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Omidyar Network is a private equity fund and venture capital firm. Founded in 2004 by eBay co-founder Pierre Omidyar, it focuses on “impact investing” in diverse startups that are able to cater to the needs of even the poorest consumers worldwide. Omidyar provides investment funds and nonprofit grants, as well as management support services including talent recruitment.

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.

Wang Yunfei is an illustrator. He graduated from the China Central Academy of Fine Arts.

Co-founder of Cambricon Technologies. Chen Yunji is the elder brother of co-founder Chen Tianshi. Admitted to the Special Class for the Gifted Young of the University of Science and Technology of China at the age of 14, he received his PhD from the Chinese Academy of Sciences at age 24. At age 33, he won the Science and Technology Award for Chinese Youth and the Chinese Academy of Sciences Young Scientists Award.

Ximalaya FM is China’s largest audio sharing and service platform with 450 million subscribed users. It has invested in several startups in the culture and entertainment sectors.

Established in 2016, Roaming Capital invests mainly in early-stage startups in the sectors of mobile internet, new media, sharing economy, AR/VR, artificial intelligence, etc. The equity funds and digital assets under its management are worth over RMB 2bn. 

Cosmetic surgery becomes more affordable, with more choices and information on safety and quality, on this aesthetic services shopping and social platform.

Founded in 1990, Macrolink Group is now a large-scale modernized group with businesses in real estate, mining, petroleum, chemical, investment, finance and other industries. It has 90+ wholly owned subsidiaries, holding subsidiaries and sharing subsidiaries, operating in 20+ provinces in China and 40+ countries overseas.

Luis Gelado Crespo graduated in Business Management and has a master's in Real Estate Investment from Comillas Pontifical University (ICAI-ICADE). He worked at Deloitte Consulting for several years before teaming up with ICADE alumnus Manual de la Esperanza to build the Wave app that could track the movements of friends and family. Besides being the CFO and COO at Wave, Gelado is also an associate academy member of International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (IADAS). In 2018, he became the CEO and co-founder of GeoDB, a decentralized geolocation data marketplace.

Rewriting real-estate and hospitality models, leveraging technology, to expand and boost efficiencies, first-mover Tujia is China’s largest vacation rental platform offering high-quality accommodation, undercutting hotels.

UUcars’s electric car rental is the cheapest way to get a ride in Beijing (so long as users can drive), and environmentally friendly too.

World’s first “non-docking” bicycle-sharing platform, Ofo rents out bikes that are unlocked through its app and returned anywhere for the next user at RMB 1/hour.

Foxconn- and Tencent-backed Mobike is leading the fierce fight for dominance in the global dockless bike-sharing market, with ambitions for more – including logistics services.

China’s third most popular bike-sharing app provides differentiated services, such as lower rates and electronic parking stations.

Founding CTO of US car sharing platform Zipcar, Roy Russell received his bachelor's in Computer Engineering at MIT. Before Zipcar, he was in charge of speech recognition software development at Kurzweil AI and Lernout & Hauspie. He has served as co-founder and CTO of Veniam since 2013. Russell is married to Robin Chase, co-founder and executive chairman of Veniam and co-founder of Zipcar. Starting in 2010, Russell served as CTO of French car sharing startup Buzzcar (since merged with Drivy). Starting in 2007, he was CTO at US consultancy Meadow Networks and rideshare startup GoLoco. He is based in Boston.

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