5m, and primarily take the form of equity or quasi-equity. All its investments include pre-agreed social or environmental impact targets.

Headquartered in Beijing and set up in 2006, China Growth Capital invests in early-stage internet startups in China and the US. As of May 2016, it has two USD-denominated funds and three RMB-denominated funds, valued around RMB 4 billion in total.

Started in 2008 by Joe Zhou (Zhou Zhixiong), one of the founders of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers' China fund, Keytone Ventures primarily invests in high-growth companies in the cleantech, media, hi-tech and consumer sectors.

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