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Saturday, September 30, 2017

Shenzhen Guide

excellent guide to shenzhen:
highlights of the key zones in Shenzhen: • Qianhai: A Hong Kong-Shenzhen service center, focusing on high tech, education, art and logistics services. • Futian: A political, financial and trading center. • Luohu: A financial and trading services center. • Longgang and Pingshan: A modern heavy industrial base. • Longhua: A transportation and logistics hub. • Guangming: A local high-tech and eco-agricultural base. • Aerotropolis: An international logistics and supply-chain base. • Yantian: A leisure tourism and logistics hub

Shenzhen Capital Group is one the most famous investment groups in the city, having made it to the top of the list since 1999. Shenzhen Capital Group managed around ¥208 billion as at the end of March 2017. Its internal rate of return (IRR), which is ranked number one in China, is over 40%, with more than 730 invested projects. One of the biggest returns in terms of absolute value is coming from its investment in Shenzhen MTC, which is now valued at over ¥14 billion. By selling its shares of Shenzhen MTC on the public market, Shenzhen Capital Group received over ¥1 billion in return. China Internet giants Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent have launched their respective funds in recent years: • Baidu Ventures aims to support cutting-edge technology, including AI and virtual reality/augmented reality (VR/AR). The fund size is around $200 million. It oversees projects in both the US and China. • Baidu Capital focuses on later-stage venture investment. The fund size is around ¥20 billion. It oversees projects in both the US and China. • Alibaba Entrepreneurs Fund aims to support young entrepreneurs. The fund size is around $130 million. It oversees projects in Hong Kong and Taiwan. • Tencent Industry Win-Win Fund focuses on different stages of venture investment, including seed, early-stage and later-stage venture investments. The fund size is ¥5 billion. It oversees projects mainly in China. These funds from Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent are founded to serve the strategic development of different enterprises―for example, Baidu on AIrelated tech, and Tencent on media and social network projects. Yet, they provide an alternative exit opportunity for startups and VCs, which is positive for the entire startup ecosystem. According to a report from Reuters in February 2017, China’s securities regulator is considering deregulating the initial public offerings (IPO) of technology companies, allowing them to jump the queue for the longwaiting line of IPO applicants. This move, in our view, is a positive sign for VC funding, as it could shorten the time to exit. Given the current investment activity in the ecosystem, we believe there is enough venture capital to support startups in Shenzhen.

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