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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.

Users of Dr. White can accurately self-diagnose common diseases and get suggestions for treatment from an intelligent assistant.

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.

Before founding Thousands of Farmers in 2020, Chen worked at an agritech company developing apps and mini programs for management and marketing.

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.

Inspired by community-supported agriculture (CSA), Thousands of Farmers provides an e-commerce platform enabling consumers to subscribe to farm harvests in advance and share their profits. 

Five-month-old startup Xiangwushuo, a second-hand goods trading platform on WeChat, is already valued at US$250 million.

China’s largest on-demand home services platform which has trained 1m service providers in the past three years, providing over $3bn worth of job opportunities.

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.

Entrepreneur First is a global entrepreneur incubator program and early-startup investor. The incubator is an intensive six-month program for founders and aspiring entrepreneurs to help them develop ideas that can go into building their own companies. The program is held in six cities around the world: Bangalore; Berlin, London, Paris, Singapore and Toronto (Canada).Participants do not need to have a startup or a specific business idea to participate, and those who have established their own companies can seek partners or co-founders at the program. Roughly 40-50% of the cohort reach the “Launch” phase, where the participants have established their own companies and received investments from Entrepreneur First and potentially other VCs. Entrepreneur First can invest in a startup built by program participants in exchange for 10% equity. The exact amount invested varies: £80,000 for the European programs; S$75,000 for the Singapore and Bangalore programs; and C$100,000 for the Canada program.

Self-tagged as a “designtrepreneur”, for whom “Everything is temporary” (says his social media bio) and Leonard Cohen fan, Alex Zhu is the co-founder and Co-CEO of After graduating from Zhejiang University with a degree in Civil Engineering, Zhu started his career as a product designer for chinapages. Subsequently, he worked for eBao as a director of product management, Microsoft as Principal Creative Director and SAP, as User Experience Architect. His debut in entrepreneurship was Cicada Education, a P2P education platform for creating and sharing mini-video courses, before finding success with

Pablo Marfil Serrano graduated in industrial design engineering and product development at Nebrija University in Madrid in 2014. He has worked in industrial design, product development and branding for Madrid-based companies, including AECOM and Steelcase.In 2010, he became a member of the competitive Mini racing team Nebrija Motorsport. In 2012, Marfil founded his own agency Marfil Design & Consulting. He also co-founded Scoobic Urban Mobility in 2015 and became the Spanish mobility startup's CTO and business development manager. He is also a founding member and partner of Passion Motorbike Factory.

Founded in 2015 by Beijing News, Beijing Culture Investment Development Group, among other funds, the Born For Maker program was renamed Shanshui Investment in April 2018 by Chairman of the Board Dai Zigeng, former publisher of Beijing News and CEO of Beijing Culture Investment Development Group. Wang Yuechun, former editor-in-chief of Beijing News, was named founder of Shanshui Investment. Born For Maker, an incubator program, holds an annual startup competition. In 2016, the program set up an investment fund.

Based in Singapore, Antler is a venture capital firm that runs a global five-month venture building program. Aside from funding and company building, Antler matches founders and the talent they need prior to the start of the program. Antler's programs are run in Singapore, Stockholm, Sydney, Amsterdam and London. Antler was founded by former managing director of Zalora, Magnus Grimeland.

AngelPad is a New York and San Francisco-based accelerator program for seed-stage companies. Established in 2010, AngelPad has been ranked by MIT and others as the number one acceleration program in the US. It has invested in more than 150 companies, with recent investments in HypeLabs from Portugal and the US$4.5m seed round of local autonomous logistics vehicle maker Gatik.

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