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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

technology's most interesting square mile

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During Jinping's first 5 years of rejuvenating china, the country's ECOtech systems and Industrial Revolution 4 Techhubs have chnaged totally - no more cash and credit cards, mobile money and credit ratnings that value small tech start ups designed to end poverty as well as mapping ecosystems of startups and platform economies

For those who enjoy walking around a square mile of the future of industrial revokution 4 try

Zhongguancun - Wikipedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zhongguancun

Zhongguancun or Zhong Guan Cun, is a technology hub in Haidian District, Beijing, China. It is geographically situated in the northwestern part of Beijing city, ...

note this is bordered by 2 superp universities - tsinghua and peking
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the region hosts private clubs - eg CEN
and public spaces eg
Centrin Data Systems - smartest outsourcing projects
Xiaomi wearable mobiles?
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Leading technology company Xiaomi, valued at $46 billion, is Zhongguancun's richest startup, followed by Didi, China's largest ride-hailing app, valued at $33.8 billion. Group purchase app Meituan-Dianping, valued at $18 billion, came in third.
Technologically innovative companies dominate the list, involved in areas such as e-commerce, internet finance, culture, entertainment, and transportation.
The 32 new names on the list, such as SenseTime, Unisound and Megvii, are engaged in artificial intelligence, big data, cloud services and internet security.

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China now has 131 unicorn companies – startups valued at over $1 billion (6.87 billion yuan), according to a list released by the Great Wall Enterprise Institute at Beijing International Convention Center on March 1.
The unicorn companies have all started up by public or private market investors since 2006, growing in number by 61 from 2015 and carrying an aggregate value of $487.6 billion.
There are seven super-unicorns worth more than $10 billion each that are included on the list. They are Alibaba's financial arm Ant Financial (worth $75 billion); Smartphone maker Xiaomi ($46 billion); Alibaba's cloud-computing arm Aliyun ($39 billion); ride-hailing app Didi ($33.8 billion); peer-to-peer lender and broker Lufax ($18.5 billion); group purchase app Meituan-Dianping ($18 billion); and drone manufacturer DJI ($10 billion).
These companies have seen dramatic growth, with more than one third of them formed after 2014 and undergoing vigorous initial development.
Most unicorn companies operate in e-commerce, internet finance, intelligent hardware and transportation, with the newest ones specializing in big data, artificial intelligence, cloud computing and new media.
The companies come from 16 cities across China. Beijing ranked first with the most at 65, followed by Shanghai with 26, Hangzhou with 12 and Shenzhen with 12.
Unicorn list released in Beijing
Zhang Zhihong, director of the Torch High Technology Industry Development Center of Ministry of Science and Technology, summarizes the achievements of unicorn companies at Beijing International Convention Center on March 1. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]
sample of china unicorns according to wired

1. Vipkid

Based in Beijing, Vipkid provides one-on-one video teaching sessions for Chinese children between the ages of five and 12, with teachers based in North America. Vipkid has attracted investment from eight venture capitalists, six based in China and two in Los Angeles. The company was valued at $1.5bn on August 23.

2. Cambricon

Cambricon is developing a brain-inspired processor chip that simulates human nerve cells and synapses to conduct deep learning. The Beijing-based startup was valued at $1bn on August 18. It's six investors include Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Entrepreneurs Fund.

3. e-shang Redwood

e-Shang Redwood Group is a merger between e-Shang Cayman and the Redwood Group Asia. The Shanghai-based real estate startup was valued at $2.8bn on July 26. Its ten investors include China Minsheng Banking Corp, Huarong Rongde and Shanghai Pudong Development Bank. The group was founded in 2011 by Warburg Pincus, an American private equity firm.

4. Sense Time

This AI startup provides text, vehicle and face recognition to mobile internet companies, financial services and security companies. Based in Beijing and founded in 2015, it joined the unicorn club on the July 11 and is currently valued at $1.47bn. It has 19 investors, all based in China and Hong Kong. They include, Star VC, IDG Capital and Infore Capital.

5. Zhaogang

Shanghai-based Zhaogang is an e-commerce startup focussed on steel trading. Founded by Dong Wang in 2012, it was valued at $1bn on the June 29, 2017. Investors include K2 Ventures, Matrix Partners China and IDG Capital.

6. Mobike

This Shanghai-based startup's mobile app lets users rent bikes for their commute. It has 16 investors, with a mix of funding from China, Germany and the United States. It was founded in 2015 by Hu Weiwei and was valued at $3bn on June 16, 2017.

7. DT Dream

DT Dream is an internet services startup specialising in cloud computing and big data analysis. Based in Hangzhou and founded in 2015 it was valued at $1bn on June 8, 2017. Investors include Alibaba Group, China Everbright Investment Management and Yinxinggu Capital.

8. Yuanfudao

Run by Fenbi Technology and formerly known as Yuantiku, this ed-tech startup provides students in China with exams via smartphones and tablets. Founded in 2012 by Yong Li, investors include New York-based Warburg Pincus. It was valued at $1bn on May 31.

9. Tuandaiwang

Fintech startup Tuandaiwang operates P2P lending site Tuandai.com. It was valued at $1.4bn on May 30. Investors include Beihai Hongtai Investment, China Minsheng Investment and Yisheng Innovation.

10. Netease Cloud music

Founded by William Lei Ding in 2013, Beijing-based music streaming startup is now valued at $1.16bn. Its main investors are China International Capital Corporation, Hunan TV & Broadcast Intermediary and Shanghai Media Group

11. Bytedance

Also known as Headlines Today or Toutiao, this is a news reading app that analyzes data from users' social networking accounts and individual reading habits to provide customised information. Based in Beijing and founded in 2012, it is now valued at $11bn. It has five China-based investors including Sequoia Capital China, SIG Asia Investments, Sina Weibo and one Russian angel investor, Yuri Milner.

12. NIO

Formerly known as NextEV, this auto-tech startup manufacturers smart, electronic, and autonomous vehicles. It's based in Beijing and was founded by William Li in 2014. It's now valued at $2.89bn. It has 24 investors, mainly Chinese.

13. Ofo

Ofo is a Beijing-based on-demand bike sharing startup. Users scan a code from their smartphones to unlock parked bikes, enter their destination and pay via the Ofo app. Founded by Dai Wei in 2014, it was valued at $1bn in March 2017. It has 18 investors, including Chinese giants Alibaba Group and Didi Chuxing.

14. UR Work

This real estate startup rents shared office spaces to small businesses and entrepreneurs. Based in Beijing and founded by Mao Daqing in 2015 by, it was valued at $1.3bn this January. It has 18 Chinese-based investors, including Ant Financial Services Group, Dahong Group and Sequoia Capital China.

15. Zhihu

Zhihu is an internet search engine that uses a voting system to find the best answers. Founded in 2012 by Lǐ Shēnshēn, Huáng Jìxīn, Zhōu Yuán and Li Shenshen, it has six Chinese investors including Tencent Holdings, Sinovation Ventures and Qiming Venture Partners. It was valued at $1bn on January 12, 2017.



weforum discusses decacorns
This years rankings' top ten spots are dominated by eight decacorns, a term used for private venture-funded companies worth over US$10 billion, including Alibaba's Ant Financial, smartphone maker Xiaomi Inc., ride sharing firm Didi Chuxing, Internet finance firm Lufax, peer review and group buying platform Meituan-Dianping, news app Toutiao, drone-maker DJI and Tencent Music.



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