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Amid the crackdown on China’s tech giants, some investors are sussing out less risky sectors, while heavyweights like BlackRock and Fidelity stay in for the long haul
Unicorns Yuanfudao and Zuoyebang raised more than $6bn combined last year as demand for online learning continues to grow, but some smaller players are running out of cash
The quality of Vietnam’s local talent remains one of its biggest strengths, but foreign investors also need to be patient and be familiar with the local regulatory landscape
Already helping over 1,000 corporates like Alibaba and JD.com manage and lower their carbon emissions, Carbonstop is ready to do more when China’s carbon trading starts next year
Now called Wanwu Xinsheng, the startup recycles over 70,000 used electronic goods in China daily, clocking over RMB 2bn of transactions every month
Known for his conservative investing in China’s often-euphoric tech startup scene, Zhu Xiaohu has caught unicorns like Didi Chuxing while making a profitable exit from Ofo just before it sank
Startups could accept to join Alibaba, Tencent or other tech giants in their ecosystems and scale quickly. Or they could say no and keep their independence. But do they really have a choice?
Alibaba, Tencent, Meituan and other tech giants give roadside vendors digital makeover, so they can compete with fast-food chains like McDonald’s, KFC and Pizza Hut
Startups spotted the opportunity and tech giants too have entered a market seen tripling by 2025. But profitability is still in doubt amid regulatory uncertainty
Unaffected by the coronavirus outbreak, Smile Formula served 2,000 customers within nine months of launch and raised RMB 10m seed funding in April
Crises create opportunities for startups to pivot and innovate, as Covid-19 is showing
Money pours in as China pushes sector to be the next growth engine, and both self-driving startups and their investors are optimistic about their commercialization attempts
The renowned investor is also making big bets on the opportunities that lie head
As Alipay continues to battle WeChat for super-app supremacy, it's created a stronghold in China’s services industry, where 80% of businesses still operate under brick-and-mortar models
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