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Xiaomi is one of the biggest mobile manufacturers in China and also actively invests in emerging startups. It had backed more than 300 companies as of March 2021, totaling RMB 32.3Bn in book value. Through such investments, the company has already built an ecosystem of the internet of things.

Wang Anquan joined the Alibaba Group in 2006. He was the technology director at Ali Financial, director of Taobao Loan Division and assistant to the MD of Ali Financial.In 2013, Wang and a colleague at Ali jointly developed the MVP of Webull to provide market intelligence. He then joined HengFeng Bank in 2014 as the president of the Department of Online Financial Asset Transaction. Wang joined Xiaomi in 2015 as the general manager of Xiaomi Finance. In 2016, he founded Fumi Technology with Webull as its main platform. Xiaomi is one of Fumi's early investors.

Aka “China’s Steve Jobs”, Lei Jun is co-founder, Chairman and CEO of Xiaomi, one of the world’s largest handset makers. The 47-year-old is also an investor with a personal net worth of US$6.8 billion (as of March 2017). He holds an engineering degree from Wuhan University.

Former senior teacher and executive at New Oriental Education & Technology Group Inc., the largest provider of private educational services in China. He singlehandedly founded its office in Changchun. Described by Xiaomi CEO and founder Lei Jun as “a founder without flaws”.

Founded in 1993 by former journalist Hugo Shong (Xiong Xiaoge), a godfather figure in China's VC community, IDG is one of the leading VC firms in China, having invested in some 450 companies (as of end-2015) with over 100 successful exits. Among the biggest names are Tencent, Baidu, Xiaomi, Vancl, Sohu, Ctrip and Qihoo 360.

Founder of DST Global, a late-stage investment firm with US $10 billion under management. Yuri Milner is one of the most influential tech investor in Russia. Under his leadership, DST Global invested in industry leading companies like Facebook, Twitter, Airbnb, Alibaba and Xiaomi. Together with Mark Zuckerberg and Sergey Brin, Yuri Milner founded the Breakthrough Prize to reward top scientists.

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.

MediaTek Inc. is a Taiwanese fabless semiconductor company. Its chips are widely used in smartphones and tablet computers sold by Xiaomi, Huawei, Meizu, Lenovo, etc. MediaTek Inc. was founded in 1997, and its headquarters are in Hsinchu, Taiwan. In 2018, the company announced it would invest mainly in 5G network and AI for the next five years.

Lei is co-founder, chairman and CEO of Xiaomi, one of the world’s largest smartphone companies. Born in December 1969, he holds a degree in Engineering from Wuhan University. With a personal net worth of US$11.2 billion, Lei has invested in 33 companies as a business angel, including Vancl.com, UCWeb, and YY Inc., a live streaming social media platform in China. He has also invested in 270 companies through Shunwei Capital, where he is a founding partner. Lei's investment focuses are e-commerce, mobile internet and social networking.

The late-stage venture capital and growth equity firm founded and led by Russian billionaire Yuri Milner manages about $10bn in assets. Among its well-known investments are Facebook, Twitter, Alibaba, Xiaomi, JD.com, Spotify, Flipkart and AirBnB.DST Global was founded in 2009 as a means for Milner’s Mail.ru to continue investing at scale, by separately managing investment activities from the Mail.ru primary business. In 2012, Milner stepped down from Mail.ru to focus on DST Global, and DST Global eventually became fully independent from Mail.ru.

NGP Capital was founded in 2005 with Nokia and Bell Labs as its limited partners. It has investment teams in Asia (India and China), North America and Europe. It invests mainly in growth-stage companies with typical investments ranging from $8m–$12m.With more than $1.2bn under management, NGP Capital's portfolio includes Xiaomi, Deliveroo and UCweb. As of July 2019, NGP Capital had invested in more than 90 companies, including eight IPOs and 33 M&As. It focuses also on mobility and digital health sectors.

Founded by Xiaomi founder Lei Jun and former GIC executive Koh Tuck Lye (or Xu Dalai), Shunwei Capital invests in early- and growth-stage startups in the internet technology and high-tech sectors. It has about US$750 million in capital under management.

Founded in 2008 and headquartered in Xiamen, Fujian Province, Meitu is a public company traded at HK Stock Exchange.Its products include photo-editing and sharing software Meitu Xiuxiu(MeituPic), short video app Meipai, apps focusing on oversea users AirBrush and BeautyPlus, etc. (https://corp.meitu.com/news/news/110.html) It reported having a MAU of 3320 million adding up all its apps in 2018. (https://wallstreetcn.com/articles/3497467)It used to have a smartphone line but has announced to shut down the line. Meitu let Xiaomi handle its development and sale and it got a commission. 

Goldman Sachs is one of the biggest investment banking and financial services group in the world. The firm went public in 1999 under the ticker NYSE:GS. To date, Goldman Sachs has raised seven funds, their latest in May 2019 for a total of $4.4bn. Based in New York, the private banking group has made 788 investments with 256 exits. Investments include tech unicorns such as Spotify, Square, Zipline, Xiaomi and the Alibaba Group.Its 2019 annual report showed that Goldman Sachs generated over $36.55 bn in net revenues, with 10% ROE and 10.6% ROTE. As of mid-July 2020, the firm has a market capitalization of $74.33 bn. Goldman Sachs has offices in over 30 countries with major operations in four sectors: investment banking, global markets, asset management and consumer & wealth management.

Goat Capital is a venture capital fund was set up by video livestreamer Justin.tv and Twitch co-founder Justin Kan and Robin Chan, also an angel investor and entrepreneur. Chan met Kan while working at Verizon Wireless when Justin.tv was being launched. Both have since become private investors for over 10 years, with early investments including Twitter, Xiaomi, Bird, Uber and Square. Established in September 2020, the fund’s name was inspired by the goat because good startup founders need to be agile and resilient to survive and be successful, according to Kan.Kan was also an early investor of Indonesian payment gateway Xendit before Goat Capital joined Xendit’s $150m Series C round in September 2021. Goat Capital’s portfolio includes corporate credit card startup Kodo, Indian neobank Bueno Finance, carbon capture developers Holy Grail and web development tool Spore. The hybrid incubator and VC fund has already secured $25m and aims to raise a total of $40m to invest in diverse sectors like digital health, e-commerce, robotics, climate change and gaming entertainment. Funding per startup would range from $500,000 to $3m.

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