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Founder and CEO of Meowcard, Larry Wang (Wang Lei) was born in 1991. After graduating from college in 2011, he joined a startup where he headed design and marketing. He also designed more than 10 WeChat mini programs*. Wang started Meowcard, a mini program-based social community for cat lovers as a hobby and it went viral.[1] *Small mobile apps (under 10MB) that can be downloaded and run within WeChat.

Wang, a former CCTV host, is the founder and CEO of Kaishu Story. His startup operates a WeChat official account with 20 million followers that generates RMB 200 million in revenue annually. Wang participated in Kuaipeilian's seed funding round.

The owner of WeChat, Tencent is China's biggest online entertainment and social network company. While the company is best known for QQ and WeChat (with 846m active users, and counting), online gaming is actually its biggest money-spinner. Within China, Tencent is the distributor of various international online game titles, such as League of Legends and Call of Duty Online. The company also publishes Honor of Kings, known as Arena of Valor outside China, which regularly tops the list of highest-grossing mobile games globally.Tencent has invested in various gaming-related companies, including Epic Games (creator of Fortnite and the Unreal Engine creation framework), PlatinumGames (Japanese game developer), and Riot Games (creator of League of Legends). Outside of video games, it has developed and invested in products related to video streaming, such as bilibili and Kuaishou, music (JOOX), and even healthcare.

Qinghan Fund was founded in 2017 by Crystal Stream, New Hope Group and Chinese celebrity Lu Han. Its largest shareholder is Wang Mengqiu, former vice president of Baidu. Qinghan Fund invests primarily in teams (e.g., small groups of people running a WeChat Official Account) that create professionally generated content, media and platforms which cater to the next generation's lifestyle and consumption upgrade needs.

Founder and CEO of Neisha. A serial entrepreneur with over 10 years of experience working in different online ventures. Before founding Neisha, Yang worked as senior executive in charge of IT strategy and implementation at Henchang Group, a conglomerate with businesses in textile manufacturing, international trade, investment and real estate. In 2012, he launched an O2O platform for art education. In 2014, Yang registered an official account on WeChat to teach followers about different kinds of wine. He now runs a video show called “Ji Dao” on Tencent’s online video channel that educates viewers about photography equipment.

Co-founder and CEO of VUE Vlog, Kuang Fei was so intrigued by design when he was studying electronics and communication engineering at the Harbin Institute of Technology that he spent most of his time doing part-time designing jobs. Upon graduation, he started his designing career at NetEase in 2007. However his career veered towards product management when, a year later, he joined Tencent in Allen Zhang's team (the team that later designed WeChat). In 2012, Kuang joined a startup, an Android app store called Wandoujia as Chief Product Officer. In late 2015, he left Wandoujia and, in 2016, started VUE with two colleagues, an app that both fits his interest in designing and experience in product.

Leveraging WeChat’s wide reach, Meowcard is the latest cat lovers’ community to go viral in China; eyes other cat-related markets, e.g., insurance, healthcare, food.

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.

Duozhuayu is an online platform that collects, refurbishes and sells second-hand books. It aims to be a large-scale recycled product platform for educated Chinese youth.

This e-commerce solutions app within WeChat lets individuals and small businesses create e-stores in the social network for free, helping them monetize their content.

Auto care P2P platform connecting car owners with Youleyangche-trained mechanics delivering reliable service in a disorganized, opaque market. User ratings/reviews directly influence mechanics’ incomes.

Grocery delivery app lets you shop from your phone, including from multiple stores in a single order, and enjoy speedy, free delivery at no markup.

Used car trading platform Tutuche has experienced appraisers run the cars through 200+ tests, determining their safety, market value – improving a messy, fraud-ridden market.

Powered by smart navigation technologies, eKuaisong’s on-demand intra-city courier service offers faster delivery by 1–2 hours; its point-to-point delivery also minimizes damage to goods.

Intra-city express delivery is cheaper than ever, thanks to Spider’s bulk discounts from its goods pooling, pay-by-volume innovations.

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