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Founder and CEO of Xiangwushuo. Sun has ten years’ experience in the retail and internet industries in China and the US. In 2011, he received his MBA from Stanford University. After graduation, Sun worked as head of retail business at Asia Miles for three years, where he was in charge of virtual currency and data management as well as new market entry and P&L. His three years of experience with point redemption finance systems helped him start Xiangwushuo.

Ex-McKinsey consultant and Amadeus engineer Jaime Laulhé lived in New York, Paris and Hong Kong before returning to his native Madrid to work at McKinsey, where he spent two years. He holds degrees in IT Engineering from Madrid Polytechnic University and in Telecommunications Engineering from ENSIMAG in France, and an MBA from the University of Chicago and a master's in Mathematics from Institut Fourier, France.In New York and Hong Kong, he spent several years working in High Frequency Trading tech at Société Générale. He is founder and CEO of Geoblink, developing location tech AI solutions for retail, real estate and FMCG sectors.

Based in New York City, Pavilion Capital is linked to Singapore's Temasek Holdings. The firm primarily invests in US and Asian companies. Its portfolio includes entertainment and social media holding company M17, smart retail kiosk startup Warung Pintar and delivery coffee chain Fore Coffee. 

Launched in 2018, Everbright New Economy USD Fund (New Economy Fund) is under the umbrella of China Everbright, a Hong Kong-listed financial conglomerate. The New Economy Fund started from an inaugural fund of US$483m, with US$150m from Bahrain-based asset manager Investcorp. It invests mainly in the e-commerce, smart retail and artificial intelligence sectors. In November 2019, China Everbright and Investcorp announced they will co-manage Investcorp New Economy Fund I and explore the opportunity to establish a successor private equity fund, jointly managed by the two parties, that will target China’s tech sector.

Everhaus is a VC firm headquartered in Jakarta, investing primarily in southeast asian startups. The Everhaus team's expertise is primarily in data analytics and financial services, which it uses to "catalyze new retail and sharing economy" in the region. The VC has backed car-sharing startup HipCar, interactive video platform TADO and on-demand services provider Seekmi.

Founded in 2017 by Li Li, a former partner at K2VC, Next Capital invests mainly in early-stage startups. Next Capital manages around RMB 400 million. Investments range in value from RMB 3-30 million. In just its first year, Next Capital invested in more than 10 startups. It finances mainly Chinese internet innovations, especially in Fintech and new retail.

Founded in 2012, ClearVue Partners focuses on the consumer sector, e.g., new retail, lifestyle, health and wellness and digital consumption. ClearVue Partners typically invests US$10–50 million in growth-stage startups. Investment deals are spearheaded by a team with experience in the US and Greater China and an advisory group of recognized businessmen from the consumer industry. Its headquarters is in Shanghai.

The earliest backer of Xiaomi and an early investor in YY, Morningside Venture Capital started in 2008 and is part of HK real estate tycoon Ronnie Chan's Morningside Group. Today, led by Richard Liu, the early-stage investor has over US$1.5 billion under management and counts among its other successful investments Sohu, Ctrip, Xunlei and China Distance Education. It has offices in Shanghai, Beijing and Hong Kong.

Led by media and entertainment veteran Frank Yang (Yang Xingnong), ANTS Venture Capital conducts early-stage investments in Chinese companies from the TMT, culture & entertainment, healthcare, consumption & retail and new energy sectors. It expects its selected companies to become market leaders in their industries, with a CAGR of at least 30% and the potential to go public in two years.

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