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Founded in 2014 by Cao Yi, formerly of Sequoia Capital and Ceyuan Ventures, Source Code Capital currently manages about US$500 million of capital, focusing on early-stage TMT (especially fintech, O2O, e-commerce) investments. Notable investments have included Qufenqi, Meituan, and PPzuche. Source Code Capital is part of the Sequoia Capital China.

Christie Amanda has Australian diplomas in hospitality and business from the Alexander Education Group and a bachelor’s in Management and Marketing from Curtin University. After graduating in 2007, she worked at Australian retailer Coles and at the Commonwealth Bank before returning to Indonesia. She worked at PT Indosurya Finance before becoming the COO of Code-O Solutions, a software development startup that she co-founded with Hendry Rusli in 2012.

A master’s degree holder in Computer Engineering from the Instituto Superior Téchnico, Nuno Rochinha began delving into the world of web development during his college days when he learnt to code in HTML, CSS and JS. From there, Rochinha worked as a web developer in companies such as Sonaecom and Excentric. He co-founded GetSocial in 2012 and was the startup’s CTO from 2012 to 2015. Today, Rochinha is a senior developer at Runtime Revolution.

Founded in 1999 in Santiago de Compostela, XesGalicia SGEIC SA is 100% owned by the Galician Institute for Economic Promotion (Igape). The VC supports Spanish startups through seed funding, early ventures and growth capital investments. It usually invests between €60,000 and €200,000 in each enterprise, with temporary acquisition of minority stakes. The firm focuses on the biotech, telecommunications, energy and environment sectors. In 2014, it was involved in the creation of the Galician Network of Business Angels to facilitate the collaboration of private and public fund investors to nurture innovative projects and applications of new technologies.

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