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Banking on demand for healthy tea beverages, Changsha's cultural tea house will operate over 200 outlets, offering on-demand deliveries to customers across the city. 

China Renaissance offers private placement advisory, M&A advisory, securities underwriting, research, sales and trading, investment management and other financial services. It has clients in mainland China, Hong Kong and the United States as well as offices in Shanghai, Beijing, Hong Kong and New York. China Renaissance has facilitated more than 300 private financial transactions collectively valued at over US$20 billion.

A leading one-stop Chinese pet-care brand trusted by many pet lovers, Leepet offers on-demand services, social networking, e-commerce, offline stores, even an animal hospital.

Creadev was created in 2002 in France as the private equity arm of the Mulliez family. Creadev expanded to Shanghai in 2012, through a unit called Crehol China. It has since been renamed Creadev China.  

Lightspeed China Partners is a venture capital firm focusing on early-stage investments in China internet firms. In the past 20 years, Lightspeed China has invested in more than 60 companies in China; more than 70% of the investments were in seed or Series A rounds, where Lightspeed China was the lead investor in over 90% of the financings. In 2016, Lightspeed China launched its first RMB fund of 500 million.

Ventech China is a unit of France’s Ventech Capital, based in Shanghai. Its focuses on mobile commerce, big data, communities and fintech. 

The Bank of China is one of four major state-owned banks in China. It provides financial services to China as well as 51 other countries and regions. The BOC makes direct investments and conducts investment management through its wholly owned subsidiary Bank of China Group Investment Ltd. It invests primarily in its clients and focuses on the fields of finance, consumption, medicine and energy sources.

Founded in 2013, China Merchants Wealth is a wholly owned asset management unit of China Merchants Fund, with RMB 200 billion under management.

A private equity fund targeting fintech firms at the growth expansion and mature stage mainly in China, Europe, and the US. Its founding members include China Minsheng International Capital Limited (CMIC), a subsidiary of China Minsheng Investment Corporation Limited (CMI); and GF Investments (Cayman) Company Limited (GF Investments), a subsidiary of GF Securities.

China Venture Capital was initiated by the China National Democratic Construction Association Committee in 2000. It focuses on technology SMEs with independent intellectual property rights, investing RMB 5 million to RMB 100 million in each project.

Volkswagen Group China is a division of German automobile manufacturer Volkswagen Group. Volkswagen Group China produces, sells and services cars, engines and transmission systems, as well as other parts and components. It runs more than 2,000 authorized dealerships and has 360,000 dealers on staff. Volkswagen Group China and its joint-venture companies plan to invest €15 billion by 2020 in developing autonomous and new energy vehicles.

SIG’s China venture capital and private equity activities are operated through SIG Asia Investments. SIG invests in companies at various stages of development, from early stage to later stage companies, with focus on consumer, service, healthcare and digital media/internet sectors.

The Chinese affiliate of top Silicon Valley venture capital firm Sequoia Capital was founded in 2005 by Neil Shen (Shen Nanpeng), a co-founder of Ctrip, China's largest travel booking site. With more than US$6 billion under management in 2015, the firm has invested in more than 300 startups in China, including some of the country's biggest brands: Alibaba, JD.com, Didi, DJI, Sina and Qihoo 360. Sequoia, together with China Broadband Capital, also helped to bring to China LinkedIn and AirBnB, companies that both have invested in.

A Shanghai and Hong Kong-listed brokerage and investment bank, China Merchants Securities is one of China’s largest players, and part of the state-owned conglomerate, China Merchants Group.

With the approval of the China Securities Regulatory Commission, BOC International (China) Limited was established in February 2002. It is jointly controlled by BOC International Holdings Limited, China National Petroleum Corporation, State Development & Investment Corporation, Hongta Tobacco Group Corporation, China General Technology (Group) Holding Limited, and Shanghai State-owned Assets Operation Corporation. Headquartered in Shanghai, BOC International (China) Limited has 115 branches in over 80 Chinese cities including Beijing and Shenzhen. BOC International (China) Limited engages in PE investment, alternative investment and futures business through its wholly-owned subsidiaries including BOC International Investment Co., Ltd. It also collaborates with BOC International Holdings Limited, which was established by Bank of China in Hong Kong in 1998, for marketing, risk management, and other business. BOC International (China) Limited went public on Shanghai Stock Exchange in 2020.

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