Zhang Yiming

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Zhang Zetian is the wife of JD.com founder and CEO Richard Liu (Liu Qiangdong).

Born in Shanghai in 1973, Zhang and his parents immigrated to the US in 1987. He received his bachelor’s in Neurobiology from the University of California, San Francisco in 1995 and his master’s in Biotechnology and Business from Northwestern University in 1999. Zhang worked at Salomon Smith Barney and ABN AMRO Capital from 1999–2001. He then served as managing director and head of China operations at venture capital firm WI Harper Group from 2002–2008. Zhang has since served as founding managing partner at Matrix Partners China.

After earning his MBA at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Zhang worked as an advisor at American Management Systems, an IT consulting firm based in the US. In 2003, he founded Dianping.com, one of China’s biggest online lifestyle services providers, and served as CEO and chairman until 2015. After Dianping.com merged with group-buying giant Meituan in 2015, Zhang became chairman of Meituan-Dianping.

Co-founder of Nongfenqi. Zhang received his master’s degree in Electronic and Information Engineering from the Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology. Zhang met Zhou Jian when they both worked at Oufei, and the two collaborated to start Zhou’s computer game company. Zhang himself has invested tens of millions of RMB in Nongfenqi.

Serial entrepreneur Zhang Yiyun is a graduate of South China Institute of Software Engineering, Guangzhou University. Zhang started his first business at aged 13, and made his first million in senior high with an online hacker training platform (100,000 paying members). Koudai Jianzhi is his 5th business venture.

Zhang Wei is a serial entrepreneur with a background in the tourism industry.

Zhang Haoqian completed a doctorate degree in systems and synthetic biology at Peking University in 2016. He has published more than 20 papers in international academic journals. In 2019, he was honored as one of China's 100 Most Creative People in Business. He is also a member of the Synthetic Biology Committee under China Society of Biotechnology.Peking University has participated in the International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) competitions, with Zhang as a team member or leader between 2008 and 2010. The team has won gold medals twice at the iGEM competitions supported by MIT. He was also coaching the university’s iGEM team from 2011 until 2017. Zhang also founded the committee of China iGEMer Community.In 2010, Zhang met fellow iGEMer and Bluepha co-founder Li Teng at the iGEM giant jamboree event. They co-founded SynBio startup Bluepha in 2016, a spin-off from Tsinghua University.

Zhang Yongqi was the first in China to sell books and training programs for IELTS (International English Language Testing System), the world’s most popular English language test. He went on to set up Global Education & Technology Group, which ran 450 IELTS centers in 60 cities and listed on Nasdaq. Zhang sold the company in 2011 to the Pearson Group for US$294 million. The former Honeywell agent is now highly influential in education and training. He is a member of the Beijing Democratic League.

Former SAP director at IBM, specializing in ERP systems (logistics and cost management), Zhang Ying holds an MBA, focusing on supply chain management, from Texas A&M University.

A former senior executive of eFuture, Zhang Sen specializes in marketing and customer management. He was also once employed at home furnishing & DIY stores Orient Home and B&Q.

Aimed at users in smaller Chinese cities, this startup relieves parental concerns about child safety in kindergarten and helps classrooms go digital.

A graduate of the School of Archaeology and Museology, Peking University, Zhang Siding is a cycling and outdoor sports enthusiast. He used to hike across Kubuqi Desert, Chola Mountains and Annapurna Circuit.

Founded by Zhang Yiming in 2012, ByteDance is currently the world’s most valuable startup, worth over $100bn by May 2020. It owns quite a number of popular apps including the news aggregator Jinri Toutiao and short video platforms such as Douyin and its overseas version TikTok.ByteDance is also an active investor in China’s startup ecosystem. With a focus on education and gaming, it also invests in sectors of media, enterprise tech, education, gaming, finance, real estate, artificial intelligence and hardware. As of mid-2020, it had invested in 89 companies.

Shanghai Jiao Tong University graduate who later attended China Europe International Business School, Zhang Yakun has more than 10 years of experience in the auto aftermarket, including in management positions at Michelin and Goodyear.

The person who introduced the concept of “maker” to China – even coining its Chinese translation (“chuangke”), which has since taken root in the Chinese language. Today, Zhang Hao (b. 1987) is founder and CTO of logistics robotics startup Dorabot.After studying robotics at the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, he joined leading MOOC platform Guokr as a Science and Technology editor. He then became Puzzlebox’s chief hardware architect in San Francisco, later overseeing the manufacturing of Puzzlebox Orbit in Shenzhen. In 2014, he started Dorabot. Zhang was featured in Forbes China’s 30 Under 30 in 2017.

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