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A plug&play digital health SaaS that connects remotely to medical devices, patients’ smartphones and sensors, which grew HumanITcare’s client base sixfold during Covid-19.

Digital health startup offering genotyping tests and analysis using AI for personal cardiovascular, pharmaco and wellness (diet and fitness) genetics-based predictions and health guidelines.

China's popular trading platform for branded trainers Poizon is gearing up for an IPO to become a one-stop marketplace for fashionistas.

Google-backed Mobvoi’s TicWatch series became the No. 1 seller in the smartwatch category three months after being launched on Amazon.

By providing shared fitness cabins available 24/7 for as little as RMB 10 an hour, ParkBox allows users to forgo expensive gym memberships.

The first real-time GPS pet tracker without monthly fees or data charges, has stable coverage and rewards its users for keeping their furry companions healthy.

The future of golf: with accurate GPS distances for over 40,000 courses and connecting players across the world, Hole19 lets golfers play with anyone, anywhere.

The Hotbody app helps users to get fit, stay motivated with in-app fitness videos and workout buddies, plus the option to use its offline gyms.

Founded in October 2014 in Hangzhou, Demonow Capital focuses on local early stage internet startups. In order to better serve startups and entrepreneurs, Demonow set up an incubator to provide early stage startups with professional services.

Established in 2011, ShouTaiJinXin Fund is the institutional manager of a private fund under Shoutai Group. Qualified for private securities investment, equity investment and venture capital investment, ShouTaiJinXin Fund invests in the fields of education, automobile, transportation, healthcare, entertainment, corporate services, among others. By the end of 2016, it had managed funds worth RMB 60 billion in total.

XY Capital was co-founded in Hangzhou in April 2018 by former Alibaba CEO Lu Zhaoxi and Tang Yun, a former government official in Hangzhou with a PhD in Computer Science from Tsinghua University. The company set up an RMB investment fund in June 2018 and invests mainly in early-stage tech startups. 

Toro Ventures is a VC fund based in Monterrey, Mexico, with offices in San Francisco. Led by entrepreneurs Elsa Treviño and Tuto Assad, the fund helps tech startups raise seed capital as well as build a network of family offices and business angels interested in investment opportunities in the Latin American tech ecosystem.Toro Ventures also supports big companies looking to innovate by connecting them with startups from relevant industry verticals. In December 2018, it made its biggest investment to date: €2 million in Spain's BEWE. Established in December 2016, the company has invested in nine startups, to date. 

Formerly known as hoopCHINA.com, Hupu is a sports news portal founded by Yang Bing and Cheng Hang at the end of 2003. Its business has expanded to include social networking, e-commerce and sports marketing. In June 2019, Hupu raised RMB1.26 billion in its pre-IPO funding round from ByteDance, TikTok's parent company. Hupu has incubated e-marketplace for trending sports gears Shihuo and sneakers resale platform Poizon. The latter became an independent business as a spin-off from Hupu in 2018. Poizon became a unicorn when its valuation exceeded US$1 billion in April 2019 due to a Series A funding round led by DST Global. 

Serena Ventures is a venture capital investment firm founded by professional tennis player and businesswoman Serena Williams. The company focuses on early-stage companies founded by young, diverse teams. Since it was founded in 2014, it has invested in more than 30 companies with a cumulative market cap of $12b. Coffee brand Kopi Kenangan is its first investment in the Indonesian market. Serena Ventures has invested in notable companies like plant-based meat maker Impossible Foods, cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase, as well as Serena Williams’ own fashion label, S by Serena.

Founded in 2015 in Guatemala City, the Invariantes Fund invests in technology startups based in the US and Latin America, across different market segments. It is the only VC based in Guatamala, and bills itself as the country’s first early-stage VC firm. As of June 2021, its portfolio includes 24 startups. Invariantes’ most recent investments include participation in the $21m Series A round of US edtech player Reforge, as well in the $130m Series B round of US-based Axiom Space, which is building the first international commercial space station. Both investments were in February 2021.

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