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The world’s largest one-stop transportation service platform and the second largest online trading platform after Alibaba, Didi Chuxing acquired Uber China in 2016.

Jaro Petang is the chief branding officer and co-founder of Oper Indonesia, a designated-driver services platform. He studied graphic design at Jakarta's Trisakti University. He is the son of Indonesian actor Didi Petet and also plays in the independent rock band Secret Meadow as a musician.

After 18 years with Indonesia’s largest online news portal Detikcom, Budiono Darsono finally retired in September 2016 as the CEO of PT Detik TV Indonesia, also known as CNN Indonesia. With just IDR 40 million in 1998, Budiono built Detikcom with the help of senior journalists, Yayan Sopyan, Abdul Rahman, Didi Nugrahadi and Calvin Lukmantara. PT Trans Corporation paid US$60 million to acquire Detikcom in 2011. Budiono had also previously worked as a journalist for various newspapers including Surabaya, Majalah Tempo, Biro Tempo and Berita Buana since 1984.

In an aging society, ePeizhen connects elder patients requiring basic care/chaperone services with nurses with spare time, seeking to boost their income.

Former CEO of Kuaidi Dache, which merged with Didi Dache in 2015 to become China’s most powerful taxi hailing app service and a top10 internet company in the country. Dexter Lv was formerly based in Silicon Valley, heading SK Telecom’s wireless products unit.

Wang Gang is an angel investor and a former senior director at Alibaba. His investments are concentrated in the internet, mobile internet and e-commerce sectors, in over 70 companies to date in both China and the US; including Didi, Uucars (formerly Uuzuche), ofo and Huajuan.

JUE Capital was founded by China’s famous angel investor Wang Gang who invested in quite a few high-profile startups including Didi Chuxing and Ofo. He is also the founding and managing partner of Envision Capital. According to Wang, JUE Capital focuses on the combination of Chinese traditional aesthetic with modern lifestyle.

Founded in 2011 by former Kingsoft CFO Wang Donghui (Kelvin Wang), Koubei and Wacai founder and former Alibaba executive Li Zhiguo (Frank Li) and another former top Alibaba executive (head of corporate finance and VP) Andrew Teoh (Zhao Hong). Ameba Capital is a seed/early stage VC fund managing over RMB 1 billion. It has invested in more than 60 startups, including Didi, Dianping and Mogujie.

With about $2 billion under management, this VC fund invests primarily in early- and growth-stage global companies with substantial businesses in China, namely in the semiconductor, Internet, wireless, new media and cleantech sectors. GSR Ventures has backed Didi, Ele.me, among others, and was involved in the $2.8 billion purchase of an 80% stake in Philips's LED components and automotive business. It has offices in Beijing, Hong Kong and Silicon Valley.

GGV Capital manages $3.8 billion across eight funds, making multi-stage investments in companies from mobile internet, hardware, cloud technology and SaaS sectors. Among them, 27 GGV-invested companies have completed IPOs in the last 10 years. Its portfolio features a wide range of companies, such as Alibaba, AirBnb, Qunar, YY, Didi, Soundcloud, slack, Youku Tudou and more. Founded in 2000, the firm deploys a single team operating in both China and the US.

Coatue is a tech sector hedge fund that invests in public and private equity markets. It is run by Philippe Laffont, who founded the hedge fund after leaving Tiger Management in 1999. Coatue is based in New York City and has several other offices around the globe. Its Beijing office was set up in 2014 and has since invested in several notable Chinese startups, including Didi Chuxing, Mafengwo and Kuaikan Comic.

Founded in 2012, BAIC Capital is the investment arm of China's state-owned carmaker, BAIC Group. Headquartered in Beijing, it has branches in six cities across China and has two subsidiaries in Frankfurt and Silicon Valley. It currently manages over 40 funds, worth RMB 30bn. With a focus on connected cars and mobility services, it has invested in more than 100 companies including EV manufacturer BAIC BJEV, battery manufacturer and technology company CATL and ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing.

American financial services company Capital Group was established in 1931. As one of the world’s oldest investment management firms, it has over $2tn assets under management. Major known investments include arms and aerospace firm BAE Systems and British American Tobacco. In 1992, Capital Group established Capital Group Private Markets, which specializes in alternative private equity and venture capital investments. This organization has invested in companies like ride-hailing firms Gojek and Didi Chuxing, Philippines media conglomerate ABS-CBN, and more.

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.

Founded in 2007 by two US-educated and -trained returnees, David Zhang (Zhang Pin) and Shao Bo (Shao Yibo), Matrix Partners China has managed more than RMB 15.5 billion in capital and invested in over 320 companies, including Cheetah Mobile, Didi, Kuaidi, Ele.me, Koudai Shopping and Momo. Zhang has described the 100-strong firm’s investment style as “aggressive”, backing about 80 companies a year. An affiliate of Matrix Partners in the US, the firm focuses on internet & mobile internet, financial services, healthcare and SaaS companies in China.

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