The GTJA Investment Group has led a RMB300 million (US$45 million) series B round in Akeso Biopharma, a Chinese innovative biotechnology company.
Chinese bike rental company Youon Bike, backed by Ant Financial and Shenzhen Capital Group, has completed an initial public offering on the Shanghai Stock Exchange, raising RMB581 million (US$87 million). It is the first stock market listing by any of the dozens of bike sharing companies in China.
IDG Capital has led a RMB330 million (US$53 million) series B round in Epet.com, a Chongqing city-based high-end pet products e-commerce platform.
Jiangsu province-based bike sharing company Youon Bike is making another try for an initial public offering on the Shanghai Stock Exchange, seeking to raise RMB598 million (US$86 million) by issuing 24 million shares. An earlier application was rejected in 2015. Founded in 2010, Youon Bike received an undisclosed amount of money from Ant Financial, the financial services affiliate of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., and IDG Capital. However, Youon plans to end the funding, according to its IPO prospectus. The company …
Evolution Media China, an investment firm founded by U.S.-based Evolution Media Partners, and Chinese investment firm Shenzhen Capital Group Co., Ltd. have led a RMB200 million (US$29 million) series B round in a Shenzhen-based Makeblock, an educational programmable electronic robot kit building start-up.
Ant Financial, the financial services affiliate of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., has teamed up with Chinese venture firm IDG Capital and Shenzhen Capital Group Co., Ltd to invest in a series A financing round in Youon Bike, a Jiangsu province-based bike sharing company, according to Chinese media reports. No financial details were disclosed. Founded in 2010, Youno claims that it has deployed over 800,000 bikes in 210 cities in China and has over 16 million users. The company has partnered …
Shenzhen Capital Group Co., Ltd. has teamed up with the Suzhou government and other entities to launch a big data-focused government guidance fund with a total fundraising target of RMB5 billion (US$732 million).
Chinese RMB fund Huaxin Century Investment Group has led a RMB300 million (US$43 million) series C round in Frontier Biotechnologies Inc., a drug development bio-pharmaceutical company based in Nanjing. China.
Shanghai-based food delivery app Yes, I Deliver has received RMB80 million (US$13 million) series A funding led by Xiaomi Inc., Shenzhen Capital Group Co., Ltd. (SCGC) and Hu Zeming, founder of Chinese mobile Internet firm 91.com, according to Chinese media reports. Founded in December 2013, Yes, I Deliver received undisclosed angel investment in March this year.
Chinese search engine Baidu has invested in DigiOne, a Shenzhen-based mobile phone firm, according to a company announcement.