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A former senior executive at Standard Chartered Bank and HP, Wang Huawei went on to set up his own business in internet investment/wealth management information services, Weitouhuirong (Beijing) Network Technology; and subsequently, P2P financing-social networking app Pengyoufan.

Famous techpreneur Li Yinan (b. 1970) is the former CTO of Baidu and former CEO of Wuxian Xunqi, a China Mobile subsidiary. After Li graduated from Huazhong University of Science & Technology with a master’s degree in Optics Engineering, he joined Huawei and was promoted to vice-president of its Central Research Department in just six months; in 1997 Li because the youngest vice-president at Huawei. In 2001, Li quit Huawei and started his own data communication company, Harbour Networks, which followed the same structure of Huawei and soon became its main competitor. In 2005, Harbour Networks lost in its intense battle with Huawei and was acquired by the larger player. Even though Li rejoined Huawei after the acquisition, he was never able to re-enter the core management team because of his damaged relationship with Ren Zhengfei, the founder and president of Huawei. In April 2015, Li founded his smart e-scooter company, NIU Smart Scooters. Li began investing in 2010 and joined GSR Ventures in 2011. Up to June 2015, Li had invested in more than 10 companies from the TMT sector. Li stood trial for insider trading in March 2016, according to news reports.

Ex-Huawei man; founder of FileMaster, a powerful file transfer and manage tool for mobile phones that topped app store charts in 30 countries. Was successively R&D engineer, system designer, product manager at telecom equipment maker Huawei. Admits a slight obsession with products.

MediaTek Inc. is a Taiwanese fabless semiconductor company. Its chips are widely used in smartphones and tablet computers sold by Xiaomi, Huawei, Meizu, Lenovo, etc. MediaTek Inc. was founded in 1997, and its headquarters are in Hsinchu, Taiwan. In 2018, the company announced it would invest mainly in 5G network and AI for the next five years.

In 2012, after graduating from Shanghai University, Zhao joined Huawei as an algorithm scientist, where he was in charge of a number of AI projects. He left Huawei in 2017 and launched Makaron with his college roommate Cai Tianyi. Based on his research at Huawei, Zhao created the neural network ConceptNet, which Makaron uses to quickly and precisely recognize objects in photos. In addition to serving as CTO of Makaron, Zhao also leads the SJTU-Versa Brain Science and AI Lab established by Shanghai Jiao Tong University and Makaron's parent company Versa.

A Jack of many trades, Xue Shuai majored in investment at East China Normal University, and pursued postgraduate studies in Chinese painting. He dabbled in selling wine and tourism, before joining Huawei as a project manager in 2001 (the year China entered the WTO), traveling across China and overseas (India, Thailand, Nepal, etc.) for work. Xue quit Huawei in 2008, spent a “gap year” mountaineering, before founding Yunjiazheng.

Zhang graduated with a master’s degree in Remote Sensing and Information Engineering from Wuhan University in 2012. Upon graduation, he joined Huawei Technologies and worked there for six months. Later in 2012, he left Huawei to co-found Geetest with Wu Yuan.

Liu Zhiqiang formerly worked at Huawei, China Mobile and HR website Zhaopin, where he was vice-president (product and technology)

Beijing Foreign Studies University graduate formerly employed at Bertelsmann AG and Norway Supreme Group. Miranda Qu was also the only Chinese judge at the 2014 InnoApps Huawei EU-China App Hackathon. 

While working on his master's in Software Engineering at Sun Yat-sen University, Zhao founded an ebook-sharing site that gained over 200,000 users in one year. After graduating, he worked as a developer at telecom equipment maker Huawei from 2008 to 2015. In 2012, Zhao created, China's first nonprofit online community to provide IT maintenance advice. In 2015, he resigned from Huawei and launched Makebang, a software crowdsourcing platform. Recognizing the limited growth potential of the industry, Zhao sold Makebang in 2017. In 2017, he co-founded Tiantian Xuenong with Yan Zitong, a friend from university, and became its CEO.

A graduate of University of Science & Technology of China and Cranfield University (UK), Jiang Xinlian’s work experience spans eight years in overseas sales support and product planning at Huawei and ZTE. He was born in the 1970s.

Co-founder and CTO of QingCloud, who previously worked at Huawei, IBM and Baidu. With his mastery of Linux OS, Internet, storage and distributed systems and architecture, Gan is in charge of the IaaS backend, the backbone of Qingcloud’s entire technology framework.

Zhang Lei, who spent seven years as a senior HR manager at Huawei, is CEO of Shanghai Sousi International Trade Co., Ltd. He co-founded Ciweishixi with Li Yaping in 2015 and has served as vice president ever since.

After working for 17 years as a senior HR executive at Fortune 500 companies such as Huawei and Emerson Electric, Li Yaping founded Ciweishixi in March 2015. She holds a master’s degree in Management as well as an EMBA from China Europe International Business School.

Before joining Kuaishou, Yang Yuanxi was a lead developer at Huawei. He and co-founder Cheng Yixiao got acquainted at HP, where they both worked for more than two years.Together with entrepreneur Su Hua, they pivoted GIF Kuaishou into a popular video-sharing app in 2013.

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