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Established in 2012, Cyzone Angel Fund is an angel venture investment fund subsidiary of Cyzone, which runs the Chuangyebang magazine. They focus on early stage investment in internet, mobile internet, digital media, hardware and life style sectors.

A government-backed firm, Portugal Ventures is the country's most active VC. It invests exclusively in Portugal-based or initiated startups. There are currently over 100 companies in its portfolio, predominantly from the engineering, tourism, manufacturing and life sciences sectors. Established in 2012, Portugal Ventures focuses on MVP-ready projects and invests from €300,000 to €1.5m in the projects it selects for funding. The firm has managed eight exits to date. It most recently invested in the €1m seed round of conversational games developer Doppio Games and in the €2m seed round of remote access security company Fyde.

Established in 2006, European private equity firm Vitruvian Partners focuses on asset-light companies in its targeted sectors. The firm has a successful track record with more than 85 transactions completed. Vitruvian Partners invests £25 million to over £150 million in companies typically valued at £50 million to over £500 million.

A famous angel investor in the healthcare sector, Shao Hui founded Youxiang, the first cross-border medical tourism player in China in 2006, targeting the Chinese upper class.  In 2001, he participated in the venture-stage funding of Beijing Nanshan Ski Village, now the most popular ski village in China.

Founded in 2014, Stellar Kapital is a VC and investment firm that seeks to empower new entrepreneurs and launch new tech events including a cultural and music Stellar Fest in 2018.  Its first fund of US$10 million was mainly invested in real-sector companies. Armed with a second investment fund of US$25 million, Stellar Kapital is looking to invest in startups with funding ranging from US$200,000 to US$1 million. The VC also invests directly in offline companies like co-working business Freeware Spaces, Stellar Parking and Divestekno, an oil and gas company.

Vynn Capital LP was founded in early 2018 by former Gobi Partners vice president Victor Chua and Darren Chua from Singapore. Victor joined Gobi in 2015 and was on Forbes’ 30 under 30 Asia list 2017: Finance and Venture Capital.The Malaysian VC, with plans to raise a maiden fund of US$40 million, will focus on financing collaborations among large corporates, SMEs and innovative startups in the ASEAN region including Myanmar. It will invest in 15 to 30 companies. with seed funds ranging from US$300,000 to US$500,000 and Series A of US$1 million.

Founded in 1999, Ctrip is China’s leading OTA platform providing accommodation reservation, transportation ticketing, packaged tours, corporate travel management and other destination services. It has over 250 million registered users and is now one of the world’s top three OTA companies by market value.

Founded in 2005, Nasdaq-listed HomeAway is one of the world’s leading online platforms for vacation room booking in 190 countries.

Founded in 2015, Zuoyu Capital is a research investment firm focused on the travel & tourism and consumer services sectors. It manages an angel fund of RMB 100 million.

Founded in 2009, Whales Capital is a venture capital firm under Dazheng Group, one of China’s leading coffee making equipment supplier. Right now, Whales Capital manages three funds, including a cultural industries fund that it co-founded with Ximalaya.

Bonsai VC invests in Spanish startups with global ambitions and mobile-focused business models. The founders and managers, including Javier Cebrián Monereo, Javier Cebrián Sagarriga, Luis González Buendía and Rafael Gutierrez de Calderón; own approximately 60% of the VC share capital.

Established in July 2009, GP Capital was co-funded by Shanghai International Group, Jiangsu Shagang Group, Huatai Securities and Hengdian Group. It specializes in establishing and managing industrial investment funds and private equity funds. GP Capital manages the RMB 20 billion Shanghai Financial Development Investment Fund. The Fund was sponsored by the Shanghai Municipal People’s Government with approval from the State Council and National Development and Reform Commission. Half of GP Capital's investment has gone to financial firms. It also invests in sectors such as consumer products, healthcare, new energy, culture, etc.

Plug and Play, the world’s largest startup accelerator, is a seed and early-stage investment firm. Based in Silicon Valley, Plug and Play invests in more than 160 of the 5,000 startups it reviews every year and runs industry-specific accelerator programs to help the startups it funds grow faster.

Founded in 1996, Index Ventures is a venture capital firm based in London, Jersey, Geneva and San Francisco. It has 35,000 employees worldwide working to manage a portfolio of 160 companies across 24 countries.

Wholly owned by the Singapore-based real estate group CapitaLand, The Ascott is the world’s leading international serviced residence owner-operator, present in more than 25 countries. Ascott China is also one of the leading players in China’s apartment service and management industry, with 17,000+ units in 27 cities.

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