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Former Alibaba top executive, having spent 10 years at the e-commerce giant, including heading Taobao University, Alibaba’s educational arm for training e-commerce merchants and managers. Nicknamed “Inspector Black Cat”.

Founded in 2007, e-commerce data company Aucfan runs Japan’s largest online auction price comparison and search website.  

Former EVP of Tencent and former CEO of Tencent e-commerce, Wu Xiaoguang graduated with a degree in Synoptic Meteorology from Nanjing University in 1996, and joined Tencent in 1999 as its founding team member. In June 2015, Wu resigned as CEO of Tencent e-commerce and remained as its senior management consultant. Wu is now an angel investor and founded Welight VC in 2015.

Samaipata Ventures is an early stage venture capital fund founded by Jose del Barrio, a Spanish entrepreneur who succeeded in the e-commerce food delivery business Nevera Roja. The VC invests in European companies involved in e-commerce and marketplaces, especially in Southern Europe. As entrepreneurs themselves, the partners aim to increase cooperation between SMEs and venture capitalists.

Founded in 2003, Ginkgo conducts equity investments in companies from the consumer product and internet sectors (mainly e-commerce, new media and fintech). 

Tokopedia is an Indonesian e-commerce marketplace, which in 2017 become the most popular site of its kind in Indonesia. Through partnerships with fintech companies, it has added new features that enable customers to buy gold and mutual funds. Besides foreign e-commerce marketplaces like Lazada, Tokopedia’s closest rival is B2C/C2C marketplace Bukalapak, another Indonesian unicorn.

Founder, Andrew Buntoro, was frustrated when he was unable to find good quality international products in Indonesian e-commerce websites. As a result, he decided to start Kufed, a lifestyle and community driven platform to specialize in selling high quality foreign brands to well-heeled Indonesians. In an interview with a Kufed vendor, buyMeDesign, Andrew revealed that he wanted to be like comic heroes; Batman and Iron Man who create new ways to fight the bad guys. He wants to have a management style that can be adapted to the environment and market to create unique solutions in e-commerce.   Kufed is part of the e-commerce company, PT Hood Digital Asia, which was previously known as PT KlikToday, an Indonesian version of daily deals Groupon. Andrew was COO of KlikToday.

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