By Sheila Yu
New fundings in China on May 18, 2017
Qianqiusui (千秋岁), a 7-year-old, Beijing-based cultural and entertainment content producer, has raised roughly RMB 100 million in Series A funding led by Hony Capital (弘毅投资).
Catjc (竞彩猫), a 2-year-old, Beijing-based sport lottery and paid news app, has raised RMB 50 million in Series B funding led by Mango Cultural Creativity Investment Fund (芒果文创基金), with participation from TouTou Shidao New Media Fund (头头是道基金) and Shanghai Huawei Investment Fund (上海骅伟基金).
Ywart (艺网), a 1.5-year-old, Beijing-based e-commerce site for the sale of original artwork, has raised tens of millions of RMB in Series Pre-A funding backed by undisclosed investors.
0glass, a 1.5-year-old, Shenzhen-based industrial-level AR smart glasses developer, has raised tens of millions of RMB in Series A funding led by Mingzhao Capital (明照资本), with participation from Mingdao Capital (铭道资本) and Hejun Capital (和君资本).
Fintechzh (纵横商户钱包), a 4-month-old, Hangzhou-based credit data platform targeting micro and small merchants, has raised tens of millions of RMB in an angel round led by Yefeng Group (野风集团), with participation from Tisiwi (天使湾), Warp Speed Capital (曲速资本) and Huabai Finance (华柏资产).
New fundings in China on May 19, 2017
Taoshihui (淘实惠), a 4-year-old, Shenzhen-based rural e-commerce platform, has raised roughly RMB 100 million in Series A+ funding from investors including Qianhai Yongxuan (前海永宣), Dzhou Investment (大周投资), Ameba Capital (阿米巴资本) and Guohai Innovative CCI Capital (国海创新资本).
China Financial Herald (陆家嘴), 3.5-year-old, Shanghai-based financial media, has raised eight-digit RMB in Series Pre-A funding led by Small Village Capital (小村资本).
Kuangji (哐叽), a 1.5-year-old, Beijing-based mobile phone home maintenance startup, has raised roughly RMB 10 million in Series Pre-A funding backed by JadeValue and Aihuishou (爱回收).
Haike (嗨课), a 2-year-old, Suzhou-based startup engaged in teaching venue renting and operation of the mobile terminal-based course sales management system, has raised RMB 15 million in Series Pre-A funding led by K2VC (险峰长青), with participation from Zhiping Capital (治平资本).
Lucky King (运璟网络), a 2-year-old, Xi’an-based mobile software developer, has raised RMB 30 million in Series A funding backed by Wolf Game (江苏紫狼).
Source:: China Funding Daily, May 18th, and 19th: Entertainment content producer, rural e-commerce and sport lottery app