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China Minsheng Investment Group (CMIG) is the largest privately owned investment group in China, with RMB 50 billion in registered capital. It was initiated by the All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce, and its Global Advisory Council includes the former prime ministers of France, Italy and Pakistan, and various other global experts and Nobel Prize winners.

A first mover in the EU precision farming space, Evja integrates agronomic know-how with sensors and a user platform, fueling its growth with key collaborations.

Capitana Venture Partners is a venture fund headquartered in Madrid with a presence across Spain, Germany, Italy and UK.  The firm backs technology startups at their seed and early stage phase, investing between €200,000 and €500,000. Capitana's team comprises eight business angels and advisors with experience in corporate finance, investment banking and capital market financing.

Eurovending is a family-run, Italian business in the automatic vending sector based in Trento. To date, it has only invested  in one tech startup, the Spanish vending machine hardware and interactive payment app Orain, leading its €1m seed investment round in 2017. The company is a producer of plastic cups and also rents and services automatic vending machines across Italy and Spain.

Guo was named a Global Shaper by the World Economic Forum in 2014 and was on Forbes’ 2017 30 Under 30 Asia list. A graduate of the China Central Academy of Fine Arts, she has organized art exhibitions in countries such as Italy, Spain and Germany.

Paolo Iasevoli has over 15 years of international experience in the digital sector across Italy, Germany and Luxembourg.Iasevoli is the CMO and co-founder of Evja, a pioneering Italian startup in the agri-tech sector that uses sensors, advanced agronomic models and AI-powered SaaS for precision farming. 

After disrupting Portugal’s public healthcare system with video consultations via app, Knokcare is offering its SaaS services to health insurers in Europe and beyond.

Jose Francis Cianni is the Italian-born co-founder and CEO and CFO for Italy of Italo-Spanish insect protein manufacturer Nutrinsect, where he has worked since 2016. Cianni is also in charge of HR and admin and previously worked as a sports technical director.   

Enagás Emprende, part of the Spanish Transmission System Operator (TS)  Enagás, is an investment venture backing and accelerating technology-based startups in their scale-up phase. Its portfolio investment mainly includes companies providing renewable gases, green hydrogen, and biomethane, but also sustainable mobility and energy efficiency. With 50 years of experience in energy infrastructures across Spain, the US, Mexico, Chile, Peru, Albania, Greece and Italy, Enagás provides its portfolio startups with mentoring and expertise acting as investors, clients and industry partners.

Before becoming co-founder, CPO and growth hacker at Fabelio in February 2016, Filippo Lombardi was a commercial director at Linio Panama electronic marketplace until December 2015. He had also worked at the Lazada Group in Indonesia since September 2012 as the head of web analytics and as onsite UX optimization marketing VP for Southeast Asia until 2014. Filippo obtained a bachelor’s in Business Administration and Management and a master’s in Economic and Social Sciences from Bocconi University in Italy.

Long Long Yu graduated from the University of Siena in Italy with a degree in Software Engineering, later specializing in Computer Vision and AI at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. In 2013, he co-founded Wide Eyes, a visual search engine for the fashion and retail industry, where he is its head of research.  His technical interests include biometric pattern analysis, visual object tracking, machine learning and object detection. Originally from China, Yu speaks Chinese, Italian, Spanish and English. 

Fondazione Marche, founded in 2009, is a private, non-profit business promotion organization that operates exclusively in the Italian territory of the Marche Region in central-eastern Italy. It is based in the regional capital Ancona. The organization was established by local business leaders in association with banks Banca Popolare di Ancona and BPU, who funded the company with €15m.  It invests across sectors and technologies, with both tech and non-tech startups supported. Its most recent investment to date was in Italo-Spanish insect protein flour manufacturer Nutrinsect, with a €350,000 pre-seed investment in May 2020. 

Alessandro De Sario is CEO and founder of mental health startup TherapyChat, Spain’s number one online psychotherapy platform founded in 2016. He also works for TherapyChat’s investor, the Spanish VC and startup developer Next Chance Group, on other startups in their portfolio, such as the discount aggregator app Billionhands.Prior to starting TherapyChat, De Sario spent just over three years working in different food delivery entities associated with German VC and startup incubator Rocket Internet. He oversaw the development and launch of Rocket Internet’s food delivery operations in Latin America before these entities were sold to JustEat and Delivery Hero. He was also Head of Logistics at La Nevera Roja in Spain, which was later acquired by Delivery Hero. Before these roles, De Sario spent two years in investment banking and mergers and acquisitions at HSBC in London.De Sario holds three master’s degrees: one in management from ESCP Business School; one in science from City University, London; and one in business administration from the University of Turin, Italy. He lectures part-time on International Food and Beverage Management at ESCP Business School in Turin, Italy. 

Italian Silvia Raga is CEO and co-founder of Spanish healthtech startup DyCare, which she began developing in May 2014 and formally founded in 2015. With a background in healthcare management, Raga previously worked at INDIBA in Barcelona as Senior Quality Engineer, Researcher and Product Engineer at Barcelona's Hospital San Pau's cardiology department and Quality Engineer at Italian medical device manufacturer CID in Vercelli. She holds a master's in Biomedical Engineering from Turin Polytechnic in Italy and an MBA from EAE Business School in Barcelona. 

Sousa is the Portuguese co-founder and Director of Operations at AddVolt, the first renewable energy tech to replace diesel engines for cold chain transport, where he has worked since 2014, when the company was founded. Prior to that, he worked on its technology, when it was still a research project, in his capacity as R&D Engineer at the University of Porto's Faculty of Engineering. Sousa has a master's in electrical and electronics engineering from the University of Porto and a Master of Science in electrical and electronics engineering from Padova University in Italy. 

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