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Founded in October 2013, JD Finance was renamed as JD Digits in November 2018. The fintech arm of Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com focuses on applying digital technology, artificial intelligence and IoT in five sectors: finance, smart cities, agriculture, campus development and marketing.The company manages five sub-brands: JD Finance, JD iCity, JD Agriculture, JD Shaodongjia, and JD MO Media. In September 2017, a joint venture was established with Central Group, one of Thailand’s biggest retailers. In December 2017, JD Digits also started operating an AI lab in Silicon Valley.

Using a direct-to-customer (DTC) model, Smile Formula brings down the cost of teeth straightening by two-thirds and makes the whole procedure much easier for customers. 

With sales already exceeding RMB 10m in 2018, HomeRun is launching new IoTs for pets including automatic cat litter boxes and smart collars.

A members-only platform offering goods and services in lower-tier cities, Blackfish gained 400,000 subscribers and raised RMB 1.3bn just nine months after launch. 

Affordable DIY educational robot kits to help children learn robotics, electronics and programming in a fun and easy way.

This startup sidesteps the e-commerce counterfeit problem by enabling consumers to buy genuine products online for less.

China’s largest Online-to-offline (O2O) platform for the recycling of second-hand electronic products, comprising up to 80% of the multibillion market.

After graduating from Nanjing University in 1995 with a bachelor’s degree in Tourism Management, Wu worked for a number of e-commerce firms. He was vice president at VANCL, senior vice president at JD.com and general consultant at lefeng.com. Wu, an original co-founder, left Luoji Siwei in 2013. He moved on from Luoji Siwei to serve as general consultant at media firm Fleet Entertainment. Wu founded Context Lab, a corporate services platform, in 2015. He is also the author of three popular business insight books.

Originally a popular talk show, Luoji Siwei has become China’s most profitable pay-for-knowledge platform, allowing users to subscribe to learn from subject-matter experts.

Provident Capital is a Singapore-based venture capital firm, investing mostly in Indonesian businesses. Its portfolio spans various industries, including telecommunications, mining and agriculture. It has also invested in JD.id, the Indonesian branch of Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com, as well as Indonesian microlending startup JULO.

Linear Venture was co-founded by Wang Huai, a former Facebook employee, and Zhan Chuan, who served as a senior executive to Alibaba’s Tmall and JD.com. The firm invests mainly in early-stage technology-driven startups in the intelligence and big data fields.

Founded in 1972, Kleiner Perkins, formerly Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers(KPCB) is one of the world largest venture capital firms.The firm has raised US$10 billion through 20 venture funds and four growth funds and has invested in over 850 companies worldwide. Its China advisory team was founded in 2007 with a fund of US$360 million. It has invested in many of China’s star enterprises, including one of the country’s largest ecommerce platform, JD.com or Jingdong.  

China’s largest fresh-food aggregator app buys directly from farmers, disrupting the traditionally long supply chain, to offer eateries cheaper, better-quality produce, with speedy delivery.

Founded in 2014, EVERVC is a platform for startups and investors to seek financing and investing opportunities. As of 4Q2015, EVERVC had helped 170 startups to get investment of over RMB 900 million. It has invested in 40 startups, about 16 of which have received follow-up investment from prominent investors such as Matrix Partners China, NewMargin Capital, JD.com and Zhonglu VC.

One of the first independent PE firms in China, with US$1.5 billion currently under management, Capital Today mainly invests in companies targeting China’s booming middle class.

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