By continuing to browse this website, you consent to our use of cookies, as well as to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy which provide additional information about how we process your data. This website uses cookies to enhance your user experience. Please read our Cookies Policy for more information on how we use cookies, as well as instructions on how to disable cookies. You may disable cookies through your internet browser settings, however this may result in some parts of the website not working properly for you.

Showing 160 results for:

Li Bin

  • DATABASE (104)
  • INSIGHTS (56)

Li Bin is the founder and CEO of BitAuto.com, China’s first NYSE-listed auto content and marketing online operator, and the founder and CEO of NextEV, an electric automobile development company that launched the world’s fastest electric car.

An experienced specialist of the auto aftermarket, Yang Bin had worked at Goodyear Tire & Rubber and Qoros.

Hangzhou Bin Chuang Investment is a wholly owned unit of Hangzhou Binjiang Real Estate Group.

Wang Xing is the founder of Meituan (a Chinese version of Groupon).

Launched in 2007, Seedcamp is Europe’s first seed fund and accelerator. Founded by 30 European investors, it focuses on pre-seed and seed stage startups. It has backed nearly 200 companies, producing one unicorn. About 90% of its portfolio have raised further funding of about US$350 million.The company typically invests in one of three ways:€75,000 for 7% of equityFull access to the Seedcamp Platform for 3% warrantsUp to €200,000 in seed funding

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.

Daocin Capital was established in 2015 by Wu Bin, a founding shareholder of NYSE-listed e-commerce site VIP.com. In 2017, Daocin Capital was listed among China's top 30 new equity investment institutions by Zero2IPO Group, a Chinese entrepreneurial and investment services platform.

Wang Bin founded home furniture company Smart Room in March 2015. He re-branded Smart Room into Smart Bees that was launched in Shanghai in December 2016. Wang had worked for several years as a general manager at the East China branch of Jindalu Cultural Industry Group before becoming an entrepreneur.

Ex-Alibaba executive who is now a key figure in the Zhejiang province internet technology startup scene. In 1999, Li Zhiguo (Frank Li) moved alone to Hangzhou and became the 46th employee of Alibaba. In 2004, he left Alibaba and founded the highly popular life services platform Koubei (later acquired by Alibaba). He is also an active investor, having co-founded early-stage VC fund Ameba Capital in 2011. Li’s investments in Chinese startups include Mogujie, Kuaidadi and Zhaocai.

Li is a TV presenter, entrepreneur and investor. Born in June 1970, she joined Beijing TV in 1993 as a news anchor. From 1995 to 1999, Li worked at CCTV as a TV show host. In 1999, she left CCTV and co-founded Fleet Entertainment with fellow TV host Dai Jun. The two co-hosted Super Talk Show from 2000 to 2016, one of the most highly viewed shows in China. Li founded cosmetics e-retailer Lefeng.com in 2008, skincare brand JPlus in 2009 and Star Venture Fund in 2015.

Sun received his bachelor's in Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering at Beijing University of Post and Telecommunications. In 2012, he and future co-founder of Codemao Li Tianchi both began a European master's program in Human Computer Interaction. Sun worked with Li and other students to build a software called Settler in 2013, which helped international students studying in France find banks, apartments, etc. Both Sun and Li were kicked out of the startup due to differences of opinion. In 2014, just months before Sun would have graduated in 2015, he quit the program, giving up three degrees, returned to China and founded Codemao with Li.

A spinoff from Chinese investment bank China International Capital Corp, CDH has its roots in private equity. It started in 2002, raising its first fund of US$102 million. As of end-2015, it had over US$15 billion in assets under management, spanning private equity, public equities, real estate and more. It has invested in more than 150 companies, including WH Group, Belle International, Mengniu Dairy, Qihoo 360 and Luye Pharma; and has offices in Beijing, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Singapore and Jakarta.

Li Yuan started his own internet community and chatroom business as early as 1997, after graduating from high school. The animal lover went on to help his uncle manage his playground business for pets. Hence Li began his career in the pet business.

Search instead for

The discount code you entered is invalid

Please make sure you have entered your discount code correctly. Or try again in a few moments.

Download a free sample profile here to view premium content

This field is mandatory
This field is mandatory
Cancel

Download successful.

Your sample has been sent. Please check your email.