Tencent has made six major moves within the medical field this year, investing in several medical device enterprises.
In last week’s VC news, online medical platform Dingdang Health raises $220 million to expand its O2O strategy, lidar-maker Hesai closes a considerable Series D followed by a hefty Series C round raised by autonomous driving chip-maker Horizon robotics, while Tencent invests in a German online brokerage.
Chinese medical data company LinkDoc Technology filed paperwork on Monday to list shares in the US, as China’s digital healthcare industry continues to grow in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Chinese online medical insurance startup Waterdrop Inc. on April 17 formally submitted a prospectus to the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), in preparation for an initial public offering (IPO) at the New York Stock Exchange under the label of "WDH".
Chinese e-commerce retailer JD.com, Inc. is planning to spin off and list its health unit on the Hong Kong stock exchange, the New York-listed company said Monday.
JD Health, the healthcare branch of Chinese e-commerce and supply chain giant JD.com Tuesday announced the launch of its online health care service “Family Doctor” based on “internet+healthcare” model.
TikTok-owner Bytedance on May 15 fully acquired online medical encyclopedia and healthcare service platform Baike Mingyi.
Xiaohongshu's possible Series E, US-based food delivery company seeing a surge in contactless takeaway orders, a Chinese ed-tech startup providing online research counseling, a medical diagnostic company and a major local hotel chain.
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