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New media and branding pro Wu Jing is a graduate of Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (now named BeiHang University), and a former staff of ELLE magazine and leading advertising agency BBDO. The founder of GirlUp is also a co-founder of Happy Together (Chunguangli), a startup incubator and venture capital firm focusing on internet projects.

Founded in 2013 by board chairman of Longfor Properties Wu Yajun, Wu Capital conducts multistages investments and focuses on TMT, healthcare, fintech, consumption, culture and entertainment sectors. It has also co-founded Cloud Angel Fund with China Broadband Capital, Sequoia Capital China, Northern Light Venture Capital and GSR Ventures.

After graduating from Nanjing University in 1995 with a bachelor’s degree in Tourism Management, Wu worked for a number of e-commerce firms. He was vice president at VANCL, senior vice president at JD.com and general consultant at lefeng.com. Wu, an original co-founder, left Luoji Siwei in 2013. He moved on from Luoji Siwei to serve as general consultant at media firm Fleet Entertainment. Wu founded Context Lab, a corporate services platform, in 2015. He is also the author of three popular business insight books.

Wu worked at Alibaba from 2005 to 2014, where he served as general manager of bargain deal site Juhuasuan and founder of Taobao Open Platform. In 2015, he launched online grocery retail platform Shandiangou (also known as 52Shangou) with fellow former Alibaba employee Wang Yongsen. In 2017, Wu left Shandiangou to found Haoyiku.

Former EVP of Tencent and former CEO of Tencent e-commerce, Wu Xiaoguang graduated with a degree in Synoptic Meteorology from Nanjing University in 1996, and joined Tencent in 1999 as its founding team member. In June 2015, Wu resigned as CEO of Tencent e-commerce and remained as its senior management consultant. Wu is now an angel investor and founded Welight VC in 2015.

Founder by Vipshop (a Chinese e-commerce company specializing in online discount sales) founding shareholder Wu Jiang in 2015, Daosheng Capital prioritizes technology startups in its investments.

An insider and serial entrepreneur in the Chinese internet industry for more than a decade, Wu Yongjun graduated from Nanjing University, majoring in Computer Science. He founded/co-founded Hotlong Software, Huiyang Games Studio and 51yangzhao (a taxi service app) from 2000 to 2010. Inspired by Chen Yunjun (co-founder and COO of Keyfare), Wu started developing Keyfare in 2013 and launched it in 2015. He is currently CEO of Keyfare.

Cloud Angel Fund was co-founded by China Broadband Capital, Sequoia China, Northern Light Venture Capital, GSR Ventures and Wu Capital in 2013. It operates as a VC firm and invests mainly in early-stage startups in China.

Indexa Capital is fast becoming Spain’s leading automated investment platform, managing funds worth €92 million in just over two years since its launch.

Wu received his bachelor's in Tourism Management from Nanjing University in 1995. His background is in e-commerce. Wu was one of the original founders of Luoji Siwei, but he left the company in 2013. His current business venture is Context Lab, a corporate services platform. Wu participated in Kuaipeilian's seed funding round.

Founded by Wu Yongming, a co-founder of Alibaba, and Wang Qi in 2015. With nearly RMB 2 billion under management, Vision Plus Capital invests in startups mainly in their Series A and Series B financing rounds.

Wu Shichun (b. 1977) founded Plum Ventures in 2014, an internet-focused angel fund managing three RMB funds. Wu began investing in 2008 after he quit Kuxun, the leading online travel media he founded in 2006. Plum Ventures is listed among the top 10 angel investment firms in China, with each investment of RMB 2 million to 5 million.

Pedro Luis Uriarte Santamarina was the CEO of Spanish multinational bank BBVA from 1994 to 2001. He was also the Regional Minister-Economy & Finance of the first autonomous government of the Basque Country region in Spain. After being one of the creators of the Basque Agency for Innovation, Uriarte became an early investor of Indexa Capital and Bewa7er, both of which are co-founded by Unai Asenjo Barra.

Founder and CEO of Tiger Brokers. Wu Tianhua received his B.S. & M.S in Computer Science from Tsinghua University. Later, he co-founded Youdao, a new online education startup under the Nasdaq-listed NetEase group. By the time he left, Youdao’s user base had grown to the hundreds of millions. Wu had begun to familiarize himself with investing when he was an undergraduate and started to invest in the US stock market around 2010. Investing in the US stock market was very complicated then and in 2014, he decided to build his own service to make investing easier.

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.

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